Unlocking the Potential: Tech Insights and Strategies


Tuesday 20th June 2023 | 2 pm (UK)


| Neil Thomas, Managing Director, Goldman Sachs

| Alan James Anderson, Head of Liquidity Technolgy, Standard Chartered


It is imperative to remain ahead of the curve by embracing cutting-edge technological advancements and leveraging them to their full potential.

In this session of the Treasury Broadcast, guests Neil Thomas (Goldman Sachs) and Alan James Anderson (Standard Chartered Bank) addressed the technological challenges in bank treasury, stretching across liquidity and funding management, collateral, capital and transfer pricing.

During this session, we focused on tackling the technology challenges encountered across each of these areas. Sharing their expertise, Neil and Alan guided us through effective strategies for addressing these challenges before providing their own take on how recent market events have impacted prioritization in their institutions.

In this session, we discussed:

  • The key technology-related obstacles banks face when implementing real-time solutions for cash, securities and collateral
  • How recent events have impacted banks’ technology priorities
  • The elements that ensure seamless integration and data interoperability
  • How to architect global platforms in a way that allows flexibility to meet local business requirements
  • How banks frame the issue of build vs buy when it comes to treasury management systems
  • The classes of new technology that hold promise for enhancing efficiency in treasury operations


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Session #2 Guests



Neil Thomas

Managing Director, Goldman Sachs

Neil is the global lead of real-time liquidity management systems in the Corporate Treasury Division in Goldman Sachs. His primary focus is the strategic re-architecture of the real-time cash and liquidity systems to re-engineer data flows, algorithms, and workflows to improve intra-day liquidity management decisions. A career of 19 years in Goldman Sachs in a number of engineering leadership roles across execution and risk management functions.

Alan James Anderson

Head of Liquidity Technolgy, Standard Chartered Bank

Alan is responsible for implementation and support of technology platforms supporting the following Treasury/Finance Functions: Liquidity Regulatory Reporting, Liquidity Risk, Balance Sheet Management, IRRBB, Funds Transfer Pricing and Intraday Liquidity.


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