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CRO, Consumer & Community Banking
Mark Brucker is the Chief Risk Officer for Consumer & Community Banking (CCB) at JPMorgan Chase. He serves as he Firmwide Risk Executive for Quantitative Risk Appetite and Risk Identification, and is a member of the Firmwide Risk Committee, Risk Operating Committee and CCB Leadership Team. In the role of CRO he serves as the lead on consumer risk issues with internal and external constituencies, including our regulators.
Mark has over 30 years of risk and operations experience across multiple consumer and business products, most recently as the Chief Risk Officer for Card Services.
Before joining Chase, Mark served in various consumer lending credit, operational and risk roles at Bank of America. He held leadership positions in the small business, credit card, auto and mortgage businesses.
Mark is a member of Trinity Health’s Mid-Atlantic board and the Chair of St. Francis Hospital’s Community Board in Wilmington, Delaware. Mark, his wife and three children live in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Wake Forest University.
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