Daily Record Staff//July 28, 2022
//July 28, 2022
As Maryland market executive for JPMorgan Chase, Thomas Regnante notes his proudest accomplishment is working for the past eight years with his colleagues to establish and build the financial institution’s commercial banking presence in Greater Baltimore.
“I’ve had the good fortune to establish and foster excellent client relationships with some of the top companies in the state,” he said. “Most of my career has been focused on new market development and community engagement with key stakeholders in the business and civic sectors, allowing me to see the benefits of investing in our local businesses and communities firsthand.”
Earning a Master of Business Administration from George Washington University School of Business, Regnante has spent more than three decades in the financial world. He started as a commercial banking relationship manager for Chemical Bank and worked his way up to become a finance manager at Merrill Lynch, director of banking products at UBS Wealth Management and senior vice president/team leader at Citi. Before his current role as market executive, he served as executive director at JPMorgan Chase.
“I’m passionate about contributing to economic growth across the state of Maryland, especially in disadvantaged communities, like Baltimore City, where our attention is most needed,” he said.
Regnante gives his time to several area organizations including serving on the board of trustees for the Hippodrome Foundation, team captain for JPMorgan Chase’s Cycle for Survival fundraiser to support rare cancer research and as Mid Atlantic Volunteer Coordinator for the National Italian American Foundation.