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Managing Technology Requirements for Investment Banking
by Mr Malcolm Harrow
 

Speaker

Mr Malcolm Harrow
Corporate & Investment Bank Shared Services and Processing Centre Lead,
Asia Pacific Senior Technology Officer, South Asia
Senior Technology Officer, Singapore
Technology Hub Lead, Singapore

DATE 23rd March 2016, Wednesday
VENUE Seminar Room 3-1
School of Information Systems
Level 3
Singapore Management University
PROGRAMME
6.30pm
(Refreshment & Registration)
7.00pm to 8.00pm
(Presentation by Mr Malcolm Harrow)
8.00pm to 8.30pm
Q&A
 

Synopsis

Managing Technology Requirements for Investment Banking

With the slowing down of global economy, operating in a highly competitive investment banking environment, stringent regulatory compliance and emerging disruptive players, investment banks are at the crossroads of finding new business models. Investment banks are exploring technology and how to make better use of them to reposition and build a more sustainable operating business model.

This presentation will look into the challenges, now and in the future, and how investment banks can leverage on technology to regain their competitive edge.

 

About the Speaker

Mr Malcolm Harrow

Malcolm is the head of the Shared Services and Processing Centre for the Corporate & Investment Banking Technology in the Asia Pacific region. He is also the Senior Technology Officer of Singapore and South Asia covering India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and Pakistan. In addition, Malcolm is the Technology Hub Lead for Singapore and a member of the Asia Pacific Technology Operating Committee.

Prior to joining J.P. Morgan in 2012, Malcolm held senior technology management roles in UBS and Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

In these roles, he led large scale development and support activities across Investment Banking, Wealth Management, Treasury Services and Corporate Technology.

Malcolm has a Computer Science degree from the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom.

 
 
 
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