JPMorgan Chase has promoted Christina Moungey to Indiana region manager for middle market banking, part of the firm’s commercial banking business. In her new role, she will be leading a team of bankers to serve local midsize companies on their banking and financial needs, including cash management, credit and financing and international banking. Moungey succeeds Bob McElwain, who recently was named head of the national agriculture sector for commercial banking.

She has built her 18-year career with JPMorgan Chase. Moungey started in the Middle Market Credit Analyst training program in Indianapolis and spent time in the regional Mergers and Acquisitions group. She moved to Chicago to join the global Auto and Transportation group, and supported the Corporate Client Banking integration team during the merger of Bank One with JPMorgan Chase.

For the past 14 years, Moungey has been a key member of the Corporate Client Banking group, focused on large Midwest companies that require integrated financial solutions including investment banking products, commercial banking solutions and structured loan facilities. She is a member of the Indiana Market Leadership Team and active in Commercial Banking’s recruiting and diversity efforts.

Moungey graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business from Drake University and also studied International Business at Ecole Superiere de Commerce in Dijon, France.

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