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3/25/2013 | 4:01:07 PM
re: Federal Reserve To Hire Chief Data Officer
Just a quick FYI...The Federal Reserve Bank of New York had a CDO until December 2011. John Bottega was the NY Fed's CDO for a few years. He is now CDO at Bank of America. Before joining the Fed, he was CDO at Citi. I'm not sure if the NY Fed has hired a new CDO.

Bottega spend a lot of time working to implement data standards at the Fed to help monitor the financial health of some of the largest financial institutions (risk management). This was, and still is, a big focus for the Fed and regulators.


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