Managing Director, GM Cash Management, Chase Business Banking
JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Christopher Hollins is the GM of Cash Management for Chase Business Banking. He is responsible for ensuring Chase implements the optimal treasury products, marketing, sales and service strategies to deepen relationships with small business owners. He is also Business Banking’s Sponsor supporting Chase’s Advancing Black Pathways and Minority Entrepreneur initiatives. The purpose of these initiatives is to proactively create mentoring, support and access to capital strategies that increase the likelihood of positive outcomes for Black and LatinX business owners. He previously led Business Banking’s SBA program that provides smaller dollar lending solutions. Christopher has more than 20 years of global financial services and technology/mobile telecom experience. Before joining Chase, he was a senior leader at FIS leading teams that expanded Merchant Acquiring for large regional banks and Point of Sale providers. He also held senior executive positions at American Express focused on small business credit cards and lending, as well as the largest Global Merchant and Commercial card clients of the firm. Christopher currently serves on the Sickle Cell Disease Associations of America’s board of directors (SCDAA). SCDAA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve medical outcomes and quality of life for those suffering with Sickle Cell Disease. He also serves on the board of Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), a national Community Development Financial Institution. Christopher is a graduate of Grinnell College and earned an MBA from The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.