CORE TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE WITH TONY KERRISON, CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER AT BANK OF AMERICA (Professional Level)
6:00 PM EST
To Be Announced
Join us on February 13th at 6pm EST for an in-person session with Tony Kerrison, CTO at Bank of America. This roundtable is intended for YJP's Professional level members (2-9 years work experience).
Bring your questions, grow your network, and make new connections at this small roundtable, featuring insights from Tony, an opportunity for Q&A, and gourmet bites!
This event is complimentary for YJP's Professional and Young Leadership members and above levels. For questions, please email: Lauren.Gerstner@yjp.org
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- YJP Sessions are open to professionals with 1-20 years of experience. If you are interested in attending, please apply by clicking the "register" button. A member of our team will review your information and get back to you shortly.
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Tony Kerrison is the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Bank of America and leads Core Technology Infrastructure (CTI), a global organization comprised of approximately 6,000 employees.
CTI is responsible for designing, building, and operating end-to-end technology infrastructure solutions, managing critical systems and platforms across the bank, and delivery of the company’s cloud strategy across the enterprise. The team also manages and supports enterprise data and data science platforms, business intelligence, and data application services. The organization continues to lead the company’s Never Down framework focused on the proactive identification and prevention of customer impacting technology events.
Prior to his current role as CTO, Tony was the Resource and Workforce Management Executive responsible for global initiatives, resource and vendor management and workforce execution. He and his team led strategic oversight and management of the Operational Excellence portfolio, the Mortgage Service Platform (MSP) Operations Portfolio, and Ops 2020. Tony was also responsible for the end-to-end management of a workforce comprised of over 45,000 teammates and the management of Global Vendor strategy and execution.
Tony rejoined Bank of America from Barclay’s Bank where he was the head of Global Technology Infrastructure Services. With a global team of over 4,000, he was responsible for Technology Infrastructure across Barclay’s global businesses including Retail Banking, Investment Banking, Barclaycard and the bank’s offshore center in Lithuania.
Prior to his first role with Bank of America, Tony was ING’s CTO and head of Technology Infrastructure and Shared Technology Services based in Amsterdam.
Before joining ING, Tony held the global CTO role at Merrill Lynch. His responsibilities were expanded to include management of India Technology Services and PacRim Regional Technology.
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