JP Morgan (JPM) has announced that Andrew Pilkington will assume leadership responsibilities for the organisation’s commercial card business. He will continue to report to Gordon Smith, chief executive officer, Chase Card Services, and retain responsibility for the Canadian consumer card division.
Pilkington joined Chase Card Services in 2008. Prior to joining Chase, Pilkington served as general manager of American Express’ merchant services and global commercial card businesses in Canada. He joined American Express in the UK in 1997 and held a variety of senior positions within the company, including leadership roles in Canada since 2003. Pilkington holds a BA (Hons) degree in modern languages from the University of Durham in the UK.
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