Chief Data Officer, Wholesale Data Office Wells Fargo
As Chief Data Officer for Wells Fargo’s Wholesale bank, BJ is accountable for data management and data governance across all Wholesale lines of business, including the execution and evolution of the Wholesale Data Strategy. BJ’s Wholesale Data Office organization delivers trusted, reliable data which drives strategic decisions, enables business growth, and facilitates a strong risk discipline. BJ is accountable for product management, data governance and business support services for Wholesale’s strategic data platform, including the Wholesale customer master, authorized data provisioning points, data lake and data marts.
BJ was previously CDO and Chief Architect at CIT Group, with responsibility for the firm’s enterprise data management, technology strategy, enterprise architecture, and digital transformation efforts. As CDO for the banking industry's first voluntary “Systematically Important Financial Institution” (SIFI), he led the firm's efforts to significantly enhance management of critical data, modernize financial and regulatory reporting, and create a leading class controlled data environment.
Prior to CIT, BJ was Chief Architect and one of the first Technology Fellows at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. He has also worked at JP Morgan Chase, Standard & Poor’s, and Credit Suisse.
As a technology leader, BJ has introduced innovative capabilities in areas including data virtualization, master data management, and agile delivery. He holds several patents and has garnered industry recognition, including the CIO 100 and Computerworld’s Premiere 100. BJ graduated from the University of Rochester where his honors thesis studied the application of artificial intelligence and machine learning to the robotics domain.
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