Chase Announces Consumer
Bank Leadership Changes in California, Nationwide
Andy Carney Promoted to California Consumer Bank Regional Manager and Former Manager, Pablo Sanchez, Promoted to National Manager Role
Chase announced the creation of a California consumer banking region focusing specifically on the needs of this important and growing market. With this change, Chase announced leadership moves within its consumer bank in California and nationwide.
Pablo Sanchez, who has run the West Coast region since 2008, has been promoted to consumer banking national manager for Chase.
Andy Carney, has been promoted to California consumer bank regional manager.
Carney, formerly the market manager for Chase’s South Los Angeles branches, which includes 140 branches in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, has been with Chase for more than nine years. Prior to coming to California, Carney managed branches in New York and several markets in the Midwest.
Sanchez, an industry veteran with more than 20 years experience across sales, operations, marketing, has managed the company’s impressive growth in the West region, adding more than 350 branches over the past two years.
“California is one of Chase’s most important growth markets,” said Ryan McInerney, CEO of Chase consumer banking. “Later this summer, we will open our 1000th branch, which is incredible considering we had zero a few short years ago. Jamie Dimon started his first bus tour here, we are the number one small business lender, and we are the proud employer of 21,000 JPMorgan Chase employees across the state. The promotions of two great leaders like Pablo and Andy only underscore how important California is to our overall franchise.”