JPMorgan Chase & Co. has made two changes to the leadership of its consumer and business banking unit, according to an internal memo obtained by American Banker on Thursday.
Michael Cleary, who most recently headed the company's business banking, will become head of strategy for digital efforts, including online and mobile. Scott Geller, currently the chief risk officer for the commercial bank, will replace Cleary as head of business banking.
The memo said that Cleary will work closely with the bank's Internet and mobile teams and will act as a "conduit" between consumer and business banking and internal partners for these areas. He has worked to expand business banking in markets such as California, Florida and Texas.
In 25 years with JPMorgan Chase, Geller has held a number of positions in it commercial and investment banking units. He previously ran the middle market northeast segment.
Cleary and Geller will report to Todd Maclin, head of commercial banking and personal and business banking. They will transition into their new roles as JPMorgan Chase looks to fill Geller's former position.