McKay Joins Hitachi Capital America as VP of Corporate Development



Chuck McKay joined Hitachi Capital America as vice president of corporate development, responsible for managing business planning, strategic marketing and acquisition targeting across HCA.

McKay has more than 25 years of financial services experience including strategy, marketing and corporate development roles at GE Capital, MasterCard and, most recently, Prudential.

At GE Capital, McKay had leadership roles in corporate development, including leading a multi-year initiative to build a business in Japan; strategy, including leading GE Capital’s annual strategic planning process globally; and marketing, including leading go-to-market execution for middle-market energy lending. He began his career at Accenture where he led strategy, transformation and technology projects for major financial institutions including Nikko Securities, Goldman Sachs and Chemical Bank.

“We are thrilled to have Chuck join HCA. He brings a unique combination of important functional capabilities across a broad range [of] financial services sectors with particular depth in specialty finance, and he has significant experience living and working internationally including Japan,” said Mark Duncan, executive vice president of commercial finance and corporate development for HCA. “Chuck will be instrumental in driving the identification, evaluation and implementation of corporate development initiatives, as HCA seeks to achieve its strategic growth objectives.”


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