Preparing Finance for a Changing World: Essential Strategies for Financial Institution CFO’s
The pace of technological change is inextricably linked to consumer expectations and these trends are reinforcing and accelerating the speed of change to which financial institutions must adapt. Together with heightened financial and security risks and a dynamic macroeconomic environment, the demands on CFOs in financial services are unprecedented. During this time of technological and digital transformation, CEOs are turning to the CFO to serve as a trusted advisor, not just for finance-related issues, but in all areas of business.
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Vice President - Marketing Strategy - Financial and Risk Management Solutions, Fiserv
Danny Baker is the Vice President of Market Strategy within the Financial & Risk Management Solutions (FRMS) division at Fiserv, Inc. (NASDAQ: FISV). He is responsible for the overall market strategy and business development for the company’s risk management, performance management and enterprise financial accounting solutions.
He joined the FRMS division in 2002 as senior vice president and chief technology officer, bringing 21 years of combined banking and global technology experience.
He has served as controller and vice president of information services at a Dallas-Fort Worth bank; vice president of technology services at the Signature division of Fiserv; and senior vice president and director of market and application systems at Harland/Formation Technologies. Prior to joining Fiserv, Baker was senior vice president of global research and development at London Bridge/Phoenix International.
During his 37 years in the financial services field, he has gained expertise in all facets of financial services technology, key disciplines including data analytics and decisioning, business intelligence, and integrated strategic risk management, and is a frequent presenter, author and consultant for financial industry conferences, associations, trade publications and analysts.
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