Martin M. Fitzpatrick Is An Asset To The Ranks Of Stanford Who’s Who

SINGAPORE,   April 9, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who proudly welcomes Martin M. Fitzpatrick  to the exclusive ranks of leading professionals as a result of his phenomenal work in the financial services industry. Throughout his brilliant professional career, Mr. Fitzpatrick has routinely demonstrated the passion, vision, and dedication necessary to be successful in the business world.

Martin currently serves as Executive Director of Business and Financial Management for Global Technology Infrastructure (GTI) in the Asia Pacific region with JP Morgan Chase. Utilizing his extensive experience in the European and Asia Pacific regions, he works alongside the Regional Head of Infrastructure Technology and key business support functions, effectively leading the GTI organization in the Asia Pacific. GTI is the information technology organization for JP Morgan Chase, comprising of 1,500 professionals located in 16 countries, delivering a wide range of products and services to all internal lines of business.

During his collegiate career, Martin earned a Master of Science degree in Information Technology from Dublin City University. He also earned certification as an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants at the Waterford Institute of Technology. Additionally, Mr. Fitzpatrick is a member of the Chief Financial Officer Network and the Irish Chamber of Commerce in Singapore.

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