Xenomorph CEO Brian Sentance Named Top Financial Technologist by Institutional Investor
July 19, 2016
New York, London and Singapore – July 19, 2016 – Xenomorph Chief Executive Officer Brian Sentance has been named as one of the world’s top financial technologists by Institutional Investor. This is the second year running that Sentance has made the magazine’s Tech 50 hall of fame, validating the continued success of Xenomorph, the enterprise data management technology provider that he co-founded 21 years ago.
“The award reinforces Brian and Xenomorph’s ability to continue pushing the envelope in data management technology and the increasing importance that the financial industry is placing on enterprise data management,” said Naj Alavi, managing director Americas at Xenomorph.
This year Xenomorph expanded its big data capabilities by integrating its TimeScape EDM+ platform with NoSQL document database MongoDB. Previous developments have also seen Xenomorph launch a cloud-ready instance of its data management platform and a cloud-based analytics marketplace.
“I am deeply honored to be included in Institutional Investor’s Tech 50 list for another year,” said Sentance. “This distinction is just as much Xenomorph’s as it is mine. The developments we’ve made to our business make us a true leader in enterprise data management and I am thrilled to lead Xenomorph’s strong team in facilitating innovation in our industry.”
The Institutional Investor Tech 50 is a highly competitive ranking that honors leading technologists in the financial industry who are able to develop better, faster and more affordable technology services.
About Brian Sentance
Brian is CEO and one of the founder directors of Xenomorph, where he is responsible for setting and managing company strategy. Prior to Xenomorph, Brian headed the pricing models development team in the equity derivatives group at JP Morgan, London, having previously completed a PhD in interest rate risk optimization at the Centre for Quantitative Finance, Imperial College, University of London. He is married with two children and his interests include cycling, tennis and reading.
Xenomorph develops software solutions for financial markets that enable both technologists and business users alike to manage, cleanse and analyze more data, more quickly. These solutions are used by trading, research, risk, product control, IT and back-office staff at investment banks, brokerages, insurers, hedge funds and asset management companies worldwide. Established in 1995, Xenomorph has offices in London, New York and Singapore.
For more information on our clients, services and solutions, please visit www.xenomorph.com.