Deborah Waters will take over the role of Chief Technology Officer at Aegon

Published on:
by KnowESG,

Aegon N.V.

Aegon to appoint Deborah Waters as Chief Technology Officer

Aegon made the announcement today that Deborah Waters, who is 54 years old and from the United States, will be appointed to the position of Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and member of the Management Board of Aegon N.V. beginning on February 7, 2022.

Deborah Waters joins Aegon from Citigroup Inc., where she held various technology leadership positions. Most recently she served as Citi's Global Head of Private Bank Operations and Technology. Additionally, Deborah was the Head of Inclusion and Diversity for Citi’s Institutional Client Group Operations and Technology.

"We are very pleased that Deborah is joining our Management Board as Chief Technology Officer," said Aegon CEO Lard Friese.

"Her broad experience in operations and technology, and her collaborative leadership style will be a great help in transforming our business.”

Deborah Waters has been with Citi for over 25 years. Prior to her current role, she led Client Centric and Equities Technology, supporting the Equities, Research, Commercial Bank, Citi Velocity, and Markets Sales businesses.

She also served as the Chief Operating Officer for the Markets Technology organization during her tenure. Before moving to Markets Technology, Deborah Waters managed Markets and Operational Risk Technology for the organization where she started as a developer of Risk solutions.

Prior to Citi, she spent five years in the aerospace industry working for GE and Lockheed Martin. Deborah Waters has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Penn State University, and an MBA from Temple University.

Source: Aegon press release

Share:
esg
esg
esg
esg
More from Aegon N.V.
Aegon is recognized in a new Amsterdam exchange index for ESG best practices
Aegon is recognized in a new Amsterdam exchange index for ESG best practices
Aegon has released its 2021 Integrated Annual Report
Aegon has released its 2021 Integrated Annual Report
Transamerica maintains a perfect score for workplace equality
Transamerica maintains a perfect score for workplace equality