VIDEO: FinanceAsia discusses fintech revolution at Milken Asia Summit

Former Credit Suisse boss Brady Dougan, Two Sigma's Kenny Lam, WorldQuant's Mike DeAddio, Finastra's Akber Jaffer and Almoayed Technologies' Abdulla Almoayed explain how fintech will reshape investment banking, trading and retail banking.

Artificial intelligence and regulatory changes are revolutionising financial services around the world. Combined, these two forces are creating opportunities and challenges for industry practitioners.

Leading industry practitioners discussed the future of financial services at the Milken Institute's 2019 Asia Summit


  • Brady Dougan, founder of Exos Financial, a challenger wholesale financial institutional platform. Dougan was formerly the chief executive officer of Credit Suisse for a decade, steering the Swiss bank through the 2008 Global Financial Crisis
  • Kenny Lam, CEO of Two Sigma Asia Pacific, a technology-driven investment manager with $60 billion of assets under management. Previously, Lam worked at McKinsey and was president of one of China’s one of the largest Chinese wealth and asset managers, Noah
  • Mike DeAddio, president and chief operating officer of WorldQuant, a global quantitative investment manager based in Connecticut with over $10 billion of assets under management 
  • Akber Jaffer, chief strategy officer and chief of staff at London-based financial services software provider Finastra
  • Abdulla Almoayed, chief executive officer of Almoayed Technologies, the first licensed open-banking provider in the Middle East & North Africa
  • Moderator: Alison Tudor-Ackroyd, managing editor of FinanceAsia





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