Innovations in Market Surveillance and Monitoring
Dr. John Bates, CTO, Intelligent Business Operations
Looking Forward: IT Trends in 2017
Ann Neidenbach, CIO, Convergex
Opportunities within Machine Learning & Payments Data
Jonathan Orritt, Data Scientist, Santander UK
New Alliances will Drive FinTech Innovation
Sheri Rhodes, Chief Technology Officer, Western Union
Dan Armstrong, Chief Digital Officer, Customers Bank
In survey after survey, customers state that they expect their bank to look to the future, pay attention to trends, and protect their information and their money
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.
Denise Zabawski, CIO, Nationwide Childrens Hospital
Turning a concept into a project and subsequently a reportable outcome as any CIO can tell attest is not easy. First we had to understand Big Data and define what it means for our organization.
James Bates, VP, Finance Shared Services, The MENTOR Network
Working at The MENTOR Network as vice president of Finance Shared Services, I am responsible for running the finance functions.
Ganesh Iyer, Director, Global Product Marketing Financial Markets Network, IPC
The need for market participants to rapidly acquire and share information in this new landscape is reshaping the relationship between the buy-side and the sell-side.
Saro Jahani, CIO, Direct Edge
As in other industries, technology is making business much faster and this will continue to be a big story in capital markets in 2014.However, speed requires stability. At Direct Edge, I have developed and executed against a "Stability and Latency Roadmap." Since stock exchanges are classified by
Brian Jacobs, MD, VP, CMIO & CIO, Children’s National Health System
One approach that illustrates our success in improving care is through the use of real-time hospital unit-based quality and safety boards.
Safwan Zaheer, Director, Financial Services Digital & Head of FinTech, KPMG, USA
Bank Chief Information Officers (CIOs) have a tough balancing act on their hands. They have to help the bank become digital to serve new needs of its digital customers and at the same time prevent placing burden on existing IT and operations
Roger Hu, Partner, Financial Markets & Wealth Management Leader, IBM Global Business Services
As investors recover from the recent financial crisis, the individualized need for wealth management has never been more acute. Gone are the days when pension plans or social security provided assurance for retirement.
Robert Savage, CEO, CCTrack Solutions
What we have found is that technology is necessary to fill the gaps in risk management in FX portfolios, as diversification of risks is not enough.
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.