Chief Information Officer & Head of Safety & Soundness
Frédéric Véron is CIO and Head of Safety & Soundness at Deutsche Bank. Prior to Deutsche Bank, Mr. Veron was Senior Vice President and Enterprise CIO at Fannie Mae, where he built the team that led the company through an enterprise Agile transformation, implementing automated release pipelines while improving the robustness and stability of core systems.
Prior to that, Mr. Veron held multiple roles at Fannie Mae, including CTO and Head of Applications, where his group was responsible for developing and maintaining all applications supporting the company’s business—including portfolios spanning capital markets, customer engagement, underwriting and pricing, credit loss management, finance, risk, and corporate systems.
Before joining Fannie Mae, he was a partner and managing director at several consulting firms, including KPMG, Kurt Salmon and BearingPoint, where he directed significant IT strategy and technology transformation initiatives for clients such as AIG, AXA, Bank of America, Banque Nationale du Canada, JPMorgan Chase, MetLife, Société Générale, TD Bank Financial Group, Visa, and others. Mr. Véron has a Master’s in computer science from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications in Paris.
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