John J. Mack
|John J. Mack|
|Occupation||Chairman and CEO|
|Location||New York, NY, USA|
It was announced in September of 2011 that Mack would step down from his position as chairman of investment bank Morgan Stanley at the end of the year. Mack, who also planned to retire from his full-time slot, would remain as a senior adviser. Chief executive James Gorman was to add the chairman role to his current duties as of Jan. 1.
Before he was elected chairman and CEO in June 2005, John Mack had spent nearly 30 years at Morgan Stanley in various positions, most recently as president, COO and a director.
Mack is a graduate of Duke University, where he is a member of the board of trustees.
He serves as chairman of the board of trustees of New York-Presbyterian Hospital, the University Hospital of both Columbia and Cornell, and as a trustee of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.