Moiz Kohari, State Street Bank
Moiz Kohari is responsible for the enhancements to State Street Bank’s digital enterprise architecture, and the creation of the next-generation digital enterprise that delivers on-demand secure computing capabilities, driven through machine learning paradigms and all pertinent FinTech disruptive technologies. The Office of Architecture’s charter is to work closely with all business units and end user clients to provide for the most impactful information technology innovations.
Until recently, Mr. Kohari served as EVP/Head of Global Technology Innovation for the London Stock Exchange Group — Responsible for blockchain, cognitive computing and low-latency initiatives across all Group companies, driving advance research for the entire trading life cycle, starting from pre-trade/trade components to post-trade technologies related to clearing and settlement.
Previous to joining LSEG, Mr. Kohari served as CTO, Novell Inc. — Responsible for the Service Provider focused Cloud Computing initiatives at Novell, responsible for security, management, and operating system products to deliver highly integrated cloud focused offerings. Mr. Kohari’s responsibilities included providing software and services to the Financial Services vertical with specialization in low-latency initiatives. Mr. Kohari was also the founder/CEO of Mission Critical Linux, a company dedicated to introducing enterprise software capabilities into the Linux operating system.
Blockchain technologies in the financial sector are revolutionizing business and transactional processes, including financing, payments, investments, financial information and advice, and asset management. In this interactive session, key FinTech experts share their views on blockchain and how new distributed ledger technologies can disrupt the execution of financial services transactions and the potential implications blockchain could have on financial stability and regulation. Topics covered will include:
Digital transformation is driving a seismic shift in the investment industry. A recent State Street Bank study found that 64% of financial services firms plan to adopt blockchain technology over the next 5 years. In this session, examine blockchain’s fast-growing role in financial services and explore the role that distributed ledger technology is playing in State Street Bank’s own digital transformation development projects. By attending, you will: