Daniel DeMeo

Daniel DeMeo

CEO of CAN Capital

Mr. DeMeo joined the company in 2010 and became Chief Executive Officer and a Member of the company’s Board of Directors in 2013, following more than 12 years of concurrent experience as a C-level officer for CAN Capital, 1st Financial Bank USA, and J.P. Morgan & Co.

In these positions, Mr. DeMeo was responsible for all finance and accounting activities including planning, investment, management, portfolio and product pricing, and balance sheet management.

Prior to 1st Financial, Mr. DeMeo was CFO of Global Technology at J.P. Morgan Chase and prior to that, CFO of the Chase consumer and small business credit card unit. Mr. DeMeo has extensive background in the financial services industry, having served as EVP, Citibank Universal Card Service; SVP of Marketing and Business Development at GE Capital; and in various accounting and finance executive positions at Citibank, where he started his career.

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