Alessandro Petroni, Head of Strategy for Financial Services, from FINOS member firm Red Hat, shares his insights on open source trends for financial services in 2019. We share his optimism and look forward to increased openness and collaboration across the industry in 2019.
FINOS and Executive Director, Gabriele Columbro were featured recently in a Frost and Sullivan article titled: Movers & Shakers Interview with Gabriele Columbro, Executive Director of the Fintech Open Source Foundation (FINOS).
Attend an event about open source development and collaboration in financial technology, and you will see developers and executives from Capital One, Barclays, JPMorgan Chase, BlackRock and perhaps a handful of other financial institutions, along with open-source-focused vendors like Red Hat (now part of IBM).
You’re unlikely to see community bankers, regional bankers or very many actual bankers at all.
Clovyr’s Amber Baldet was at the FINOS Open Source Strategy Forum to announce a partnership with IHS Markit on the FINOS Decentralized Ecosystem Growth Program and here discusses the specific needs of enterprises and the potential of open, decentralized systems.
FINOS Platinum Member Red Hat's (www.redhat.com) Alessandro Petroni, Director and Head of Strategy for Financial Services, recently published an article about their plans to speak at the Open Source Software Forum (OSSF) in London, November 14th and 15th.
FINOS, and Executive Director Gab Columbro (@mindthegabz), were featured in a recent Benzinga article. Here's a snippet:
FINOS Foundation Executive Director Gab Columbro (@mindthegabz) recently participated in a Tearsheet podcast to discuss a number a topics on the financial industry’s growing adoption of open source. You can listen to the interview here.
A recent article on The Desk (www.fi-desk.com) profiles Dwayne Middleton, US Head of Fixed Income Trading for FINOS member Morgan Stanley.
We're excited to announce that FINOS Foundation Executive Director, Gab Columbro (@mindthegabz) will be speaking at the Community Panel discussion during Symphony Innovate October 3rd, 2018, at the Conrad, in New York City.