Ali Almakky | Global Head of Payments Solutions, Mobility sector
JP Morgan

Ali Almakky, Global Head of Payments Solutions, Mobility sector, JP Morgan

Ali is focussed on helping develop product solutions and capabilities designed for the Mobility space including clients spanning multiple sectors including the Automotive, Energy and Power, Transportation and Municipalities sectors. The team focusses on working together with clients within the Mobility sector to develop scalable solutions leveraging the Mobility Payment Solutions platform and other capabilities from within JPM Payments. He joined JPMorgan in late 2018 and was the MD in JP Morgan’s Strategy team focussed on the Global Corporate and Investment Banking division in London. The group is focussed on organic and inorganic opportunities for the division including assessing opportunities for efficiency and improvement. Prior to his current role, Ali was the Global Head of Corporate Strategy at Deutsche Bank based in London between 2015 and 2018. He was a member of the Group Investment Committee and the Culture, Integrity and Conduct Counsel for the bank. Prior to Deutsche Bank, Ali worked at Bank of America Merrill Lynch for 11 years in various roles including Global Co-Head of Global Corporate and Investment Banking Strategy in New York, Global CoCOO of FICC Sales in London and most recently as Risk COO for Global Banking & Markets in New York. Prior to his time at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Ali was a Director at American Express in the risk management for strategic alliances and JVs area. In his early career, Ali was a Relationship Manager in Global Corporate & Investment Banking at Citibank in Pakistan before joining McKinsey where he was an Engagement Manager covering Financial Institutions based in New York. Ali holds an MSc in Finance & Economics from the London School of Economics & Political Science and an MBA from the Lahore University of Management Sciences in Pakistan.

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