Tim Nagle is the Global Chief Privacy Officer and head of the Privacy and Data Strategy group in the US Bank Law Division. He leads a team of attorneys who manage the privacy program and advise bank and business counsel on data management issues. Clients include the Chief Data Officer, Chief Analytics Officer, Chief Marketing Officer and strategy and innovation executives.
The Privacy and Data Strategy team provides legal advice on the content and administration of corporate, online and mobile application privacy policies, standards and notices for commercial and consumer customers. They review business product, service and marketing initiatives to evaluate compliance with data protection and governance obligations. This includes initiatives and proofs of concept within the Innovation group in emerging technologies (e.g. mobile banking and payments, virtual reality) regarding the appropriate use of data in the development process. They are active participants in internal and external groups focused on data protection laws in and outside the United States including the European Union General Data Protection Regulation and similar requirements in Canada and Latin America
Mr. Nagle is the principal legal advisor to the Enterprise Research and Analytics executive on the use of personal and proprietary data to develop and implement models to evaluate new products or services, identify risk, and correlate or derive statistically-significant data and transaction relationships. He also supports related digital marketing and personalization initiatives to develop clear understandings of customer interests consistent with privacy norms and the responsible and ethical use of personal information. With the bank’s increasing use of artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to enable external and internal decision processes, he is assisting in the development of internal guidelines regarding data governance and the use of these capabilities.
Tim has held similar positions related to privacy, cybersecurity and data management at other financial institutions, advised clients as counsel at a global law firm, and as counsel at a federal government agency. He has also been a technology program manager at a large defense integrator. He has served as a member of the Research Advisory Board of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.