A native Houstonian, Randy Lopez learned from an early age the meaning and benefit of hard work through helping his parents build a successful construction and real estate business. Randy also learned during this time the concept of community and what it means to reciprocate the good that has been given to you. His leadership style is leading by example through his: thoughtful client engagement and service; delivery of strategic and transformational solutions that help the business gain a competitive advantage; team based leadership; employee investment; and in creating diverse teams.
Randy has worked for JPMC since December, 2004, for multiple lines of businesses and in various capacities ranging from strategic to delivery leadership roles. His background includes: capital markets; portfolio management; trading platforms; risk technologies (i.e. market risk, credit risk); client facing technologies; and corporate technologies.
Randy is currently the Chief Business Technologist for Commercial Bank’s Commercial Real Estate and Risk Technology based in Dallas. Prior to this role he was based in New York City where he led the Data Acquisition team in Risk and Finance Technology. From 2010 through 2013 he was the Head of Corporate Technology for EMEA based in London. And from 2004 to 2010 he was the Senior Vice President of Technology and Operational Shared Services for Chase Home Lending in New Jersey. His passion for diversity and inclusion have been exhibited through his founding of the networking group Women In Technology (WIT), co-leading the US Hispanic Pillar, leading the Diversity and Inclusion work stream for the Dallas Technology Operating Council, and the creation of the newly formed networking group, Hispanics and Blacks in Technology (HaBiT).