Bank of America (BAC) announced Friday that Bridget O’Connor has been named chief technology officer for Consumer and Small Business Banking (CSBB) and Home Loans and Insurance (HL&I), due to begin her position in mid-August. She will be be responsible for leading the team that supports strategy, architecture, design and build, operations, engagement and product delivery of technology infrastructure for her divisions. O’Connor will also act as the CSBB Customer Segments Technology executive, managing CSBB technology strategy, architecture and data and information. She will report to both the chief technology officer, Marc Gordon, and the executive of CSBB Technology and Operations and HL&I Technology, Vlad Torgovnik. “With [Bridget] on our team, we have further strengthened out ability to achieve business alignment and agility along with leverage of our global scale,” said Gordon. Prior to joining Bank of America, O’Connor served as managing director and chief of technology officer for Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation. There she was responsible for overseeing critical information technology infrastructure. Before that O’Connor spent 19 years at Lehman Brothers. Write to Christine Ricciardi. The author holds no relevant investments.
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