Data-driven Education Management
Laura Hazlett, Chief Financial & Administrative Officer, California College of the Arts
Another Spin to Regulatory Compliance. The Hidden Potential of Structured Documentation
Anastasia Dokuchaeva, Head of Partnerships, ClauseMatch
Three Key Themes to Shape the Remainder of the Year
Mona Mahajan, US Investment Strategist, Allianz Global Investors
How Big Data is Painting a New Picture of Properties and Portfolios
Mikhail Palatnik, Vice President, Product Management, Insurance & Spatial, CoreLogic
Trade and technology—these two sectors are becoming intertwined every passing day, thanks to the demands for more accurate and faster results. CFOs are not mere spectators to this ever-changing nature of the trading scenario; most organizations are leveraging technology best practices with traditional systems enhanced with third-party solutions. All attempts are directed at the sole objective—reviving the market from the regulatory changes made during the financial crisis, along with the shrinking volatilities in the global cash equities markets.
Bill Martin, CFA, Chief Investment Officer, INTRUST Bank
AI applications may present advisors with best next actions for servicing and retaining clients based on deep analysis of internal and extaernal client data.
Howard Bruck, CIO, Sterling National Bank
CIOs are making the business case that banks compete and win by being better at leveraging technology to win customers and operate efficiently.
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.
Rich Carroll, CFO, WGroup
As the CFO for WGroup, a leading technology management consulting firm, I’m in a unique position to understand how critical it is for IT and Finance departments to work together.
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.
Brad Mitchell, CIO, CTBC Bank Corp. (USA)
Regulations like the Anti Money Laundering/Bank Secrecy Act(AML BSA) demand strong risk assessment and control of activities typically associated with money laundering.
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.
Ann Neidenbach, CIO, Convergex
As Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Convergex, I have the privilege of having the unique vantage point to both witness the latest IT enhancements/opportunities and to have a seat at the table to analyze.
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.
Michael Carrel, SVP-IT & CIO, Enterprise Applications, Nationwide
There is a digital revolution in progress and businesses everywhere are undergoing a transformation in response.
Stephen Cooper, Head of Technology, Liquidnet
Investment in service orientated architecture needs to be carefully managed to avoid being saddled with barriers and duplication across platforms.