The Rise of Fintech for Investment Management
Giorgio Carlino, Chief Investment Officer, Multi Asset US, Allianz Global Investors
Set Financial Goals that Drive Shareholder Value
Henk P. Derksen, SVP, Finance & CFO, Belden
Investing With Discipline: Balancing the Health IT Risk/Reward Equation
Jason Joseph, SVP/CIO, Spectrum Health Delivery System
Managing Digital Transformation by IT and Security Teams
Elena Kvochko, CIO-Group Security Function, Barclays [NYSE:BCS]
James Geeslin, Vice Chairman and Chief Consumer Banking Officer, Extraco Banks
Due to the continued whirlwind of changes in the banking industry and shrinking margins, community banks across the nation are focusing more diligently on streamlining operations and enhancing efficiencies
Kevin Kroen, Partner, Financial Services Intelligent Automation Leader, PwC
Much of the redundant work in capital markets will go away as the result of a wholesale digital transformation… For now, though, incremental intelligent automation can really pay off.
Mona Mahajan, US Investment Strategist and Portfolio Manager, Allianz Global Investors
As we get later cycle in the US economy, we believe there should be more room for alternative assets in an investor’s portfolio.
Christopher Kennedy, VP-Quantitative Finance Manager, BankUnited [NYSE:BKU]
FinTech or simply financial technology, is moving at the speed of innovation. FinTech originally represented the shift of traditional brick-and-mortar banking to online and mobile platforms.
Michelle Taylor, VP, Digital Operations & Support, Univest
Emergency Managers See the World a Bit Differently.
Robert H. Brown, AVP, Center for the future of Work, Cognizant
Advances in technology, automation, interconnectedness, user experience, process analytics and machine intelligence have finally aligned to redefine and reshape the very nature of work
Ted Ryrie, MD, Sharp Decisions
The shared responsibility and cross-functionality which is highlighted in the DevOps environment grew out of the move to Agile methodologies and continuous integration development and delivery.
Scott Strickland, CIO, DMH Global
Analysts, experts, and observers often encourage CIOs to be aligned with the business. I disagree. Alignment is just the first step to a partnership relationship that allows real change.
Bradley Peterson, EVP & CIO, NASDAQ
I’ve spent the bulk of my career working in technology and product engineering across telecom, e-commerce and financial service industries.
Chris Isaacson, EVP & Global CIO, BATS Global Markets
The benefits of cloud computing for the capital markets sector are the same as for other industries, largely the ubiquity of data availability at scale and minimal cost to all constituents. We use it for some internal and external functions involving HR, sales and our boards.
Dr. John Bates, CTO, Intelligent Business Operations
Crises in capital markets are often hitting the headlines today. In 2010, a “Flash Crash” caused the Dow Jones Industrial average to tumble almost a thousand points before recovering most losses within 30 minutes.