Paul R. Obermeyer
Paul R. Obermeyer, Executive Vice President, is the leader of Comerica Inc.’s Enterprise Technology and Operations group. He is a member of Comerica's Management Executive Committee. Enterprise Technology and Operations, also familiarly known as the Service Company, is comprised of the following units:
- Enterprise Payments, which provides domestic and international transaction processing services for the check, ACH, wire, and cash payment channels. Additionally, this unit supports card operations, provides exception processing and related support services for each of the named payment channels, and also leads the development and execution of the corporation’s payments strategy.
- Lending & Trade Services, which supports the bank’s various commercial and specialty lending capabilities with loan documentation, collateral management, loan servicing, letter of credit, and trade-related international payment processing services.
- Information Technology, which provides application development, engineering, and testing services, data management and analytics platforms, enterprise architecture, technology strategy, and information security services.
- Technology Operations, which provides data center management, application hosting, network operations, and end-user support services.
In his 35 years of banking, Obermeyer has developed broad-based experience in credit underwriting and administration, relationship management, operations management, strategic planning, and technology management. Prior to his current position, Obermeyer was responsible for the Service Company’s Enterprise Payments Group. He joined Comerica in 1992.
Obermeyer has a B.A. in Economics from Brown University and an M.B.A. from The University of Texas.
Mr. Obermeyer is a board member of The Clearing House Payments Company, most recently serving as the Board Champion for the Enterprise Risk Committee of The Clearing House Payments Company. He also serves as a board member for the Citizens Research Council of Michigan.
Prior industry affiliations include serving as a board member of ECCHO, including a two-year term (2005-2006) as Chairman of its Board of Directors. He was also a member and past Chairman of the SVPCO Business Committee, a unit of The Clearing House.