Mr. Umesh Hari is an experienced strategist in formulating and delivering enterprise data driven digital transformations for global organizations operating in tough digital market and regulatory conditions. He has more than 20 years experience in strategizing, architecting, and implementing digital transformations, information management and data analytics programs leveraging cloud in the areas of Retail & Mortgage Banking, Asset & Wealth Management, Corporate Banking & Securities, Credit Cards, Energy Trading and Major Oils (Upstream & Downstream), Telecoms and Manufacturing.�He has extensive experience in aligning business leadership with the strategic value creation and execution of large transformation projects that leverage, digital & mobile technologies, data lakes, analytics, cognitive computing, customer digital experience, Omni channels, and data management.� Earlier he was the Banking lead partner in IBM’s Business Analytics & Strategy (BA&S) consulting practice working with C-level executives at global banks to help design and implement their digital and data strategy to meet marketing, risk, compliance, and finance needs.�In the last 5 years, Umesh has spent most of his time partnering with CDOs, CFOs, CTOs and CIOs at HSBC, JPMorgan Chase, Citibank, Travelers, Principal Financial Group, BB&G and Fannie Mae to create compelling business value and effectively address the difficult demands of the current digital marketplace, operational efficiency and regulatory compliance with innovative solutions:�Leveraged digital technologies to enhance the customer digital experience to increase both revenue and market share�Leveraged managed data lakes and Hadoop technologies to design the “Data as a Service” platform to support global data and digital transformation programs�Partnered with clients to innovate cognitive computing solutions leveraging IBM Watson technologies that push the envelope on competitiveness and revenue generation from new & untapped market value�Implemented the data strategy, governance and architecture to address risk and regulatory requirements while simultaneously cutting operational costs:-Dodd Frank, CCAR, Basel, BCBS 239 programs-Data linage and consistency of regulatory reports as required by BCBS 239�Formulate and institutionalize data management at the enterprise and LOB levels to achieve data integrity�
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