Welcoming the new ORX Chair, Lisa Broomer
- 25 August 2020
At the ORX AGM in June, Lisa Broomer, Head of Firmwide Operational Risk Capital and Stress Team at JPMorgan Chase, was elected the new Chair of the ORX Board for 2020.
“I am delighted to have been selected for this important position chairing the ORX Board. ORX is highly valued within the operational risk community, and I am proud to play my part in driving the development of this well-needed service for the financial services industry." Lisa Broomer, Chair of the ORX Board
Lisa has been with JPMorgan Chase for over 30 years and leads the firm’s efforts globally to quantify operational risk, including the methodologies used to estimate capital and losses under stressed conditions. Prior to this, Lisa was responsible for the operational risk management framework. She has also served on the Board of ORX for 5 years.
Lisa’s experience is cross discipline and cross business, with roles in risk, finance, sales, operations, technology and internal audit spanning the corporate sector, investment banking and commercial banking business lines.
Lisa has been a strong supporter of diversity efforts throughout her time at JPMorgan Chase, having served for 5 years as the Global Chair of the Women’s Interactive Network – a predecessor of JP Morgan Chase’s Women on the Move initiative. She has connected the JPMorgan Chase Autism at Work initiative with one of the country’s leading colleges for students who learn differently.
Lisa earned a Master of Business Administration in Finance from New York University and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University at Albany. Lisa is married with two children.
ORX is delighted to welcome Lisa and the rest of the new board of directors for 2020. We’re looking forward to collaborating together as we work towards a future where financial institutions are more prepared and resilient in order to protect the global economy and society from inevitable risks in our constantly evolving world. Together we will improve the management, measurement and understanding of operational risk.