Security is Only As Good As Your Weakest Link
Sam Schoelen, CIO, Continental Resources
Optimizing Your Investments in Technology by Avoiding the Distractions
Greg Driscoll, SVP, Service Operations & CIO, The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company
Financial Services Keep Pace with Consumer Expectations through Innovation
Terry Rodrick, VP of Cards & Payments, First Tech Federal Credit Union
Information Security Awareness - It's Time We Know What Works
Michael G. Carr, CISO, University of Kentucky
Portfolio analytics solutions are widely adopted by investors to navigate the capital market and manage their portfolios effectively. Various portfolio analytics solutions have emerged out lately, proving to be a boon for investors as they provide significant insights into the investment processes, by leveraging comprehensive algorithms, helping them derive profitability, while also forecasting the profitable financial instruments to invest in the future. They are capable of analyzing the portfolio’s current and historical exposures and use cumulated and security-level reports to view metrics including ratings, weights, valuation measures, and other ratios for the portfolios.
Peter Stone, CFO, The ADS Group
I started my professional career as a staff accountant for a large regional public accounting firm. As time passed, my knowledge expanded and my responsibilities changed with promotions to senior accountant and audit manager.
David Easthope, SVP, Celent
Ever changing, wearing a lot of hats. A CIO must be a master of the present and a predictor of the future.
Daniel Friel, CIO, International Securities Exchange Holdings, Inc.
At ISE, we use cloud computing as an innovation platform to support our research and development efforts and explore opportunities before bringing them to market. Given the latency requirements around operating a financial marketplace, the cloud is not a feasible alternative for our core production
Brad J. Bailey, Research Director, Capital Markets, Celent
The FX market is going through structural and secular shifts and absorbing regulatory and capital changes that have affected trading volumes.
John Shea, CIO, Eaton Vance
As the CIO of Eaton Vance, I’d be compelled to say that the role of a CIO has advanced over the years.
Sanjay Sidhwani, SVP, Marketing Analytics, Synchrony Financial
The quandary of big data in recent years is similar to looking at a rainforest. There is so much of it, it is not an issue of seeing where and what it is, it is the fear of not seeing the forest for the trees.
Laura Hazlett, Chief Financial & Administrative Officer, California College of the Arts
The recent increased ability to use data and analytics for decision-making has created remarkable opportunities for organizations to address issues quickly and effectively.
Tom Lutz, Senior Vice President & Chief Procurement Officer, U.S. Bank
Artificial–let’s call it Augmented– Intelligence is vital to delivering an improved customer experience both today and in the future.
Frances Hudson, Investment Director, Global Thematic Strategist, Standard Life Investments
Technology and regulation are key sources of change in financial markets. Technological innovation and mastery of data are increasingly differentiators for capital market participants.
Rob Palatnick, Managing Director & Chief Technology Architect, DTCC
As the technology has continued to evolve and mature, we are reaching an exciting phase where the ability to deliver upon DLT’s promise is becoming real.
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.