As a Deputy Comptroller and Chief Financial Technology Officer (CFTO), you will serve as an Executive to the Senior Deputy Comptroller (SDC) for Bank Supervision Policy (BSP) matters regarding digital assets, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cloud adoption, fintech partnerships, and other changing technologies and business models within and that impact the OCC's regulated institutions.
Direct and provide strategic leadership for the Office of Financial Technology including implementing outreach and technical assistance, awareness and training, coordination and facilitation, market intelligence, and interagency collaboration for the Office of Financial Technology.
Identify and assess existing programs, structures, and processes to ensure that Office of Financial Technology initiatives efficiently integrate with and complement established OCC operations.
Serve as a key OCC spokesperson on matters regarding financial technology, digital banking, and/or other related activities to provide information, direction, and strategic leadership on the OCC's financial technology activities.
Establish a formal workflow, process, and timeline for internal and external financial technology inquiries and requests. Inquiries can range, for example, from those regarding innovative financial products and services, to new technologies and processes leveraged by nonbanks and banks (such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and big data analytics), to banks' innovative initiatives in response to the evolving needs of consumers of financial services, to national bank charters for fintech firms and to OCC examiners and agency staff.
Lead analysis, evaluation, and discussion of specific financial industry innovations, relevant trends in the federal banking technology systems, emerging and potential risks, and the potential implications for supervision...
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