John Stockamp is a director in West Monroe Partners’ Banks and Credit Unions practice and leader of that practice in the Pacific Northwest. He has more than 15 years of business and technology experience in the financial services sector, including leadership roles on more than 20 mergers and acquisitions, payments strategy, and other complex transformational programs.
Over the course of his career, John Stockamp has produced superior results and innovative solutions by leveraging his ability to build partnerships at all levels. He has a strong track record for partnering with clients’ senior leaders to manage transformational initiatives, including de-novo business line and product, back-office and front-office optimization, and core technology selection and implementation programs. At the same time, he is adept at directing large, cross-functional teams of business consultants and deep technologists focused on efficient and effective integration of people, processes, and technology.
John’s experience includes extensive background in all phases of merger and acquisition activities. For example, as integration manager for the largest credit union merger in history, John provided leadership and counsel from developing a financial framework as part of due diligence through developing the merger’s foundation to overseeing the integration management office.
Prior to joining West Monroe Partners, John held various management and officer positions at Washington Mutual Bank (WaMu) in the Home Loans and Retail Banking divisions. His risk management skills were critical to several programs and initiatives at the bank, including merger and acquisition integration, Sarbanes-Oxley implementation, secondary marketing operations, and deposit risk operations.
John also has been a leader for key finance and technology functions at e-commerce companies based in Seattle and the Bay Area, and he managed platforms that processed multiple millions of payment transactions.
John began his career at Deloitte. As a Certified Public Accountant, he provided audit services to financial, retail, and technology clients.
John earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting & Information Systems from the University of Washington, Michael G. Foster School of Business.