Donald Ogilvie, Former American Bankers Association Chief, Joins Deloitte as Independent Senior Advisor
...NEW YORK, Sept. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Deloitte & Touche USA LLP announced today that Donald Ogilvie -- who served as president and chief executive officer of the American Bankers Association (ABA) for two decades -- has joined the organization as an independent senior advisor to its banking & finance industry group.
A highly respected leader in the banking industry, Ogilvie will advise Deloitte's
U.S. and global banking and finance industry clients on the critical issues facing their industry, as well as helping to shape innovative and forward-thinking solutions to these developments."Don Ogilvie is a strategic addition to Deloitte's banking and finance industry group," said James H. Quigley, CEO of Deloitte & Touche USA LLP.
has long been a strong force in the industry, serving all of the leading banks, and I'm looking forward to being a part of its banking and finance industry group," said Ogilvie
, I'm joining a group of talented individuals that will, together, continue to focus on the critical issues facing our clients and the industry -- and develop and apply solutions, including several initiatives already underway, to meet their ever-evolving needs."During his
tenure at the ABA
from 1985 to 2005, Ogilvie
oversaw the growth and development of the largest financial services trade association in the world.There, he
represented banks of all sizes across the country, with a staff of more than 350 people in Washington, D.C.He was also executive vice president of the International Monetary Conference, a group of CEOs at the 80 largest financial institutions in the world during that time; now he works with this group as a consultant."Deloitte is fortunate to have the opportunity to leverage the insights and experience of Don Ogilvie," said Jim Reichbach, the national industry leader of Deloitte & Touche USA's banking & finance industry group.
...Prior to his ABA service, Ogilvie was a corporate vice president of Celanese Corp. for five years, reporting directly to the CEO.From 1974 to 1976, he served in the Office of Management and Budget in the Executive Office of the President in the Ford Administration.Currently, Ogilvie is chairman of ABA International, where he oversees the trade association's international activities in Europe and China, and is the executive-in-residence at the Yale School of Management.