Frank Bisignano Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
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Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Frank Bisignano is the
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of
First Data – one of the largest FinTech companies, providing
commerce solutions to businesses and financial institutions
across the globe. Frank joined First Data five years ago, and
under his leadership, the company has transformed from a
declining payments processing utility, to a valuable technology
leader, enabling more than 93 billion electronic transactions,
representing $2.4 trillion in volume and equity value of over $20
In 2014, First Data announced a historic $3.5 billion private
placement of equity, which initiated a deleveraging effort that
continues today. The private placement was followed by a $2.6
billion IPO in October 2015, the largest U.S. IPO of the year.
Frank’s leadership in Financial Services extends through his
nearly 30-year career and includes senior roles at some of the world’s largest financial institutions – as
well as leading roles to support corporate citizenship.
Before taking on the leadership of First Data, Frank held the position of
Officer at JP Morgan, a time during which he led the bank’s turn around operations that
redefined mortgage lending post the 2008 financial crisis. Later, Frank served as chief
negotiator for CEO Jamie Dimon, leading the Bear Sterns and Washington Mutual acquisitions.
Frank has held senior leadership roles at other leading institutions, including Citigroup, where
Frank served on the bank’s management committee and served as
chief administrative officer
for the Corporate and Investment Bank and CEO of Citigroup's Global Transactions Services
business. While at Citi, Frank was responsible for the safe evacuation of the Bank’s 16,000
employees from lower Manhattan on 9/11.
Now and throughout his business career, Frank contributes time and attention to causes for which he is
In 2011, Frank focused his vision for transformation to create career opportunities for men and
women who served in uniform by
founding the 100,000 Jobs Mission, an initiative that is the
leading private sector solution for hiring veterans.
In 2014, Frank received the
Colonel Michael Endres Leadership Award for Individual Excellence
in Veteran Employment from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Man of the Year by the
At First Data, Frank leads initiatives supporting a diverse workforce, and has been awarded a
number of accolades for his work in unity and diversity, such as First Data’s inclusion in the 2018
Bloomberg Equality Index.
In 2010, Frank was awarded
Syracuse University’s Chancellor's Medal for Outstanding
Achievement for his innovation in technology and education. Syracuse University has bestowed
Frank with an
work in championing higher education and supporting the disadvantaged. He later received an
honorary PHD by the New York Institute of Technology.
In 2012, Frank received accolades for his work leading the King Archiving Project, which digitized
hundreds of thousands of documents of Martin Luther King and other civil rights leaders.
Frank also holds multiple board positions in both public sector and non-profit organizations
Partnership for New York City, the National September 11 Memorial and
Museum, The Battery Conservancy, The Perelman Center for Performing Arts at the World
Trade Center, and many more.
received by the Holy Pope Francis, and continues his work as a Trustee of St.
Patrick’s Cathedral in New York.
wife, Tracy, reside in New Jersey.
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