With an increased focus on client profitability, capital and new regulations, banks are breaking down internal silos…
Stuart McClymont Stuart has been in investment banking operations for over 20 years. Stuart started his career in the city with Merrill Lynch where he spent 8 years. During his time there, he was involved in a number of derivative operations functions and became the European Head of Derivatives Operations. Stuart chaired a number of industry trade association steering committees and was Deutsche Bank’s board representative on a number of industry vendor Boards. More recently, Stuart drove Market Initiatives across both the Investment Bank, Transaction Bank and Asset Management. In parallel to this external strategic investment-facing role, Stuart set up the Business Architecture function at Deutsche Bank. He was both the profession owner across the bank but instrumental in the creation and leadership around the Group Architecture function. Stuart joined JDX in March 2014 and is responsible for identifying and embracing cutting edge technology and aligning them with both skilled and cost effective resources, reshaping the way institutions do business.
The Operations Support Model: Its evolution, how far the industry has come and where the industry is going
July 10, 2014 - Stuart McClymont - 0 Comment
Operations functions have changed over the last few years. The functions were previously in-house, siloed and reactive…
Deal or No Deal – How Firms Are Preparing for Brexit
Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union—barring a last-minute change of heart from the British parliament—will start on...