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Greg MacSweeney is editorial director of InformationWeek Financial Services, whose brands include Wall Street & Technology, Bank Systems & Technology, Advanced Trading, and Insurance & Technology.
Articles by Greg MacSweeney
posted in July 2008
Twenty-four year securities industry veteran joins ID theft protection vendor as CIO
In a recent roundtable, panelists offered advice on why it is important for hedge funds to increase transparency, perform "checks and balances" on valuations, add dedicated risk management functions and have a business continuity plan for trading operations. Ultimately, these practices will help reduce hedge fund risk and improve investor protections.
Early in the summer of 2007, Wall Street was counting its good fortune. In early summer 2008, the markets are still trying to figure out what went wrong.
Trent Gavazzi, a former Wall Street CIO, has launced QuickWaters Software, a consolidated risk management alert software provider.
Catching up with technology leaders John McKinley, Mitchel Lenson, Bob Sauvageau and Jon Beyman.
Former global CIO now analyzes and advises potential investments on technology and operations capabilities
AIP suite of services supports hedge funds, single hedge funds, real estate investment trusts (REITs), private equity funds, and energy, equipment, and commodity pool funds.
Not only will Citi's new CIO Marty Lippert also take on the duties of corporate operations and technology chief operating officer, but the responsibilities will come with extremely high expectations -- namely helping Citi right its ship.
In a follow up to our news article from yesterday about Fidelity Investments hiring Daniel Petrozzo as CIO to oversee overall technology strategy and Ronald E. DePoalo, as CIO of Fidelity Institutional Products Group, my colleague John Soat of InformationWeek has some more analysis and information on the moves on his