Tyler is responsible for the Enterprise Financial Crimes Compliance (EFCC) Operations Program and serves as deputy head of the enterprise-wide financial crimes program. In this role, he directs strategy of the enterprise Financial Intelligence Unit, AML Investigations, Currency Transaction Reporting, Emerging Risks and Trends, and enterprise financial crimes strategic initiatives.
Prior to this role, Tyler led other parts of EFCC including the Program management team as well as the domestic & international Risk Management functions supporting Retail Banking, Wealth Management, Wholesale Banking, Payments, and all corporate functions to provide guidance and oversight regarding their Financial Crimes Program implementation efforts. He was responsible for overseeing the development of enterprise wide policies for Anti-Money Laundering, Know Your Customer, and Suspicious Activity Reporting. His team was responsible for risk assessment methodologies to assess financial crimes risk including customer, product, business line, and country risk profiles.
Tyler joined US Bank in July 2015. Prior to joining U.S. Bank, Tyler spent many years at large financial institutions working in various leadership roles related to financial crimes compliance, consumer compliance, operational risk, program development and project management.
Tyler lives in Charlotte, NC and is a graduate of Coastal Carolina University in Myrtle Beach, SC. Tyler, his wife, and children help lead a non-profit organization dedicated to feeding hungry familes in Charlotte, NC and South America. The group has packed and delivered over 22 million meals, mostly to communities outside of Manugua, Nicaragua.