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Vernon K. Moses

Vice President of Business Banking at Chase Bank, has more than 28 years of progressively responsible personal and business financial experience. A cornerstone of financial planning is that every business owner’s economic situation is unique. It is the personalization of service to meet the needs of each individual that sets Vernon apart. Vernon has guided hundreds of business owners and helped them to reach their financial goals. In his current role, Vernon is responsible for acquiring, maintaining and growing relationships with small businesses in the Orange County region. Vernon has led many companies through start-up, survival, turnaround and growth modes as well as helped many attain personal financial goals like home ownership, retirement, etc.

 

Among his significant previous positions, Vernon was a business owner in the field of Financial Planning for ten years. He moved into a partnership role with Christensen Mortgage Company, a Mortgage Brokerage firm. He then served as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for PMG, a Nashville, Tennessee based Sports Management agency. In each of these roles, Vernon was responsible for record business growth.

 

Vernon attended Rowan University and his diverse background in Finance and Business Development provides an opportunity for him to serve the small business community as a Banker in a way that is mutually beneficial for him and the clients he serves.

 

A very important aspect of Vernon’s life is his family. He has three adult children. His oldest daughter, Shaina, is also in Finance and currently in a Forensic Auditing position that takes her around the country with Realogy Inc. in Dallas, Texas. He has a son, Dezman, who was an Outside Linebacker in the NFL for six years and recently retired from the Kansas City Chiefs in 2019. Dezman is currently building a business in the real estate industry. Vernon’s youngest child, Lauren is a recent graduate from the University Of Virginia. She was a scholar athlete and four year starter for the woman’s basketball program. She is now pursuing her Master’s Degree at the University of Maryland in Sports Journalism while working as a Color Commentator for the Big Ten Network, ACC Network and ESPN.