A career spanning over 30 years is no mean fete, and that is Stephen Rotella, a well-known and respected figure in the banking circles is proud of after years of hard work. In 2015, Rotella was elected chairman of the board of StoneCastle Partners LLC (SCP), taking over from veteran businessman Michael Gilligan. At the time of his chairman election, he was the president of the same entity, and he has a wealth of experience in the fields of financial services and banking where he worked in the areas of strategic and operating leadership.
Stephen Rotella has been instrumental in steering and introducing many changes on the internet and retail banking, organizational development, marketing, product innovation as well as large scale operations management. He has held the position of CEO of Chase Home Finance at JP Morgan where he worked for 18 years and was also a member of it Executive Committee among other posts. Before joining Chase, he has held other positions in the mutual fund, systems funding and retail brokerage industries. He has also been president of the Consumer Mortgage Coalition and chaired BalletMe besides being an associate of Advisory Board at Vericrest Financial, Inc and Consumer Mortgage Coalition and contact him.
In 1975, the Executive who insists on customer-centric operations got his bachelor’s degree in Economics from State University of New York. He earned his in Finance and Information Systems from the State University of New York at Albany in 1978 and original resource.
Stephen is a philanthropist who has been active in his community, serving the poor and boosting the arts and homeownership He is also the Chair of the Board of Lift Communities, an organization that helps to fight poverty. The banker has also served on the boards of Arts Fund, The Seattle Foundation, and Youthcare. He has also worked hard to fight for issues regarding women’s rights and environment justice and learn more about Stephen.
Stephen lives in New York City and where is always seen walking his dog or going to the gym in the mornings. He harbors keen interest for bots, robotics and AI as well. He swears by the “Good to Great” business book whose principles, according to him, work.