Our governing board brings together executives and senior technologists from several of the world's largest banks, financial technology providers and big tech software vendors. Its overaching mission is to establish the general direction of the Foundation in its ongoing efforts to tackle the hardest challenges facing the financial services industry.
Colin Eberhardt is the Technology Director at Scott Logic, a UK-based software consultancy that creates complex applications for financial services clients. Colin is an avid technology enthusiast and prolific technical author and speaker on a range of technologies. Colin has been actively involved in the open source community for more than 15 years and spends his evenings contributing to open source projects, writing blog posts and learning as much as he can.
Dave Treat is a Senior Managing Director, leading Accenture’s Tech Incubation Group which includes its Blockchain and Multi-Party Systems business which he formed in 2015, as well as its Extended Reality, and Quantum Computing businesses. He is also the Global Technology Lead for Capital Markets business and has nearly 25 years of experience in Financial Services. Dave serves on the Board of Directors for the Linux Hyperledger Project, Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, Global Blockchain Business Council (Board Chair), Interwork Alliance, and the ID2020 Alliance. Dave is a member of the World Economic Forum C4IR Global Blockchain Council, Digital Currency Governance Consortia, and Project Advisor for the World Economic Forum’s Digital Identity Initiative and the Known Traveler Digital Identity project. He is a program advisor for the Chamber of Digital Commerce, and co-Chairs the New York Fintech Innovation Lab. Dave holds over 101 blockchain patents and pending patents and was named one of the Sci-Tech 100 2018: The Architects of the Future by Silicon Republic.
Randy Goldsmith is a Managing Director at Tradeweb, and a member of the firm’s Institutional Technology team. He oversees Rates Technology initiatives and projects across Interest Rate Swaps, Government Bonds, Repurchase Agreements and Mortgage-Backed Securities. Prior to joining Tradeweb in 2015, he spent more than 10 years at J.P. Morgan’s investment bank. He held various roles within Technology, before assuming responsibility for Rates E-Commerce Product Management. He also worked within the New Product Development group driving projects across investment bank business lines.
Randy holds a B.S. from Florida State University.
Andrew Aitken is the GM and Global Open Source Practice Leader for Wipro Ltd., a premier global systems integrator, and a leading open source strategy consultant. In his 22 years of experience he launched the industry’s first open source strategy consulting firm, Olliance Group (acquired by Black Duck Software), launched the Open Source Think Tank held in Napa, CA and Paris, France - a highly regarded event regularly attended by over 100 top open source thought leaders for over 10 years. Andrew has advised organizations such as the White House Office of CIO, Microsoft and IBM, more than 20 startups and VC firms, and dozens of other enterprises on their open source strategies.
John Mark Walker is the Director of the Open Source Program Office at Capital One. Before joining Capital One, John Mark was a long-time practitioner and advocate of open source collaboration, leading open source efforts at Red Hat, EMC, Gluster, Hyperic, and SourceForge.
The meeting was hosted in London at JPMorgan. Minutes (approved during July 17th 2019 Board of Directors meeting) are available here.
The meeting was hosted in New York at RBC. Minutes (approved during October 23rd 2019 Board of Directors meeting) are available here.
The meeting was hosted in New York at Citi. Minutes (approved during January 22nd 2020 Board of Directors meeting) are available here.
The meeting was hosted in London at Deutsche Bank. Minutes (approved during April 22nd 2020 Board of Directors meeting) are available here.
The meeting was conducted via video and audio conference. Minutes (approved during the April 22nd 2020 Board of Directors meeting) are available here.
The meeting was conducted via video and audio conference. Minutes (approved during July 15th Governing Board meeting) are available here.
The meeting was conducted via video and audio conference. Minutes (approved during the October 21st Governing Board meeting) are available here.
The meeting was conducted via video and audio conference. Minutes (pending Governing Board ratification) are available here.