Good morning and welcome to Insider Finance. I’m Dan DeFrancesco, and here’s what’s on the agenda today:
- These are the 21 people you need to know if you want to start a family office.
- Manuela Veloso, JPMorgan’s head of AI research, details the seven key themes her team is focused on.
- Goldman Sachs’ CEO David Solomon teased at a potential bump in pay for junior bankers in a few weeks.
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These are the 21 advisors, accountants, and lawyers to know if you’re thinking about starting your own family office
As global wealth surges, more people are looking to start family offices to take control of their finances. We spoke to more than a dozen industry insiders to compile a list of people you’ll want to know before starting a new family office.
JPMorgan’s top AI research exec details the 7 challenges her PhD-packed task force are trying to solve for the bank
From financial crime to employee empowerment, Manuela Veloso outlined the main challenges her team is trying to solve with AI. Here’s what else she and her team are working on.
The CEO suggested the firm might look to raise comp in line with competitors in August during the bank’s second-quarter earnings call. Here’s what he said.
Fifth Third just tapped FIS to replace its $165 billion deposit system with a cloud-native one that’ll cut its development cycle to 1 month
Fifth Third is modernizing its legacy core with a shift to the cloud. Get the full rundown here.
The growth of third-party trading firms are pushing banks to up their own tech capabilities. Read more on that here.
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