BIG Math Network: Industry Connection series: Wells Fargo

The Industry Connection Series features interactive panels with mathematical scientists working in industry. The goal is to connect mathematical sciences students directly with industry members who can answer student-generated questions. Students at all levels are welcome and encouraged to attend and ask questions. 
The next event is coming soon on Friday, February 24th, 2023, at 1pm PT/2pm MT/3pm CT/4pm ET. Industry panelists from Wells Fargo will be Paul Romanelli, managing director and head of the Corporate Risk Model Development Center; and Tracey Tullie, quantitative analytics director. All participating students will get the opportunity to win one of five US$25 amazon gift cards.  
Register for the Zoom event here! 

Paul Romanelli 

Dr. Romanelli is the managing director and head of the Corporate Risk Model Development Center of Excellence (CRMD), is responsible for developing models in support of a number of different groups throughout Wells Fargo. Supported groups currently include the Corporate Market Risk Group, Enterprise Counterparty Risk Management, Market and Counterparty Capital Adequacy, and Asset Liability Management Risk, all within the Market and Counterparty Risk Management group; Financial Crimes Analytics, Fair Lending, and UDAAP, all within Wells Fargo Compliance; Operational Risk Loss & Capital Analytics, within Operational Risk; and several businesses within Wealth and Investment Management. Previously, Paul was head of Trading Analytics in the Markets Division of Wells Fargo Securities, with responsibility for fixed income library design, implementation, and delivery. He also provided leadership on model risk management policy and governance issues to all Markets Division model developers.  


Tracey Tullie 

Dr. Tracey Tullie is the quantitative analytics director for Wells Fargo Bank in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is a former assistant professor of mathematics at North Carolina A&T University. 

Dr. Tullie is a native of Alabama. He received his master’s degree and doctor of philosophy in applied mathematics from North Carolina State University.  

The BIG Math Network is grateful for sponsorship by the American Mathematical Society (AMS), the American Statistical Association (ASA), the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). 

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