Unrealistic Expectations: 7 Capital Markets CIOs Discuss Current Challenges, Opportunities

An inside look at new technologies disrupting the market, and the ever-challenging 'people equation'.

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Gudrun Neumann and six other heads of tech look at new technologies disrupting the market, and the ever-challenging 'people equation'.

Capital markets' CIOs face unrealistic expectations from pretty much everyone in the firm of pulling rabbits out of hats in improbable time frames, irrespective of the size of their technology budgets, their technology team's experience and depth of talent, and the acuteness of the business or operational need behind every request for support.

Waters spoke to seven capital markets' CIOs ─ Barney Dalton (Aspect Capital), Matthew Taylor (NCB Capital), John Shea (Eaton Vance), Gudrun Neumann

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