John Bottega has left the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to take up the position of chief data officer at Bank of America.
In his new role, Bottega is responsible for Bank of America’s data management strategy, policy and governance. He is based in New York and reports to Bank of America’s enterprise chief information officer Marc Gordon.
Until December, Bottega was chief data officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s markets division, where he worked with US and foreign regulators on
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