Gunjan  Kedia

Gunjan Kedia

Age: 52

Vice Chair, Wealth, Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking (WCIB)

Gunjan Kedia is vice chair of Wealth, Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking – one of U.S. Bank’s three major business lines – and a member of the Managing Committee, its senior-most leadership group.
Wealth, Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking comprises several businesses, including Wealth Management, Corporate and Commercial Banking, Commercial Real Estate, Global Markets, Equipment Finance, Asset Management, Global Corporate Trust and Custody, and Global Fund Services. These businesses represent 36 percent of U.S. Bank revenue and more than 10,000 professionals. 

Gunjan brings more than 29 years of financial services experience to her role. She began her career in 1994 as an associate at PwC. In 1996, she joined McKinsey & Company, where she became a partner and a core leader of the financial services practice.
In 2004, Gunjan joined Bank of New York Mellon, where she served as an executive vice president and head of global product management for their global asset servicing business. 

Prior to joining U.S. Bank in 2016, Gunjan led the investment servicing business in the Americas at State Street Financial in Boston and was a member of its Managing Committee. 

Gunjan is a member of the U.S. Bank Foundation Board and Investment Committee and the co-chair of the Women’s Business Resource Group. Gunjan was named to American Banker’s Most Powerful Women in Finance list in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022, as well as Barron’s 100 Most Influential Women in U.S. Finance list in 2021 and 2022. She is also the recipient of the 2018 Carnegie Mellon University Alumni Achievement Award and the 2022 Professional Excellence Award. Gunjan serves on the board of directors of PBS, Junior Achievement USA, and Carnegie Mellon Business School. 

Gunjan holds an MBA, with distinction, from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor’s degree in engineering, with distinction, from the Delhi School of Engineering. 


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