Roundtable: Credit Suisse, Broadridge and Banco do Brasil Discuss Adaptability in Times Of Uncertainty
How Financial Institutions Can Better Weather A Crisis Through The Power Of Technology
The financial services sector has been one of the key driving forces of digital transformation, leveraging modern technology to solve their toughest challenges, drive operational efficiencies and enhance customer experiences.
However, in times of uncertainty, such as the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, financial firms have to be increasingly resilient and agile to navigate ahead.
In an environment of increasing volatility coupled with the challenges of remote working, financial institutions will have to develop strategies and adopt new approaches to stay competitive.
About this session
At the InterSystems Virtual Summit this year we brought together a panel of technology leaders in financial services to share how they are preparing their organisations to be more resilient for any future crisis while leveraging opportunities for innovation and leadership that have arisen from the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this panel discussion you’ll learn:
- How to manage volatility through effective planning and organisational architecture.
- The best practices to roll out remote working effectively.
- How to utilise data and analytics for digital transformation to drive greater economic value.
- The importance of building partnerships and staying compliant with regulations.
- How to build resilience throughout your organisation while maintaining customer satisfaction.
Learn how industry leaders, from banking to fintech, are utilising data & analytics to solve their regulatory compliance, market trading and operational scalability challenges.
Meet the Panel
Jittu Lulla – VP, Innovation Architect at Broadridge Financial Solutions
Broadridge Financial Solutions spun out of ADP in 2007 to become one of the largest financial technology firms in the country. Over the past two years, Jitendra Lulla (Jittu), VP, Innovation Architect, Broadridge Financial Solutions has been involved in building a cloud-based architecture for Wealth America’s Management platform, a strategic initiative at Broadridge, which integrates data from over 40 disparate internal, client, and vendor applications.
With the help of InterSystems IRIS® data platform, Broadridge developed a flexible, best-in-class data architecture to keep up with its challenging and evolving requirements.
Marinela Tudoran – VP, Innovation Architect at Broadridge Financial Solutions
Marinela Tudoran is a Managing Director in Credit Suisse’s Global Markets Technology division, based in New York. She is a technology leader with a career spanning more than 20 years with the bank and several leadership roles in Europe and Asia. She has led Credit Suisse in developing one of Wall Street’s most competitive electronic trading platforms.
As the Global Head of Electronic Trading and Cash Equities Technology, Mariela leads an internal team of technologists based in New York, London, Singapore and other regions.
Alexandre Conceição – VP, Innovation Architect at Broadridge Financial Solutions
Alexandre Conceição is the CIO in BB Tecnologia e Serviços, a subsidiary of Banco De Brasil, that provides technology solutions to the bank. The company creates customized solutions and works together with a suite of vendors and partners including Oracle, Cisco and Red Hat.
Alexandre is leading the organization in spearheading the Open Banking project that seeks to include the under-banked in Brazil. This is done by offering an integration hub, built by InterSystems technology, to foster a self-regulated environment and develop an ecosystem of co-operation between fintech firms and banks.
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