FinTech Goes Open Source with Rob Underwood, Chief Development Officer of FINOS


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In today’s episode of the Wharton FinTech Podcast, Ryan Zauk sits down with Rob Underwood, Chief Development Officer of FINOS. FINOS, short for the FinTech Open Source Foundation, is a global community creating open-source solutions for financial services. As a community of people, companies, and events, FINOS’s purpose is to accelerate collaboration and innovation in financial services through the adoption of open-source software, standards, and best practices. Their 30+ member organizations include Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Github, Citi, Symphony, and many more. They have over 300 contributors developing over 40 open-source projects. Before FINOS, Rob served as CTO at Relay Graduate School of Education; was Executive Director of TeachCS; founded CodeBrooklyn; and later, after starting his own consulting firm, TTM Advisors, advised and consulted for edtech startups such as Codesters. Before these roles, Rob was a senior manager at Deloitte Consulting, LLP and KPMG Consulting/BearingPoint. Earlier in life, Rob spent time both teaching and working in Japan after graduating from Colby College. In this episode, Rob covers: - The genesis of FINOS and its purpose - How the world’s leading financial services and tech companies get involved with FINOS - How these brutally competitive firms work together - Some of the most exciting projects they’re taking on - His love for the Grateful Dead and Phish …And much more To learn more about FINOS, you can click the links below as well as find Rob on Twitter at @BrooklynRob.

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