Bank One Names Williams to Lead Community Investments

Apr 11, 2001, 01:00 ET from Bank One Corporation

    CHICAGO, April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Bank One Corporation announced today the
 appointment of longtime banker Jaye Morgan Williams as head of the Community
 Investment Department.
     Williams, 44, will manage Bank One's community-based lending and
 investments as well as compliance activities associated with its Community
 Reinvestment Act commitment.  In this new role, Williams, a senior vice
 president and managing director, will report to R. Michael Welborn, head of
 Retail Banking.
     In developing and implementing the bank's national strategy for delivering
 services and products in support of community development, Williams will
 enhance and build valuable relationships with the bank's customers, community
 leaders and regulators.
     "We have made community investment a priority at Bank One because we know
 that credit and investment are the lifeblood of communities," said James
 Dimon, chairman and chief executive officer.  "Jaye knows banking, she knows
 our organization and she will work tirelessly to use that knowledge to make
 Bank One one of the nation's best banks for our communities."
     During her 20 years in banking, Williams has served in relationship
 management, capital markets, credit and risk management, product and portfolio
 management, and treasury services.  Most recently, she led administration,
 strategic planning and finance for Bank One's international group.
     "Community investment and civic leadership are essential ingredients for
 every successful corporation," said Williams, who will be based in Chicago.
 "By strategically aligning Bank One's vibrant, multi-faceted and
 geographically diverse business activities, we can maximize support for our
 communities.  We want to help revitalize low- and moderate-income communities
 everywhere we do business."
     Williams earned a bachelor's degree in finance from the University of
 Illinois and an M.B.A. degree in accounting and finance from Northwestern
 University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management.   She serves on the board
 of directors of the Goodman Theatre and the Marwen Foundation and is involved
 in a number of other civic and community organizations.
     Bank One Corporation (NYSE:   ONE) is the nation's fifth-largest bank
 holding company, with assets of more than $265 billion. Bank One offers a full
 range of financial services to commercial and business customers and
 consumers. It can be found on the Internet at www.bankone.com .
 
 

SOURCE Bank One Corporation
    CHICAGO, April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Bank One Corporation announced today the
 appointment of longtime banker Jaye Morgan Williams as head of the Community
 Investment Department.
     Williams, 44, will manage Bank One's community-based lending and
 investments as well as compliance activities associated with its Community
 Reinvestment Act commitment.  In this new role, Williams, a senior vice
 president and managing director, will report to R. Michael Welborn, head of
 Retail Banking.
     In developing and implementing the bank's national strategy for delivering
 services and products in support of community development, Williams will
 enhance and build valuable relationships with the bank's customers, community
 leaders and regulators.
     "We have made community investment a priority at Bank One because we know
 that credit and investment are the lifeblood of communities," said James
 Dimon, chairman and chief executive officer.  "Jaye knows banking, she knows
 our organization and she will work tirelessly to use that knowledge to make
 Bank One one of the nation's best banks for our communities."
     During her 20 years in banking, Williams has served in relationship
 management, capital markets, credit and risk management, product and portfolio
 management, and treasury services.  Most recently, she led administration,
 strategic planning and finance for Bank One's international group.
     "Community investment and civic leadership are essential ingredients for
 every successful corporation," said Williams, who will be based in Chicago.
 "By strategically aligning Bank One's vibrant, multi-faceted and
 geographically diverse business activities, we can maximize support for our
 communities.  We want to help revitalize low- and moderate-income communities
 everywhere we do business."
     Williams earned a bachelor's degree in finance from the University of
 Illinois and an M.B.A. degree in accounting and finance from Northwestern
 University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management.   She serves on the board
 of directors of the Goodman Theatre and the Marwen Foundation and is involved
 in a number of other civic and community organizations.
     Bank One Corporation (NYSE:   ONE) is the nation's fifth-largest bank
 holding company, with assets of more than $265 billion. Bank One offers a full
 range of financial services to commercial and business customers and
 consumers. It can be found on the Internet at www.bankone.com .
 
 SOURCE  Bank One Corporation