At the end of 2016, Todd Maclin retired from JPMorgan Chase and opened his family office in Dallas, Texas. For almost 37 years, he held a variety of leadership positions at JPMorgan Chase and its predecessor organizations, rising to the rank of Vice Chairman and a member of the JPMC Operating Committee in New York. For almost 12 years, Maclin served as CEO of the JPMC Commercial Bank, and later as Co-CEO of Consumer and Business Banking. His career at JPMC included assignments in Austin, Dallas, Houston, Chicago and New York.
Maclin is a private investor and active member of the community. His investment activity is centered on areas where he can utilize his banking experience, with a particular focus on investing in commercial real estate, energy and private businesses. Opportunities present themselves through his extensive network of friends and former clients.
Maclin is very involved in civic pursuits, serving as a director of The University of Texas Development Board; as a member of the Advisory Council for McCombs Graduate School of Business; on the Executive Committee of the Chancellor’s Council; on the Board of Visitors of UT Southwestern Health System; on the Steering Committee for the O'Donnell Brain Institute for UT Southwestern; and he is on the Board of Southwestern Medical Foundation and a member of its Investment Committee. Maclin also serves on the Board of Texas Exes Alumni Association. He is a lifetime member of Texas Exes and UT President’s Associates.
Maclin and his wife Diana are serving as Co-Chairs for the St. Philip’s School and Community Center for its We Believe Capital Campaign.
Maclin and Diana reside in Dallas, Texas.