JPMorgan Chase (JPM) has appointed corporate technology veteran Dana Deasy as chief information officer.
Deasy will join JPMorgan Chase in December, assuming responsibility for the $2.4 trillion-asset company's technology systems and infrastructure across its global businesses, according to a Tuesday press release. He comes to JPMorgan from energy company BP, where he has served since 2007 as CIO and group vice president for global technology, procurement and global real estate. His resume also includes stints as CIO at General Motors North America, Tyco International and Siemens Corporation Americas.
JPMorgan's interim CIO, Mike Ashworth, will become deputy CIO and CIO for the firm's consumer and community banking division, according to the press release. Ashworth, who has 27 years of experience at the company, stepped into the temporary role after Guy Chiarello resigned in May. Chiarello was named president of payment processing company First Data Corp. in July.