JPMorgan Chase Names Europe President For Commerce Solutions

JPMorgan Chase announced today (Nov. 3) that Catherine Moore has been named President and Managing Director of Commerce Solutions for Europe for JPMorgan.

Moore also serves as Executive Director of the group’s legal entity, Chase Paymentech Europe Limited, based in Dublin.

“Catherine is an outstanding leader and an experienced manager whose wealth of knowledge and insight into the payments industry and this region will be invaluable in our drive to boost our current market position, enable our clients to grow, and make the most of new business opportunities throughout Europe,” said Michael K. Passilla, CEO for Chase Commerce Solutions.

Commerce Solutions is the global payment processing and merchant acquiring business of JPMorgan Chase and acts as a provider of payment, fraud and data security for companies large and small. Commerce Solutions is capable of authorizing transactions in more than 120 currencies. As President, Moore will oversee JPMorgan's European growth strategy for Commerce Solutions and leads all areas, including sales, marketing, customer support, product research and development, finance, credit and risk.

Prior to her appointment, Moore was Managing Director, Head of International Commercial Card at JPMorgan Europe, where she was responsible for the strategic development, client plans and overall management of the International Commercial Card business. This included managing teams covering both proprietary-issued products and those issued by 22 partner banks in the JPMorgan network across EMEA, LATAM and APAC. She joined JPMorgan Europe as Executive Director, International Prepaid, in 2010, delivering product and vendor management, as well as technology and operational solutions for 3.9 million cardholders in the United Kingdom.

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