He has provided information technology solutions for various business units; management and finance support for mortgage, consumer and commercial banking; detailed analysis and advisory services related to mortgage foreclosure and SCRA; process improvement efforts; development of various financial reporting systems and processes; and advisory services related to risk assessment initiatives.
Before joining A&M, Mr. Driscoll was a Vice President with Wachovia Corp. in the structured transactions and analytical research group. There, he provided valuation analysis, including reverse-engineering of cash flow modeling, in-depth reporting of mortgage buying patterns, delinquency pipeline analysis, loan severity (LGD) analysis and pricing changes for mortgage-backed securities, small business securities and mortgage servicing. He also provided analytical support for asset allocation and buy / sell decisions across the corporate investment bank, capital markets and balance sheet management divisions. He created portfolio earnings scenarios based on different IRR, ROA, NIM, loan mix, credit quality and market interest rate assumptions.
Previously, Mr. Driscoll was part of Wachovia’s structured transactions development analysis group, responsible for creating reinvestment portfolio analysis for various funds for future growth. He also developed detailed filtering systems for loan selection, severity analysis and delinquency forecast analysis to be utilized in various asset securitizations. He analyzed periodic collateral collections and characteristics, as well as bond payment cash flows.
Earlier, Mr. Driscoll had responsibilities for Oracle and DB2 database administration in Wachovia’s enterprise agent applications group. He focused on system architecture, creating and supporting numerous development and production databases throughout the company. Additionally, he created several front-end applications for data capture, validation and reporting of information contained in the various databases.
Mr. Driscoll earned a bachelor’s degree in business management and computer information systems from Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, and an MBA from Wingate University in Wingate, NC.