Meet Omer Sohail
Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and Banking & Securities Business Analytics & Information Management Leader
Omer leads Deloitte’s Analytics and Information Management practice for Financial Services in the U.S. He has over 15+ years of IT experience, with a primary focus in enterprise information management (EIM), master data management, business intelligence and data warehousing.
Omer has developed and led Financial Services EIM practices in key consulting firms as he assisted and advised clients in information management initiatives. He is considered a thought leader on the role of data and information management in financial services and has been published on topics such as boosting performance in banking with analytics, how performance analytics can change the game in banking and how business intelligence can enhance performance in insurance. During his career, Omer has served in honorary designations such as deputy CTO of a major software company and a member of the IBM WebSphere Advisory Council. He also led a large consulting organization’s assets and strategy efforts related to financial services information management, portals and custom architectures and has patents pending related to loan modification and workout assistance offerings.
He has presented at a variety of information management forums, including FS CIO Summit, DCI Leadership Series and SAS, SAP Business Objects, IBM, BEA and HP Executive forums.
Clients include several of the top 10 U.S. and Canadian banks, federal regulatory institutions, credit bureaus, leading investment banks, brokerage houses and stock exchanges.
Omer holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.
Emerging Markets: A front line for growth and talent in banking
Emerging markets are a critical source of growth and talent opportunities for the banking industry. But capitalizing on those opportunities is not easy.
Workforce Analytics - Using advanced analysis to manage talent and risk
Workforce analytics involves using statistical models that integrate internal and external data to predict future workforce and talent-related behavior and events.
Evaluating first-time defaulters from the inside out
Intelligent segmentation helps lenders identify and target new opportunities
Where Should Banks Consider Making their Analytics Investments?
Both risk analytics and customer analytics will require significant investments, forcing a tough choice for many banks. So which is it – risk or customer analytics?
Leveraging Analytics in the Banking Industry
In the latest episode of Deloitte Insights, Omer and Deloitte Consulting LLP’s principal Brian Johnston discuss how organizations in the banking industry can find growth through the application of business analytics.