Ms. Hricik succeeds Douglas Williams, who recently retired from Chase after bringing Chase Treasury Solutions to new levels of growth in 1998. Ms. Hricik was most recently Chief Information Officer for the Global Services business, Chase’s global information and transaction processing franchise, and Technology and Operations executive for Chase Treasury Solutions. In her new role, Ms. Hricik reports to James W. Zeigon, executive in charge of Chase Global Services. Since joining Chase in 1976, Ms. Hricik has held a series of increasingly responsible executive positions in systems, finance, administration and operations management. Ms. Hricik is a member of Chase’s Technology Governance Board, the bank’s most senior decision-making body for technology. She serves as Chairperson of The Clearing House Interbank Payment Company L.L.C. (CHIPCo) Advisory Board. In addition, she is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Wholesale Payments Advisory Group and the New York Clearing House Steering Committee.
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