Head of FinTech, Professional Services, and Defense Industry Solutions
Chris Casey is a creative and innovative executive with insatiable curiosity and abilities to make a bold vision a reality. High EQ, Big-Picture thinker, and proven problem solver for the largest companies and governments in the world. Master dot-connector with unique abilities to translate, build, and actualize strategic visions across all business units. He’s at home brainstorming with teams in whiteboarding sessions or leading discussion in the boardroom.
Prior to joining T-Mobile, Chris spent seven years leading Strategic Initiatives in J.P. Morgan’s Commercial, Consumer, and Investment Banks. As COO of J.P. Morgan’s Multinational Corporations Industry Group, he advised senior stakeholders across multiple businesses through massive advanced-analytics and technology transformation projects. He was responsible for global process design, turning around stagnant businesses, and improving organizational effectiveness.
As a Corporate Banker, he developed strategies for identifying and capitalizing on high-growth partner opportunities, advised Fortune 500 clients on appropriate balance sheet strategies, due diligence requirements, and technology solutions across investment banking, mergers and acquisitions, lending, foreign exchange, risk management, asset management, and all forms of global treasury services.
He graduated from Fordham University and is a US Air Force veteran. During his time in the military Chris led highly specialized units in various global, large-scale, multinational strategic projects with groups such as SOCOM, all three-letter organizations, NASA, FEMA, and allied country forces. Chris continues to stay heavily engaged in veteran communities – he is currently a board member of The Force Multiplier Foundation and has run several national campaigns and initiatives that support veterans transitioning from service. He is a voracious reader, photographer, and traveler, and enjoys all things exploring outdoors. He produces multiple podcasts and has had his work—a short film—displayed in the world-famous Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).