John Haley

John Haley

Job Title: Chief Data Officer

Company: Regions Bank

John Haley joined Regions in 1996, originally as the Director of Internal Audit, but has served in a multitude of different roles. Most recently, he was selected in 2015 to lead a new function for Regions – the Enterprise Data Office. This function focuses on data strategy and governance. Regions is a top U.S. bank-holding company headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, with $119 billion in assets, operating 1,700 banking offices in 16 states.

Mr. Haley first joined Regions as Director of Internal Audit. In 2005, he led that role to start the Operational Risk function. In 2008, he was also given responsibility for Market and Liquidity risk. Then, in 2010, he became the Chief Analytics Officer, responsible for wholesale analytics and modeling. He helped contribute a chapter to CCAR and Beyond – Capital Assessment, Stress Testing and Applications.

Before joining Regions, Haley had more than 20 years of varied audit experience, including serving as the chief auditor at Florida National Bank and as an audit supervisor at Deloitte-Touche.

Speaking at the following:

5.15pm - 5.45pm
Panel Discussion: The Human Dimension – To What Extent Does the Success of a Data and Analytics Function Depend on its People?

A ‘People First Approach’? What balance of people, process and technology will lead to success? How do you ensure that your core team possesses both the required business domain knowledge as well as technical expertise to make a difference to your organization? Hear how organizations have battled budgetary controls and talent shortages by re-training and… Read more.

8.45am - 9.15am
Keynote Presentation: On the Offensive – Delivering Value through Data

What mix of ‘offensive’ & ‘defensive’ measures should a CDO pursue, and how to move beyond volume, velocity and variety to the fourth ‘V’; Value. Data as a corporate asset – how to move the CDO office from cost center to profit center Demonstrating value – measuring and communicating the ROI of your data program