Crowdsourced security platform Bugcrowd has hired Nick McKenzie as its chief information and security officer and Sammie Walker as chief marketing officer.
Undeterred by its recent travails, social media giant Facebook has started asking large American banks to share detailed information about their customers in order that it can offer new services to its two billion-plus users.
Telstra has appointed Warwick Bray as its chief financial officer
Leading global financial institution JP Morgan has revealed it is investing $30 million in new technology to better meet the needs of Australian super funds and institutional investment firms - including rolling out iPad and iPhone apps that deliver in-depth financial analysis to senior executives. It has also announced that one Australian, and three New Zealand institutions have signed up for its recently released collateral management system developed to help reduce risk associated with complex investment portfolios.
DST Global Solutions today confirmed the successful completion of phase one of its Taxation of Financial Arrangements (TOFA)-ready program throughout key client sites within Australia. The enhancements to its flagship investment administration management solution, HiPortfolio, were co-developed with the company's Advanced User Group (AUG) community to prepare for the administration of the new legislation responsible for the commercial recognition of gains and losses. The initial TOFA-ready sites include members of this network of fund managers, third party administrators and custodians such as National Australia Bank, BNP Paribas Securities Services and J.P. Morgan Worldwide Securities Services Australia and New Zealand.
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