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Andrew Kresse

CEO, Business Banking


Andrew Kresse is the CEO of Business Banking, a business within Chase Consumer & Community Banking (CCB). He reports to Gordon Smith, CEO of CCB.

Kresse has a customer-centric mindset, bringing more than 15 years of experience leading client-facing teams, and formally as a client. His experience spans across the firm within CCB, Commercial Banking and J.P. Morgan’s Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB). Most recently, Kresse was Head of North American Corporate Derivative Marketing and Cross Asset Structuring in CIB. He managed a team responsible for commodity, equity, foreign exchange and interest rate transactions for corporate clients. He was responsible for bespoke transactions for corporate clients across fixed income and equity products. Previously, he had roles running North American Structured Credit Sales and North American Structured Solutions.

In 2007, Kresse joined JPMorgan Chase following a career at other banks. He has broad experience across investment banking, sales and marketing. He began his career in 1995 at Chemical Bank, which eventually became part of JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Kresse serves on the Board of Trustees of Canisius High School in his hometown of Buffalo, N.Y., and is active in the community with the King Urban Life Center, Nativity Miguel Middle School and the Darwin D. Martin House. He and his wife Jaimie, and their son live in Manhattan.

Kresse earned his Bachelor of Arts in Government from Georgetown University, where he is now the firm’s executive sponsor.

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