Aditya Bhasin is chief technology and information officer for Bank of America and is a member of the company’s executive management team.
In this role, Bhasin is responsible for designing and delivering technology solutions for all lines of business, staff support areas and the broader enterprise, and oversees Global Information Security, Technology Infrastructure, Independent Technical Assessment and Global Business Services.
Bhasin previously was head of Consumer, Small Business, Wealth Management and Employee Technology. In this role, he was responsible for designing and delivering technology for Consumer, Small Business and Wealth Management clients through Bank of America’s online and mobile banking apps as well as in financial centers and in Merrill and Private Bank offices. His team also enabled payments and commerce services for consumers and small businesses and was integral to the “high-tech, high touch” strategy that enables clients to bank when and where they wish, with access to specialists at any time.
In this prior role, Bhasin and his team also drove the evolution of software delivery methodologies, agile development practices, and architecture standards company-wide, while identifying partnerships that connect Bank of America to the emerging technology ecosystem and innovations for clients.
Previously, Bhasin led Bank of America’s Marketing, Analytics and Digital Banking business.
Before joining the bank in 2004, he was a consultant with Booz Allen & Hamilton, serving clients globally.
Aditya serves as executive sponsor for the Black Leadership Advisory Council across Technology & Operations. To help develop the next generation of technologists and leaders, Bhasin serves as Bank of America’s co-executive sponsor of the nonprofit organization Girls Who Code.
He is also a trustee of Hamilton College, and of the Discovery Place science and technology museums for children in the Carolinas.
Bhasin holds master’s degrees in computer engineering and engineering management from Dartmouth College, and undergraduate degrees in chemistry and computer science from Hamilton College.