- Strategy and Analytics at HBL NY
- Vice President, Financial Planning and Analysis at Citi Global Consumer Banking
- Business Analyst, Technology at UBS Wealth Management
Kevin is a Managing Consultant based in New York at Exiger Analytics, a specialized division that combines cognitive computing with deep domain and systems expertise to deliver the firm's data-driven solutions and services.
Kevin joined Exiger from Habib Bank Limit NY, a foreign correspondent branch of the largest bank in Pakistan. He was instrumental in building their compliance analytics platform from its infancy with a core focus on AML transaction monitoring, sanctions screening, and customer due diligence at HBL NY.
Kevin managed the holistic process of reengineering critical compliance workstreams, championed extensive changes, successfully delivered solutions, and drafted program policies with long term sustainability in mind. He was a member of the bank’s executive management committee, the steering committee responsible for setting and prioritizing the bank’s key initiatives as well as interfacing with regulators.
Prior to HBL NY, Kevin was a Vice President at Citi Global Consumer Banking, serving as a lead analyst in the Global AML Project Management Office, with responsibilities that focused on the collection and reporting of critical compliance metrics. He produced visualizations for the Head of Governance and Regulatory Affairs to measure the progress and health of the organization and worked extensively with Citi’s business units across the globe, implementing and revising reporting methodologies to drive operational efficiencies.
In his career, Kevin has successfully managed large-scale implementations of process improvements, as well as technology solutions in the compliance domain. He has an extensive experience in data mining and synthesizing raw information into useful reporting, with an emphasis in providing a strategic look at MIS. Kevin also has proven skills in statistics, accounting, economics, computer programming, and math.
- Cornell University’s School of Engineering, BS in Operations Research and Information Engineering