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Matt Kane is the Head of Strategy for Consumer & Community Banking (CCB). He is responsible for developing an integrated strategy for Chase to address the financial services needs of U.S. consumers and small businesses, including banking, investments, credit card, mortgage, auto and small business lending. He reports to Jennifer Piepszak, Co-CEO of Consumer & Community Banking, and is a member of the CCB Leadership Team. He is based in New York.
Matt has more than 20 years of experience in Wholesale Payments, Card Services, Credit, Operations, Risk and Marketing. Prior to his current role, Matt led Merchant Services, the firm’s global payment acceptance and merchant acquiring business, Commercial Card, and billing and pricing across Wholesale Payments. He led a global team and managed a portfolio of more than $1.5 trillion in transactions annually.
Previously he served as Managing Director of Corporate Development, responsible for bringing all issuing and acquiring assets in Card Services and Merchant Services together to deliver even greater value to consumer, small business and enterprise clients.
Earlier in his career Matt was Chief Risk Officer for Chase’s Card, Merchant Services and Auto Finance businesses, managing end-to-end risk management, including lending policy, regulatory compliance, and operational risk oversight. Prior to this role, he was the General Manager of the Chase Freedom credit card, responsible for all aspects of marketing, product development, and customer experience. Matt also served as the Head of Acquisitions Marketing for Chase Card Services, where he was responsible for organic growth across all credit card products.
Matt holds a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and a master's degree in Applied Mechanics from the University of Virginia.
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