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Chase Auto Finance Names New CEO

February 26, 2013

Thasunda Brown Duckett
Thasunda Brown Duckett

NEW YORK — Chase named Thasunda Brown Duckett as the new CEO of Chase Auto Finance, part of Chase’s Consumer & Community Banking division.

Duckett previously served as national retail sales executive for Chase’s Mortgage Banking division. She succeeds Marc Sheinbaum, who has asked to pursue other opportunities.

“Thasunda has an outstanding record of success in mortgage banking, and has many strengths as a leader,” said Gordon Smith, CEO of Chase Community & Consumer Banking. “Her strategic thinking and her business discipline make her uniquely qualified for this new role.”

Duckett’s new role also includes oversight of Chase’s Student Lending business. Prior to serving in her role in mortgage banking, Duckett led Mortgage’s East Region sales team for three years. She previously served as channel executive of bank branch integration and director of affordable lending and emerging markets. She joined Chase from Fannie Mae in 2004.


  1. 1. Susan Capenos [ August 11, 2016 @ 03:26PM ]

    Chase Auto Finance owes me $5000.00 that I overpaid prior to my last lease payment
    to Subaru Motor Finance/Chase. I have been getting the "you cannot have it, the dealer payoff was credited thick amount. I will never use Chase again. I purchases another vehicle vehicle when I turned the leased vehicle in. I had intended to purchase the leased vehicle but, I changed my mind. No contract nor agreement was made. I called for my refund and was told it could take some time. I faxed a copy on my bank account showing the 5000.00 payment to JPMORGAN CHASE. Finally, I was given the email address of the executive office complaint depth and a mailing address. Going on 2 months. Not one person in Customer Service nor its Escalation Department can help me except to tell me my money is not available, HUH?


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