Luke Moranda is senior vice president, strategic clearing initiatives.
Moranda joined OCC from JPMorgan Chase, where he was managing director, clearing technology and global payments technology, supporting the Treasury Services business. His responsibilities included leading the technology effort for global payment strategy, processing the movement of up to $5 trillion per day in real-time wires, and supporting the global movement of up to $10 trillion per day in U.S. and U.S. dollar equivalents. Moranda managed a 450-person global technology organization responsible for supporting JPMorgan Chase's U.S. Dollar Wire business, along with global payment support functions including FX, investigations, fund control, and case management for sanctions screening. He held several other positions of increasing responsibility during his tenure at JPMorgan Chase.
Earlier in his career, Moranda was an application manager and senior project manager with Heller Financial Capital. Before that, he was a senior consultant with Accenture.
Moranda received his BS in Electrical Engineering from Bradley University. He also earned an MBA from the Keller School of Business at Indiana University.
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