Daily News: April 18, 2019

JPMorgan Appoints Piepszak CFO; Lake Named CEO/Consumer Lending


Jennifer Piepszak has been named CFO of JPMorgan Chase, succeeding Marianne Lake, who will become chief executive officer of Consumer Lending.

“Jennifer Piepszak is an enormously talented executive who has greatly strengthened the world-class Card Services business we have today,” said Jamie Dimon, CEO of the firm. “Even more importantly, she is a first-class leader and partner who has excelled over the past 25 years in increasingly critical business and finance roles across our Corporate and Investment Bank and Consumer & Community Banking businesses.”

“Marianne Lake has served with distinction as our firm’s CFO and as a deeply knowledgeable and trusted partner to me and my colleagues,” Dimon said. “We are fortunate to have such an extraordinary executive taking the helm of our Consumer Lending businesses, a part of the firm she knows extremely well having acted as CFO of Consumer & Community Banking from 2009-2012.”

As head of the Office of the CFO, Piepszak will report to Jamie Dimon and be responsible for a number of areas, including Finance & Business Management, the Chief Investment Office, and the Chief Administrative Office. Prior to heading Card Services, Piepszak served as CEO of the firm’s Business Banking unit, and prior to that she held a variety of other senior roles, including CFO of Mortgage Banking and Controller of Mortgage Banking and Retail Financial Services. She joined JPMorgan Chase in 1994 and held a variety of roles in the Corporate & Investment Bank as well.

As head of Consumer Lending, Lake will be responsible for leading Card Services, Home Lending and Auto Finance, reporting to Co-President Gordon Smith and continuing as a member of the company’s Operating Committee. Prior to becoming CFO of the firm, Lake was CFO of Consumer & Community Banking. She served as the Investment bank’s Global Controller from 2007 to 2009 and held a number of roles in the Consumer Bank and Investment Bank in New York and London since joining the firm in 1999. Lake started her career as a chartered accountant at PricewaterhouseCoopers in its London and Sydney offices.