A. Charles Thomas is a rare bird in banking circles.
Nine months ago Wells Fargo made him its first chief data officer, and one of only a handful of such jobholders at banks nationwide. Thomas, who previously held a similar role at USAA, has a doctorate in behavioral science and manages a $100 million budget and a "small team" of 600 people.
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