This year at the 2019 Open Source Strategy Forum (OSSF) we brought together around 450 individuals at the cross section of finance, open source, and technology to share thoughts, knowledge, and insights on the direction of open source and open standards in financial services. What a great day! With representatives from nearly 150 companies (almost half representing financial services institutions) we think it’s clear that the financial services industry is embracing all that open source has to offer. We could go on an on but we’ll try to keep this recap brief. Read on to learn more about overarching themes from the conference, how to access presentations you may have missed and how to give us your feedback.
Videos and slides from all plenary sessions are now available and can be accessed below.
Videos and slides from the Open Project sessions are now available and can be accessed below.
Videos and slides from the Open Standards sessions are now available and can be accessed below.
Videos and slides from the Strategy and Culture sessions are now available and can be accessed below.
Videos and slides from the Policy and Process sessions are now available and can be accessed below.
If you or your team are looking for specific images from the event - please email us at email@example.com to let us know what sessions or anything else you might be looking for. Thanks!
We are forever grateful to our growing community for their commitment and hard work and were pleased to recognize three individuals in particular.
The Newcomer: Simon Laing, Scott Logic. Individual most active on FINOS projects within the last year.
Top Contributor: Andrew Stein, J.P. Morgan. Individual with the most activity on any FINOS project.
Leading the Pack: Alvin Shih, Morgan Stanley. Individual driving growth across a number of FINOS projects.
We’d like to know what you thought of the conference, what you thought worked, and where we can we improve. Please take a few minutes to complete this very brief survey.
Thank you again to our incredible speakers and to everyone who attended. And if you weren’t able to make it this year, we hope you’ll join us next year!
The FINOS Team
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