Is Hadoop the secret weapon to lead the financial services marketplace to turning big data into profit?
The last ten years have seen Hadoop move from storage cost killer to contender for the next do-or-die platform in financial services. Financial Services technology organizations have used Hadoop for problems as varied as advanced risk management, operational data stores, compliance, consumer application development, data visualization, and real-time processing.
But what’s the inflection point at which Hadoop turns from a Swiss-army knife of use cases to a new foundation that rearranges how the financial services marketplace turns data into profit and competitive advantage? Arcadia Data proud sponsor of this panel of expert practitioners to look into the near future to see if the inflection point is at hand.
Please join us on Wednesday, Sept. 28th from 5:25–6:05pm at Strata+Hadoop in New York City to hear from:
- Matt Turck, Managing Director at FirstMark Capital, focuses on investments in the enterprise, data, fintech, and education sectors. Matt is the founder of the Data Driven NYC meetup, the largest big data event in NYC.
- Einat Burshtine, Head of Data and Analytics organization for Infrastructure within Credit Suisse, is responsible for strategy and implementation of all Data related products.
- Shui Cheung Yip, Senior Manager of Pershing Business Analytics Services, holds a PhD in mathematics from University of Maryland and a PhD in engineering from Columbia University. Shui is part of a select group recognized with The BNY Mellon Best of Class – Individual Award for consistently delivering superior results that align with client priorities and organizational success.
- Alasdair Anderson, Executive Vice President at Nordea Bank in Copenhagen, is responsible for ensuring that the bank data platforms supply timely, accurate and trusted data to internal and external subscribers. Alasdair is also responsible for the delivery of the bank Financial Crime Intelligence and Analytics platform.