Leading the charge: Nitin Tandon spearheads Vanguard’s tech ambitions

The asset manager’s CIO is drawing on his past experiences to propel the 49-year-old firm into the future.

Nitin Tandon is sitting in his office in Malvern, Pennsylvania. Recalling his interview from September with consulting firm Metis Strategy, the chief information officer of Vanguard cringes. In the YouTube video, he describes Vanguard as “fast followers” when it comes to experimenting with emerging technologies.

“What we do with the emerging technologies is plot them along a time to maturity versus impact,” Tandon explained in the interview. “We take a deliberate and informed position on each

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