Director of Data Science & Business Development, Data Analytics HSBC
Matthew started his
career at UBS Investment Bank in 2010 post his academic studies where he
specialised in Mathematics, Statistics and Economics. From 2010 to 2013, Matthews’
early career led him to his passion for influencing organisational change using
data. During his time at UBS; Matthew spent time as a trading assistant, client
onboarding associate and a data change analyst responsible for designing &
implementing data architectures against new regulations.
Wanting to be a part
of building a Chief Data Office (CDO) from the ground up; Matthew left UBS to
join HSBC in 2013 as the 2nd official hire of the HSBC Americas CDO.
From 2013-2015, Matthew spent his years in Mexico City and Sao Paulo charged
with building new Data Management & Analytics programs.
From his latest
work in Sao Paulo; Matthew had a hypothesis of using distributed networks +
machine learning to solve a long standing problem of Data Organisation. In
2017, this HSBC incubated initiative was fully operationalised in the US,
serving the Americas region and embedded into day to day operations. This
initiative transformed overnight, how data was catalogued, organised and
enriched – leading to new business insight and efficient data management.
Due to the
successes in the US; Matthew was then asked to lead the roll out of this program
globally, under HSBC’s Global Banking & Markets Division, therefore making
him Global Head of Data Engineering and senior lead of the Big Data organisation.
Since Jan 2017, Matthew has assembled a global team of over
one hundred experts; two data labs in London, UK and Toronto, CA, organised
greater than 300 disparate applications into re-usable data assets and powering
new insights for Global Banking & Markets with growing business and
Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Matthew.
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