How major new technologies are changing Wall Street

April 25, 2022

April 25, 2022

5:00 pm To 6:00 pm

Online: ET (USA)

https://evbrw.se/36hxS7H

FREE

Event Description

How are new technologies, used by Wall Street firms, impacting their hiring decisions. Ronen Rub, R Squared Logic

Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and other Wall Street firms continue to be among the first to use the latest technologies to lift revenues and cut costs. What are the major problems which they seek to solve using new technologies? Which types of hardware and software are in big demand? How is this impacting their tech hiring? Are fintech startups a threat to the growth and profitability of Wall Street firms, as the venture capitalists in Silicon Valley foresee? These are among the issues to be discussed by Ronen Rub.

Ronen Rub, founder of RSquared, was earlier head of Application Development at MSD Capital, Michael Dell’s family office for 10 years; Chief Technology Officer at Waterfall Asset Management, a New York based credit manager; and leadership roles at Tradeworx, a FinTech start-up that focused on real-time analytical tools and wealth management applications. Ronen founded Macron Logic and was the co-founder of SYNEX. He earned a degree in computer science from Brooklyn College.

Organizers

Silley Circuits - New York's Business & Silicon Alley Network

http://www.silleycircuits.com/

About the Organizers

 Founded in 2011, Silley Circuits' activities include networking events, providing business leads, business and technical advise and capital and executive introductions.     Speakers at past events include CEOs John Mack of Morgan Stanley and Dick Fuld of Lehman Brothers; Eric Gertler Chairman US News; Alan Silberstein, CEO of Western Union; and Raju Narisetti, CEO Gizmodo & SVP strategy, News Corp and (Ret.) Maj.General John Wharton, former head of the Army's Research, Development and Engineering Command. Investors Howard Morgan of First Round, whose $500,000 investment in Uber in 2010 turned into $2.5 billion; Suzanne Greenfield VP of strategy and venture investing Priceline; Matt Hartman of Betaworks Ventures; Bruce Taragin of Blumberg Capital; David Teten of FFVC; and Navi Singh of Antler.  Founders of media, big data, finance, web, art, food, solar and other start ups, including Aleksandr Yampolskiy of Security Scorecard; Ahmed Elsamadisi founder Naviator.Ai and former head of data WeWorks; Boris Onefater of Constellation Partners; Nancy Fire of Design Works International; Divya Narendra, co-founder of SumZero and who, while studying at Harvard, co-founded ConnectU which hired future Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg; Don White of Satis.fi, a customer service app; Justin Zhen of Thinknum, a fintech company; Nelson Rockefeller Jr. founder of Frontier Signal; Richie Hyden co-founder Iris TV; Rick Oliver of online nursing school American Sentinel; Cheryl Surana of Brooklyn Cookie Co.; and Patrick Sullivan who sold his startup Source 3 to Facebook in 2017 and earlier sold Rightsflow to Google.        And technologists and executives including  Afshin Goodarzi, chief analyst 1010 Data; Bill Day, investor and COO, JWPlayer;  Cindy Cook, former head of marketing & strategy at Vivendi Games; Cliff Schorer director Columbia University entrepreneur program; Will Cohan Lazard banker and NY Times best selling author; Daniel Doubrovkine, CTO Artsy.com;  Janet Esquirol of CUNY/TedX; Marc Hustvedt CEO Above Average a video comedy producer; Michael Recce, chief data scientist at $330 billion Neuberger Berman fund management; Mukul Pandya editor in chief Knowledge@Wharton; (Ret.) Col. Patrick Mahaney former director U.S. Army Strategic Studies Group; Christine Loomis senior consultant Lee Hecht Harrison; Stefanie Shelley, finance executive and board member Green Bancorp; Kurt Soderlund CEO of Safe Water Networks; Sree Sreenivasan, chief digital officer of the Met Museum; Lori Tauber Marcus chief of marketing, Peloton.  Attendees, ranging from 10 to 300, include invite only founders, technologists, investors, executives, creative folk and students.    Formats include informal chats and panels; also networking parties twice a year.   At our events we raise money for Stop Soldier Suicide, the New York Center for Books and other charities. Details of past events and photos in links below. Some of the events are recorded and turned into podcasts or videos.http://www.silleycircuits.com/previous-events/      

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