Board Member Hubert J.P. Jolly
Hubert J.P. Jolly is the global head of payments of JPMorgan Chase with responsibility for payables, receivables, clearing, FX JV, channels, and healthcare including Instamed. He comes to the firm from Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he was head of channels and commercial banking in Global Transaction Services. In his commercial banking role, Jolly oversaw Treasury Services for a client set that spans middle market, healthcare, education, not-for-profit, and commercial real estate companies. For his channels role, Jolly was responsible for the global team that delivers the CashPro® digital suite of solutions.
Jolly joined Bank of America Merrill Lynch in 2017 as head of financing and channels in Global Transaction Services. In this role, he was responsible globally for card, payables, trade services and the Supply Chain Finance and Channels teams. Additionally, he oversaw the Innovation team that is responsible for identifying and investing in emerging technologies and payments solutions.
Prior to joining Bank of America, Jolly had a 20-year career with Citi and worked in Argentina, New Zealand, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and the United States. In his last role, Jolly served as the global head of channel & enterprise services for Citi Treasury and Trade Solutions with responsibility for channels including CitiConnect (Swift, APIs, file, and messaging) and CitiDirect BE®, the online and mobile banking platform, across 96 countries. He also was responsible for digital strategy, the bank’s Innovation Labs, and the global enterprise platforms for account services, core banking, billing and statements, and data management. In addition, he led the strategy and transformation of Prepaid Card Services to position the business’ sale and exit from Citi.
Jolly previously held other positions at Citi including global head of commercial cards and procure to pay, North America Head of payables & card, and product head of WorldLink® F.X. Payments.
He is a Belgian citizen. He graduated from Georgetown University and studied abroad at the London School of Economics.