Don Maloney is a Senior Executive with over 28 years of Retail, Middle Market and Business Banking experience at JPMorgan Chase & Co. Responsibilities have included Strategy, Hiring, Execution and Implementation of key initiatives with a focus on customer-facing resources.Chase is one of the largest U.S. providers of banking, lending, treasury, wealth management and investment services. Chase serves 50 million customers, including consumers, small businesses, mid-size companies, corporations, financial institutions, nonprofits and governments. Within Business Banking, 5000 employees provide solutions to 2.2 Billion small business customers from start ups through $20MM in annual sales.As Senior Vice President of Business Banking, Don leads the Northeast Region with over 550 employees who provide deposit, credit and cash management services to small business owners across NewYork, New Jersey and Connecticut.Prior to this role, Don was Senior Vice President and Head of the National New Build Team. He was responsible for Bank�s National New Branch Strategy which included In-Store, In-Line and free standing branches throughout the Bank�s National footprint. Prior to this role, Don was Vice President of Small Business Sales & Services. He was responsible for the development and executive of a comprehensive sales strategy that supported several hundred Business Bankers in the field.Don has been with JPMorgan Chase since 1984. Early his career he developed extensive experience in dealing with privately held companies with revenue between $3-50MM. He spent over 12 years in the Bank�s Middle Market Banking Group. Various roles included Relationship Manager, Team Leader and a Sales Support Role. He�s continued to draw upon this experience to build high performance, customer-focused teams.Don attended St. John University for both his undergraduate and graduate studies, matriculating with a Master of Business Administration in Finance and a BS in Management.He lives in New Jersey with his wife and their children.
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