Jason Hogg

Jason Hogg

Senior Lecturer


Faculty Area

Interdisciplinary Theme

  • Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Technology

Contact

Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management
jjh33@cornell.edu
Cornell Directory Entry

Biography

Jason Hogg is CEO of Aon Cyber Solutions and a senior lecturer of innovation and technology at Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management, where he has taught subjects ranging from cloud computing and cyber security to new product development and business model generation since 2009.

Most recently, Hogg served as a senior adviser and CEO partner for Tritium Partners, a private equity firm focused on buyouts of growth companies. Previously, he was chief executive officer of B2R Holdings, LP, owned by funds managed by Blackstone Tactical Opportunities, where he led the organization to its first $1 billion in loans and in its creation of a new asset class: multi-borrower single-family rental securitization. B2R Finance launched the mortgage industry's first multi-borrower single-family rental securitization in March 2015 and the industry's largest ($300 million) in November 2015. During his tenure as CEO, B2R won the Innovator of the Year award from REFI Financing Awards in February 2016 for its modular multi-tenant platform that Hogg invented and led from design through to implementation. Under Hogg's guidance, B2R received the CMBS Deal of the Year Award at GlobalCapital's US Securitization 2015 Awards for offering the industry's first multi-borrower rental property bonds. In the same year, Hogg was personally featured in the Mortgage Professional America's 2015 Hot 100 list.

Prior to joining B2R, Jason was president of American Express Serve Enterprise, where he was responsible for online, commerce, cyber security, and international technology platforms within the Enterprise Growth Group. Jason is the inventor of a global platform that supports Bluebird by American Express and Walmart, as well as American Express Serve, a full-service reloadable prepaid account. Jason also managed American Express's joint venture with LianLian in China, where he was responsible for opening the first two American Express offices in mainland China, as well as building the first American Express Data Center in Suzhou, China. While there, Jason held full P&L and operating responsibility. Currently, the platform and bank gateway established by Hogg processes over $1 billion per day. Jason joined American Express when Revolution Money, Inc., was acquired in November 2009 for over $300 million. As founder, president and CEO of Revolution Money, Inc., he built an alternative payment company, comprising a PCI compliant system of record, prepaid operating system, and the first secure internet based payment network in the United States, composed of over 1 million merchants. Jason has over 500 patent claims issued for complex systems in digital transactions, cyber security, geo-location, mobile transactions, fraud prevention and design.

Prior to American Express, Jason co-founded MBNA Canada and served as chief business development officer, establishing the bank's business development and marketing operations that led to $1 billion in receivables. During his five years with MBNA America, Jason held executive positions in loss prevention, credit, compliance, business development, and marketing. Jason co-founded MBNA's Sports Marketing practice, now a $4 billion receivables business, as well as founded MBNA's credit counseling subsidiary, Financial Management Services, Inc.

Jason's experience also includes COO and president positions at two technology organizations, Medsite, Inc. (sold to WebMD) and HorizonLive, Inc. (sold to Blackboard). He is also a former special agent with the FBI, where he was a member of Special Operations Group 13. Jason earned his MBA from Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management and he earned his BA from Colby College.


Recent Courses

  • NBA 5075 - Big Red Ventures
  • NBAY 6570 - Business Models

Academic Degrees

  • MBA Cornell University, Johnson Graduate School of Management, 2002
Jason Hogg