Collaboration to minimise post-trade risk

John O'Hara Operations, Perspectives

Financial services firms are facing the most significant operational challenges in decades. Transactions must now be processed in a shorter time, with lower fail rates and at higher volumes, and all aspects of trading-related communications need to be recorded, captured …

Innovation on a shoestring

John O'Hara Operations, Perspectives

September was the start of budget season, when department heads must make their case for new funds from the central pot. In recent years, costs and revenues have been allocated more assiduously, in line with both capital constraints and regulatory …

Beyond traditional solutions

John O'Hara Operations, Technology

With unprecedented pressure on operations finding more productivity is critical, but with a squeeze on resources and reduced budgets COOs need to look beyond traditional solutions to tackle the problem.

O’Hara interviewed by The Banker

Taskize Video

As part of The Banker’s Tech Talk series, technology editor Joy Macknight speaks to John O’Hara, CEO of Taskize, a fintech start-up which helps back office staff work more efficiently across banks. If you cannot access YouTube from your location, please click …

Disruption through harmonisation

John O'Hara Operations, Technology

Financial institutions must work cohesively to implement business changes and realise efficiencies both through automation and the harmonisation of manual processes in their existing post-trade operations before they can unleash ambitions of introducing disruptive technologies into the mix.

Technology has to be the servant of the business

John O'Hara Operations, Video

Speaking to John Gubert of GTL Associates at NeMa 2016 in Dubrovnik, John O’Hara, CEO & Founder of Taskize, discusses the implementation of blockchain in the post-trade industry, and embracing innovation. Click here to see the original video on YouTube.

Power to the People

John O'Hara Operations, Technology

In a period of extraordinary technological innovation, it’s still people that make innovation a reality.  The people in the middle and back office who manage the supply chain, answer calls at the service centres and create workflows to handle the …