Chase promotes David Page to Oklahoma market president

JPMorgan Chase creates new position for statewide market president; promotes current Tulsa market head to post.
by Don Mecoy Published: July 22, 2012
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Chase has promoted David Page to the newly created position of president of JPMorgan Chase in Oklahoma.

Page will move to Oklahoma City from Tulsa, where he previously served as Tulsa president for Chase.

Doug Petno, CEO of commercial banking at Chase, said Page “is an outstanding banker.”

“This new statewide role gives David the platform to coordinate our growth and to help us do an even better job of serving our customers from the Ozarks to the Panhandle,” Petno said.

“His leadership, dedication and management skills will help our bankers and our clients succeed,” he said.

Page has worked for Chase and its predecessor banks in Tulsa for 30 years. He earned an undergraduate degree and MBA at the University of Tulsa. He served as president of the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce in 2009.

“Our state's economy is strong and continues to create new jobs, the key to opportunity and prosperity. We believe this statewide approach to managing our business will benefit the bank, our employees — and most importantly — our customers.”

Page serves as board chairman of the Tulsa Port of Catoosa, Chairman of the Oklahoma BizPac and Tulsa BizPac, and also serves on the boards of Oklahoma Business & Education Coalition, Oklahoma State University Medical Trust Authority, and Tulsa Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce.

David Stratton has been promoted to president of Chase in Tulsa and will report to Page.

Chase has 550 employees and 32 bank branches in Oklahoma.


by Don Mecoy
Business Editor
Business Editor Don Mecoy has covered business news for more than a decade after earlier working on The Oklahoman's city, state and metro news desks, including a stint as city editor. He has won state and regional journalism awards for business,...
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