Global consulting firm Protiviti has appointed Ed Page as a managing director and the firm’s national financial services practice leader for its IT Consulting solution. Page, who joins from financial corporation Capital One, will be based in Protiviti’s Chicago office.
Page, who has more than 30 years of professional experience, brings deep IT knowledge within the retail banking sector. During his career, he has specialized in helping financial services organizations with business and technology management, core retail and commercial banking platforms, post-acquisition technology integration, and program and project management.
Prior to joining Protiviti, he was with Capital One where he served in various roles including managing vice president, retail bank CIO, enterprise chief architect and head of enterprise data services. Before that, Page served as the business information officer and senior vice president for National City Bank (since acquired by PNC Bank), and as a vice president for Alltel Communications.
“Our financial services clients are more focused than ever on using leading enabling technologies to improve their business performance,” said Cory Gunderson, a Protiviti managing director and the firm’s U.S. financial services practice leader. “Adding Ed to our leadership team is a key step in further evolving our already strong technology consulting offerings in order to broaden the value we deliver to our clients.”
Page has an MBA from the University of Phoenix and a bachelor’s degree from California State University, Bakersfield. He is a former board chairman for the Large Financials Advisory Board of Fidelity Information Services. He previously served on the IT advisory board of Virginia Commonwealth University and as a board member of the University of Arkansas Information Technology Research Center. Page was also previously a board director for Technology Resource Connections, a Richmond, Virginia-based non-profit organization.