The State of Open Source in Financial Services

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Capital Markets in 5 Years Debate

Spencer Mindlin, Analyst at Aite Group, will lead a debate style discussion with industry experts on the impact of technology in capital markets in the next 5 years. The Audience will have a chance to have their say too, voting on the discussion topics. Below are a few of the confirmed panelists.

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Spencer Mindlin is an Aite Group analyst focused on capital markets technology, particularly front-office trading technology, execution and order management systems, market data platforms, exchange-traded funds, and emerging financial technology products.
Mr. Mindlin brings to Aite Group more than 15 years of experience in software and product development, trading, and consulting. Prior to joining Aite Group, he was a senior associate of audit and advisory services at Corsis, an IT advisory firm that assists venture capital and private equity investors, entrepreneurs, and C-level executives in assessing IT risks and opportunities. Prior to that, he founded and directed product management at eDeriv Technologies and spent nine years at Goldman Sachs, first as a senior product manager for Execution & Clearing, and then as a trader on the company’s exchange-traded fund market-making desk.
Mr. Mindlin has presented at a wide range of industry conferences and is regularly quoted in the financial media, including The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, CNBC/Money, Bloomberg Markets, Time, Pensions and Investments, Institutional Investor, and Traders Magazine. He has also given talks about electronic trading and ETFs at Columbia University, Kent State University, and City University of New York. He has provided live commentary for CNBC and CBS Radio.
Mr. Mindlin holds a B.A. with a concentration in Computer Science from Hamilton College, a post-baccalaureate certificate in Business and Finance from Columbia University, and an M.B.A. from Georgetown University McDonough School of Business in Washington, D.C. He has held FINRA Series 7, 55, and 63 licenses.

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