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Continuous Innovation: The Future of Engineering at Goldman Sachs

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Learn how our engineers are incorporating new innovative technologies to transform our businesses to solve the most challenging problems.

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Date: Tues 15th February 2021

Time: 17:30 - 19:00 GMT

Location: Online Event

RSVP: https://byp-network.com/networks/events/68706

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At Goldman Sachs, our Engineers don’t just make things – we make things possible.

The 21st century has been defined by the stark rise in digital threats. At Goldman Sachs, our cyber security engineers are on the front lines of this modern battle. Join this interactive event to hear how our engineers protect our clients and the firm, implementing solutions to monitor and manage cyber security risks, and identifying vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by attackers.

Learn how our engineers are incorporating new innovative technologies to transform our businesses, and to solve the most challenging and pressing engineering problems for our clients.

Key takeaways include:

- Learn how our engineers proactively tackle emerging cyber security threats

- Discover how applying innovative technologies can transform existing business processes

- Hear practical tips on navigating career mobility (both within your existing company and externally)

Speakers Include:

Clare Ashley, Vice President, Technical Project Manager

Clare Ashley, is a Senior Vice President in the Cross-Divisional Projects and Architecture team within Core Engineering at Goldman Sachs. She joined the firm in 2010 focused on delivery of large scale transformational projects. During her time at the firm she has worked on a vast number of initiatives, most recently she has been focused on LIBOR remediation and Digital Assets projects. Clare has also held a number of roles in the diversity and inclusion space including her current role as Co-head of the EMEA Black Engineers Network.

Cornelius Namiluko, Vice President, Software Engineer

Cornelius Namiluko heads the Global Security Architecture team, which helps deliver cyber security protections and secure designs. He has been at Goldman Sachs for over 5 years. Prior to joining the firm, Cornelius earned a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Oxford, and worked at KPMG as a security architect.

Emmanuel Adenitire, Vice President, Software Engineer

Emmanuel Adenitire is a Senior Vice President within the Global Markets Trading Platform and leads globally the ION Engineering team which is responsible for the quoting & workflow tools used by FICC traders & sales to transact with clients across various FICC standardized flow products (e.g. bonds, swaps, Credit derivatives, etc.). Emmanuel is passionate about promoting diverse talent and currently co-heads the EMEA Black Engineers networks.

Toks Daramola, Vice President, Software Engineer

Adetokunbo (Toks) Daramola is a Vice President with Goldman Sachs Transaction Banking where he is an engineer focused on building the franchise's new cloud-native business platform. Prior to this role, he started in the Enterprise Platforms/Technology Infrastructure groups and worked on building Marcus UK Consumer banking business. He is currently on track to complete an executive management degree with the Said Business School, University of Oxford. Toks is co-head of EMEA Black Engineers Network Recruiting Pillar.

Christa Mpundu, Vice President, Technical Project Manager

Christa Mpundu is part of the Asset Management Technology Projects team. She joined Goldman Sachs after graduation as a full-stack software engineer in 2015 and later took mobility as a technical project manager focusing on managing large-scale commercially-impacting projects, involving solving complex micro and macro technology and business problems. Christa is co-head of EMEA Black Engineers Network Recruiting Pillar.

Yinka Omole, Associate, Software Engineer

Yinka joined the firm as a software engineer in 2018 into IBD Deal Link Engineering. He studied Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Covenant University, Nigeria.

In his time in the firm, Yinka has contributed to a lot of initiatives and drives within Deal Link, leading multiple efforts to improve the product experience of our investment bankers by building rich, responsive UIs and reliable backends.

Yinka is a member of the EMEA Black Engineers Network Career Development Pillar.

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