Brian Dimarino

JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Head of Operational Sustainability

In this role, Brian leads strategy and manages the Firm’s public commitments to carbon neutrality, greenhouse gas (GHG), water, and paper reductions, and our transition to electric vehicles. He has taken the lead on Firmwide sustainability efforts including a 100% renewable energy commitment and operational carbon neutrality. His team is responsible for calculating, mitigating, and offsetting, via Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) and carbon offsets, the Firm’s ~1mm metric tons of annual Green House Gas (GHG) emissions.

Brian has led JPMC to become a founding member of the Sustainable Aviation Buyers Alliance (SABA), a consortium of like-minded corporates that is pushing for more sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to come to market. He has overseen 2 windfarm virtual power purchase agreements, totaling approximately 4.5mm megawatt hours over a 10 year period, equating to over a quarter of the firm’s renewable energy commitment. Brian has been interviewed by media outlets such as Bloomberg and Crane’s Chicago on the topic of sustainability and serves as the firm’s representative at the Corporate Eco Forum.

Prior to his current role, Brian held other positions in Corporate Finance including CFO of the America’s Real Estate Portfolio, where he oversaw the financial modeling for many projects including JPMC’s new Headquarters in New York City and the Firm’s long term data center strategy. Brian previously spent eight years in Private Bank Planning and Analysis, ultimately standing up the Private Bank Business Analytics team.

Brian joined JPMorgan Chase in 2006 after graduating from the State University of New York at Albany. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with concentrations in Finance and Management as well as a Certificate of Sustainable Business Strategy from Harvard Business School.