Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ has hired Charles Trunz as chief risk officer for the Americas.
Mr Trunz held senior financial, operating and other management positions supporting the global markets, securities, and investment banking businesses during his 20 years stint with JP Morgan and Company, a predecessor of JPMorgan Chase.
In 2002, after leaving JP Morgan, Mr Trunz became co-chief operating officer of the North Shore–LIJ Health System and president of North Shore health enterprises.
Yoshiaki Kawamata, CEO for Americas at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, said: “Bringing Charles Trunz on board as chief risk officer to lead our risk management and compliance functions will serve us well going forward . Our growth strategy demands superior systems for managing risk across an increasingly complex financial enterprise.”