Geoff Fite has been in financial technology for more than 20 years, and is Principal of Fite Analytics, an independent consulting firm specializing in financial technology projects. Most recently, Geoff was President of BondEdge Solutions, acquired by Intercontinental Exchange. Geoff was part of the team that created Moody's Analytics, where as Chief Operating Officer he led the creation of a software business that is now a leader in the bank and insurance technology space. Earlier in his career, he led a large financial application as CTO/COO of mPower, which was acquired by Morningstar.
Geoff holds a master's degree in East Asian Languages and Cultures from Columbia University and a bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of California, San Diego.
FCA, Chair of the Audit Committee, Chair of the Governance Committee
Frank Barr is an independent chartered accountant and business consultant with extensive experience in the private, public and voluntary sectors.
He is the chair of the Risk Management and Governance Board of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants and served as the Assistant Auditor General of British Columbia for twenty years. Frank lives in Victoria, B.C.
Director, Chair of the Compensation Committee
Takashi Yuri has served with TechMatrix Corporation, a Japanese systems development and integration firm, since 1987 and as its President and CEO since April 2000. TechMatrix is a publicly traded company listed on the 1st section of Tokyo Stock Exchange, specializing in providing cutting edge IT technologies and its originally developed Cloud services. TechMatrix's revenue has grown more than three times during his tenure of presidency. He is an executive member of Japan Association of New Economy (JANE).
Takashi received a bachelor's degree in architecture from Waseda University in Japan in 1983. He resides in Tokyo, Japan.
Philip Brittan has nearly 30 years’ experience as a technology and business leader, primarily in the FinTech space.
Philip spent the first half of his career as an entrepreneur CEO, founding and running three start-up firms. He went on to Bloomberg, where he built the Foreign Exchange trading business. At Google, Philip oversaw Google Finance and managed a portion of the Google Local Search offering. In 2011, he joined Thomson Reuters, where he successfully turned around their flagship financial desktop, Eikon, and then went on to unite a fragmented software development and operations effort. He was named the CTO and Global Head of Platform of the Financial and Risk Division, where he managed a globally-distributed team of over 6,000 product and technology professionals.
He is currently General Partner of Crazy Peak LLC, an early technology business investment and advisory firm, and holds a degree in Computer Science from Harvard.
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