Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 22: Blackstone CTO Bill Murphy

Dan and Anthony are joined by Blackstone CTO Bill Murphy, who talks business vs. technology, vendor pitches and much more.

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Dan and Anthony welcome their inaugural guest, Blackston CTO Bill Murphy. Bill discusses what bothers him about the "business vs. technology" debate (1:30), what makes a good, and bad, vendor pitch (12:00) and what he looks for when hiring someone (17:30). The guys also discuss the US Open (22:28) and the NBA finals (28:23). 

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Links to articles discussed:

Empire Builder: Blackstone CTO Bill Murphy

 

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Past episodes:

Episode 1: Bloomberg Terminals, Work Force Issues

Episode 2: Blockchain, StatPro-Investor Analytics Merger

Episode 3: Dark Pools, SEC, Enterprise Risk 

Episode 4: Flash Crash, MiFID II, Blockchain on the Buy Side, DMMs

Episode 5: Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 5: Linux Vulnerability, Bitcoin vs. Blockchain

Episode 6: FBI vs. Apple, LSE-Deutsche Börse Merger

Episode 7: Machine Learning, Climbing the Corporate Ladder

Episode 8: Consolidation of Risk Platforms, Open Source

Episode 9: Cyber Risk North America, Deutsche Börse-LSE Deal

Episode 10: Markit-IHS Merger, FIA Boca

Episode 11: Future of Exchanges, Bussmann Departure, Apple-FBI Closure

Episode 12: Open Source, Reg AT, Panama Papers

Episode 13: TruMid, Innovation Labs

Episode 14: NATAS, Sell-Side Technology Awards

Episode 15: Consolidated Audit Trail

Episode 16: Sifma Ops, Nasdaq, Fixed Income

Episode 17: Regulatory Landscape, Fixed Income, Blockchain

Episode 18: Dos and Don'ts for PR People

Episode 19: BNP's Growth Plans, Buy Side KYC

Episode 20: CAT, Unbundling Research, June Features

Episode 21: Toronto Information and Tech Summit, Fintech Regulation

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