Frank Morisano, Senior Managing Director, is an internationally recognized executive with over 30 years of proven accomplishments: globally growing businesses, steering profitable growth in new markets, guiding product and service development, leading the acquisition, divestment and restructuring of companies, developing companies’ risk and financial crime abilities, and implementing environmental, social, and governance (ESG) standards, frameworks, and disclosure reporting software to follow global regulatory requirements.
Frank has also managed regulatory relationships, reviews, examinations and overseen remediation actions for the Federal Reserve, NYSDFS, OCC, FDIC, FinCEN, FINRA, CFTC, and SEC.
Until recently Frank was the Chief Risk Officer at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, the world’s largest bank, with responsibility for the Americas risk profile, strategic planning, governance, enterprise risk management, credit risk, liquidity risk, compliance, BSA/AML, data risk, model risk management, crisis management, sustainable finance, cyber and information security risk, and operational resilience.
Prior executive management roles include the leadership of revenue-generating businesses at PwC, GMAC, JPMorgan Chase, and Bank of America. He also has deep practical, profitable consulting experience with PwC in multiple countries where he established and led successful financial services advisory practices.
Frank also serves on private and public boards as a non-executive and independent director and as a member of the audit, risk, and strategy committees. He is well known for implementing effective, compliant board governance practices and structures.
He received his credit training at the Chase Manhattan Bank, holds an MSc in Information Systems, and a BBA in Statistics. He is a frequent speaker on emerging topics: artificial intelligence, data analytics, digital assets, sustainable finance, ESG, and information security.