Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 41: BNY Mellon CIO Suresh Kumar

Dan chats with BNY Mellon's head of technology about financial firms use of open source and dealing with regulations efficiently.

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Sell-Side Technology deputy editor Dan DeFrancesco and WatersTechnology US editor Anthony Malakian record a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology.

Dan chats with Suresh Kumar, chief information officer at BNY Mellon, about why financial firms need to be more open and willing to share with one another via open source (2:30). He also discusses when he believes financial firms will begin contributing back into open source (14:30). Suresh then talks about the best way to tackle the ongoing stream of regulations (16:50) and gives advice to firms about the importance of having your voice heard with regulators (22:07). Dan and Anthony wrap things up discussing the start of the NBA season (24:50) and a feature in Outside magazine about the feral cat situation in Hawaii (30:05).

 

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Links to articles discussed:

Waters Profile of Suresh Kumar

Open to Open Source

Asia Pacific Financial Information Conference

European Trading Architecture Summit

Waters USA

 

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Past episodes:

Episode 1: Bloomberg Terminals, Work Force Issues

Episode 2: Blockchain, StatPro-Investor Analytics Merger

Episode 3: Dark Pools, SEC, Enterprise Risk 

Episode 4: Flash Crash, MiFID II, Blockchain on the Buy Side, DMMs

Episode 5: Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 5: Linux Vulnerability, Bitcoin vs. Blockchain

Episode 6: FBI vs. Apple, LSE-Deutsche Börse Merger

Episode 7: Machine Learning, Climbing the Corporate Ladder

Episode 8: Consolidation of Risk Platforms, Open Source

Episode 9: Cyber Risk North America, Deutsche Börse-LSE Deal

Episode 10: Markit-IHS Merger, FIA Boca

Episode 11: Future of Exchanges, Bussmann Departure, Apple-FBI Closure

Episode 12: Open Source, Reg AT, Panama Papers

Episode 13: TruMid, Innovation Labs

Episode 14: NATAS, Sell-Side Technology Awards

Episode 15: Consolidated Audit Trail

Episode 16: Sifma Ops, Nasdaq, Fixed Income

Episode 17: Regulatory Landscape, Fixed Income, Blockchain

Episode 18: Dos and Don'ts for PR People

Episode 19: BNP's Growth Plans, Buy Side KYC

Episode 20: CAT, Unbundling Research, June Features

Episode 21: Toronto Information and Tech Summit, Fintech Regulation

Episode 22: Blackstone CTO Bill Murphy

Episode 23: Brexit, Fintech Innovation Lab, TSAM

Episode 24: Blockchain Adoption with Richard Johnson, Greenwich Associates

Episode 25: Buy Side KYC, User Experience

Episode 26: Wei-Shen Wong, Waters Hong Kong Reporter, Talks Fintech in Asia

Episode 27: Trading Turrets, Sifma's CAT Comment Letter

Episode 28: Larry Malakian (aka, Tony Malakian's Dad)

Episode 29: LedgerX's Paul Chou and Zach Dexter Talk Bitfinex Hack

Episode 30: Northern Trust's Vijay Luthra Talks Disrupting Data Centers

Episode 31: HFT Debates, RBC's Head of Tech and Ops, PTFs

Episode 32: Seed CX CEO Edward Woodford, State of SEFs

Episode 33: IEX's Ronan Ryan

Episode 34: CurveGlobal CEO Andy Ross

Episode 35: September Features with Emilia David

Episode 36: Thomson Reuters-Redi Deal, Chicago Trading Technology Summit

Episode 37: CBOE-Bats Deal, Machine Learning for Social Media

Episode 38: Bruno Campenon, BNP Paribas Securities Services

Episode 39: Blockchain Features

Episode 40: North American Buy-Side Technology Summit

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