Alan Haughie, SVP-Finance & CFO, ServiceMaster Company
Scott Blake, SVP & CIO, Bangor Savings Bank
Patricia A Watson, EVP and CIO, TSYS [NYSE: TSS]
Jamie Samans, Director, Information Systems Security at American...
Bill Genovese, Principal, WGroup
Blockchain, fintech, big data and IoT are just some of the buzzwords of new technology the Banking CIO has to sift through.
Christopher Kennedy, VP-Quantitative Finance Manager, BankUnited [NYSE:BKU]
FinTech—or simply financial technology—is moving at the speed of innovation.
Drew Carrick, Associate Director of Academic Budgets and Grant Compliance, Long Island University
Whereas the year-end is the accountant’s most stressful time of the year, the budgeting season is the financier’s most stressful time of the year.
Kevin Held, CFO, TradingScreen
I used to say that a budget was only worth the paper it was written on. Fifteen years ago, the budget was created in a spreadsheet and was a static document.
Ken Judd, CFO, Keste
A CFO’s two main goals are to reduce enterprise risk and maximize enterprise value. To do so effectively, you need actionable data that will allow you to manage your resources and maximize
Tim Schaefer, Executive Vice President - Client and Digital Experience, Northwestern Mutual
Fintech is one of the largest and fastest growing industries, with new innovations and digital technologies ranging from lending and payments to financial planning constantly being
Bin Duan, SVP, US Head of Model Risk Execution, TD
The term "Machine Learning" (ML) was an even older discipline emerged from computer science. It is a branch of AI where a computer algorithm is trained to autonomously learn from data without being explicitly programmed to do so.
Frank Tian, VP Risk Management, Union Bank
With increasingly interconnected systems, there are more entry points for cybercriminals. Third-party risk management needs to be an integral part of the bank’s cyber strategy
Rahul Merchant, EVP & CIO, TIAA-CREF
Putting the customer first is one of TIAA-CREF’s core values. However, without the proper tools and expertise, the cacophony of customer feedback can sound like static coming from every direction.
Ian Swanson, CFO, Delicato Family Vineyards
“In the post-capitalist society, it is safe to assume that anyone with any knowledge will have to acquire new knowledge every four or five years or else become obsolete”.
Joe Lichty, Director of Marketing, Keane Unclaimed Property
Conducting a Risk Assessment or Self-Audit is one of the most effective ways to establish a compliance baseline
David J. Rodgers, SVP & CFO, Briggs & Stratton Corp
In today’s increasing compliance environment, if you don’t get number one right, you don’t have a shot at providing sound business advice.
Steve Ellis, EVP, Head-Innovation Group, Wells Fargo
Over the last 30 years, the world has become increasingly computerized.
Bertrand Dussert, VP, HCM Transformation and Thought Leadership, Oracle
It’s no secret that digital transformation is happening and dramatically affecting the pace of business, both externally with customers, vendors, and partners, but also internally with regard to employees.
Isaac Sacolick, CIO and CTO, Greenwitch Associates
Technology has to take an active role transforming the business. In financial services and especially in banking, this is likely a digital transformation where most of the business is already happening through digital and mobile channels.
Sarah Dawson, CFO Tech Outlook
Change is difficult, but the reality is that there are sufficient, compelling, cost-justifiable reasons to automate, especially when it comes to accounts payable
Sarah Dawson, CFO Tech Outlook
By developing a strategy and a full range of cash-flow scenarios, businesses can more meaningfully compare digital initiatives against other investments.