Technology Is Important, but So is Good Process like Table Top Exercises to Mitigate Risk
Georgette Kiser, CIO, The Carlyle Group
Cryptocurrencies-Are You Preparing?
Bill Miller, CIO, EMS USA, Inc.
Taking Portfolio Analytics to the Next Level
Paul Algreen, CIO, SVP, Janus Capital Group
Alternative Assets—When Complexity, Not Capacity, is the Technology Challenge
Ed Brandman, CIO, KKR & Co. L.P.
Capital markets landscape is in a state of flux- owing to the influencing factors such as regulatory requirements, increasing market competition, and evolving business and operating models. However, cutting edge technologies have risen to secure the interests of parties involved in the trading ecosystem, with modern electronic trading platforms aiding in reducing costs and improving the quality of investment decisions.
Steven Pae, SVP-IT, CIT
Technology has transformed commerce in many ways we couldn’t have anticipated a few years ago. The business of lending and leasing is no different.
Jim Gasaway, CTO, Kount
There are seemingly hundreds of emerging technologies that claim to protect institutions and make transactions safer, but it’s almost impossible to keep up with what’s new and what actually works.
Tom Quaadman, Executive Director, Financial Reporting Policy and Investor Opportunity, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Much has already been written about the transformative power of blockchain technology, particularly as a method of dramatically improving the efficiency of payment, clearing, and settlement services.
Curt Schumacher, VP & CTO, Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE)
In the financial world, the scope and impact of information technology evolves rapidly. The role of chief technology officer (CTO) at a U.S. financial.
Todd Larson, CIO, Sentinel Benefits & Financial Group
Over the past few decades, the financial services industry as a whole has been witnessing a proliferation of pooled investment products.
Daniel Friel, CIO, International Securities Exchange Holdings, (ISE Holdings)
The exchange industry is more competitive than it has ever been. As technologists, it is our job to fuel the business by enhancing trading functionality while also maintaining strict cost management.
Ken Barnes, SVP, Corporate Development, Options IT
Technologies relevant to the financial services community come and go with varying degrees of signal to noise, and of course more often than not skew towards the latter end of that spectrum.
Keith Dennelly, CIO, Asset Management, Fidelity Investments
For years, the technology team serving Fidelity Investments’ asset management division was managed as a collection of independent groups that built customized solutions for their respective business areas.
Nin Desai, CEO, NIN Ventures
NIN Ventures (or NIN.VC) is a first of its kind crowdfunded technology venture capital fund to be raised, managed, and reported online using the JOBS Act and the General Solicitation Rule.
Mark Palmer, SVP of Engineering and General Manager, TIBCO Software
Why? The proliferation of data in motion has led to a complete transformation of operating procedure in many industries, but especially in financial services.
Arthur Riel, Director of Infrastructure & Middleware Engineering, The World Bank Group
Perceptions about technology in the World Bank have shifted over the past few years.