Gregory Holman from VP/GM of Specialty for U.S. SME's, American Express Headshot Photo at Small Business Expo

Gregory HolmanVP/GM of Specialty for U.S. SME's, American Express

Greg Holman is a 23-year veteran of the Insurance and Financial Services Industry. He has developed a Win-as-A-team approach to leading world class organizations, while championing distribution and change initiatives across the globe. He has served in various executive and Senior level leadership roles as General Manager, Head of Distribution, and SVP, Business Operation Transformation Executive. He has been at the forefront of distribution strategy and operational expansion for Industry leaders Bank of America, & MetLife with responsibility for portfolios of $1B plus, and organizational spans in the U.S., Canada, Central America, and Asia.

In his current role, Greg serves as the Vice President & GM of Specialty for the U.S. SME  organization within Global Commercial Services. Prior to this role he served as the interim Vice President for the National Field Teams in U.S. SME leading AP Automation and the Top Client Expansion Teams. Holman joined the organization in the summer of 2020 as the Regional Vice President for the NY Region with a focus as VP champion for Global Merchant & Network Services (GMNS).   

He is a native of Trenton, NJ and during his corporate moves across the U.S. and Asia, has served on the Business Development board for the Greater Des Moines Partnership, and as a Finance Committee board member for The Life Serve Blood Center. He has also enjoyed Executive Sponsor posts for the Asian Awareness Network, Diversity & Inclusion Council, and as a State leader for the United Way. As a consistently humbled golfer he loves being on the course, exploring bespoke trends, and spending  focus time with his family.

Greg holds an (MBA) in International Business from the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), and a B.A. of Communication Studies from UNCG. Greg resides in North Jersey with his wife Monique (Esq.) and children Isabella, William and Thomas.