Representatives from across all Morgan Stanley businesses including capital markets, wealth management, private banking, investment management, corporate funding and technology were all there to see and learn about the participating startups. And with attendees representing such a wide array of the company, it also meant that there was a wide array of different companies and technology being showcased.
Overall, this was a great event for networking with a lot of diverse and high-level people from within Morgan Stanley and the larger fintech community. One common thread is that data is playing an increasingly important role across fintech, and we need better ways to access and use it. And with all the innovations coming out of the industry right now, it’s clear that those better ways are right around the corner – if there not here already.
Elsen is doing its part when it comes to capital markets. The Elsen nPlatform gives asset managers a way to use incompatible data and modern technology to generate alpha, construct new products, and optimize data vendors. It allows any financial professional – including people in investment, research and analytics roles – to transform the way they work by letting them use data to guide investment decisions without having to rely on teams of expert programmers.
It’s a privilege to be recognized by Morgan Stanley for the work we’re doing and to have been invited to the FinTech Summit. It’s certainly an exciting time for fintech, and we’re glad to be a part of it!
Zac keeps Elsen running. From recruiting and managing a top-performing executive team, to driving critical decisions and developing partnerships with world-class companies, he ensures all areas of the business are aligned with the company’s strategic goals.