Information Mosaic’s CEO John Byrne to Participate on Technology Discussion at Sibos Osaka

Dublin - 22 October 2012

John Byrne, Founder and CEO of Information Mosaic, the global leader in advanced post-trade automation solutions, will be participating in a discussion on technology issues facing the securities industry at the Sibos conference in Osaka, Japan.

Byrne’s round table discussion, titled, “The renewal of the technical platform of securities services providers: a mind bending challenge?” focuses on the issues facing financial firms when considering the automation of securities processing. Topics such as the utilization of modern technologies, implementation timeframes, addressing regulations and regional market practices in a global deployment, and support for multiple lines of business, will be examined in depth.

Moderated by Herwig Temmerman, a Partner in the global consultancy firm, Kurt Salmon, Byrne will be joined on the round table discussion by Paul Bodart of T2S; Alain Felix of Pictet; and N. Ganapathy Subramaniam of Tata Consulting Services

The annual Sibos conference is the world’s premier financial services event, bringing together influential leaders from the industry’s leading financial institutions, multi-national corporations, and technology solution providers. Facilitated and organized by SWIFT, the provider of the world’s largest communications platform for financial messaging, Sibos is a global forum for examining current issues in securities, payments, cash management, and trade finance.

Byrne is a frequently requested speaker and is often quoted in the financial press for his insight into the transformation of post-trade operations through automation. He is an accomplished entrepreneur, having founded a successful software company in the power automation sector prior to establishing Information Mosaic in 1997.

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