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Industry expert John Perry joins Chartis Research

 

17 November 2015

Chartis, the leading provider of research and analysis on the global market for risk and compliance technology, has announced that John Perry has joined its Advisory Board focusing on the role that technology plays in facilitating the governance, management and measurement of risk within the banking industry.

John Perry has over 40 years’ risk, compliance and technology experience within the international banking sector. Much of this experience is based on various senior roles within the HSBC Group including Investment Banking and Global Markets in New York, Toronto and Sydney, operations and IT systems development in Europe and Brazil, financial control in the Middle East and Global Markets systems strategy in Hong Kong. While at HSBC John also managed the roll-out of the Basel 2 project for the Global Corporate Banking & Markets Division, sat on the Board of the Group's Middle East subsidiary and managed the Group’s independent model risk review function. More recently John has been acting as a senior consultant to the British Bankers’ Association coordinating banking industry responses to the Basel Committee, EBA and Bank of England.

“Our research shows that the financial technology market is going through a transformational phase driven by regulatory change, increased use of digital channels and lower profit margins,” says Peyman Mestchian, Managing Partner at Chartis Research. “We are delighted to have John Perry as a member of our team. His practitioner level experience and global network of contacts will further strengthen Chartis’s knowledge-base and insight on these important market drivers.”

"I am very excited to join Chartis's research and advisory team," commented John Perry, Advisory Board member at Chartis. "Chartis's unique combination of industry experience and research is helping to shape the future of the risk and compliance technology industry".