About a-team Marketing Services
The knowledge platform for the financial technology industry
The knowledge platform for the financial technology industry

A-Team Insight People

DTCC Promotes Lynn Bishop to CIO

Subscribe to our newsletter

DTCC has appointed Lynn Bishop as chief information officer with responsibility for the ongoing development and testing of the technology that supports DTCC’s post-trade infrastructure, communications networks, processing and messaging systems, as well as the IT applications underlying DTCC’s products and services. Bishop is a member of the firm’s management committee and reports directly to DTCC CEO, Michael Bodson. She was previously DTCC’s chief development officer (CDO) and, before that, chief technology officer.

Subscribe to our newsletter

Related content

WEBINAR

Recorded Webinar: Approaches to managing corporate actions data

Corporate actions data is key to high quality reference data, which in turn is key to efficient and effective data management processes that support not only regulatory compliance, but also business initiatives. So, how best can corporate actions data be managed, what challenges does it present, and what solutions are available to help financial institutions...

BLOG

Duco Names Michael Chin as CEO, Former CEO Christian Nentwich Remains as Board Member

Duco, an SaaS provider of AI-powered data automation, has named Michael Chin as CEO with immediate effect. He succeeds the company’s founder Christian Nentwich, who steps down as CEO after a tenure of over 10 years but remains as a board member. Duco was acquired by Nordic Capital in 2021 and has since accelerated growth...

EVENT

AI in Capital Markets Summit London

The AI in Capital Markets Summit will explore current and emerging trends in AI, the potential of Generative AI and LLMs and how AI can be applied for efficiencies and business value across a number of use cases, in the front and back office of financial institutions. The agenda will explore the risks and challenges of adopting AI and the foundational technologies and data management capabilities that underpin successful deployment.

GUIDE

Corporate Actions Europe 2010

The European corporate actions market could be the stage of some pretty heavy duty discussions regarding standards going forward, particularly with regards to the adoption of both XBRL tagging and ISO 20022 messaging. The region’s issuer community, for one, is not going to be easy to convince of the benefits of XBRL tags, given the...