Former Commercial Banking CFO, JPMorgan
With a love for solving big problems, Marcus von Kapff spent the last 20 years at JPMorgan in a variety of general management roles. As CFO of the Commercial Bank for the last 10 years, he doubled the size of the business to $10B in revenue with 13,000 employees. Over this time, he helped the business expand to 40 countries, doubled technology investment, and implemented new CRM and data systems. He has also held roles running large sales organizations across Business Banking and Treasury Services.
Prior to JPMorgan, Marcus was the international general manager for Transamerica Commercial Finance. He also worked at McKinsey & Co. in Los Angeles and Johannesburg, focusing on financial services. A career highlight was working in South Africa, helping to end apartheid era business practices during the Mandela presidency.
Marcus grew up in San Diego, the son of a naval officer. He studied mechanical engineering at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and has his masters in management from MIT, with a concentration in technology innovation.
Marcus and his wife, Lori, are attending DCI together. They have two children in college. Marcus has passion for causes related to the environment, gun violence, and racial equity. He serves on the board of the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago.
DCI Partner: Lori von Kapff