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Episode 10  |  35:52 min

Data For the Win: The Power of the Information Exchange with Paul Margarites

Episode 10  |  35:52 min  |  03.22.2021

Data For the Win: The Power of the Information Exchange with Paul Margarites

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This is a podcast episode titled, Data For the Win: The Power of the Information Exchange with Paul Margarites. The summary for this episode is: <p>Paul Margarites is an Executive Director at J.P. Morgan Chase who founded and led the Treasury Ignition program and possesses over 12 years of experience driving digital transformation at global investment banks and management consulting firms. In this episode, Clayton and Paul discuss data security, blockchain in financial services, and the power of the information exchange.</p>

Paul Margarites is an Executive Director at J.P. Morgan Chase who founded and led the Treasury Ignition program and possesses over 12 years of experience driving digital transformation at global investment banks and management consulting firms. In this episode, Clayton and Paul discuss data security, blockchain in financial services, and the power of the information exchange.

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Paul Margarites
Executive Director, J.P. Morgan Chase
As an Executive Director at J.P. Morgan Chase, founding the Treasury Ignition program, Paul Margarites possesses over 12 years of experience at global investment banks and management consulting firms to drive digital transformation across industries. Paul is a product and strategy leader who specializes in client relations, launching new initiatives, and investing in high growth opportunities. He is skilled at developing, scaling, and running successful digital products through rapid prototyping across cross-functional teams and FinTech partnerships. Paul is also a thought leader and strategic thinker with numerous presentations and publications.
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