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Matthew Davey

Matthew Davey

Head of Business Solutions

Societe Generale Securities Services

Matthew Davey has over 25 years of experience in senior management positions within the securities services industry.

Matthew Davey began his career as a business analyst at J.P. Morgan (previously Morgan Guaranty Trust Co.). He joined State Street Bank & Trust in 1996 to hold various positions in relationship management and investment operations outsourcing, both in Europe and the US. In 2007 he returned to J.P. Morgan to manage custody products for the UK pension fund segment, before heading up complex deal and programme management for UK asset managers. Matthew Davey went on to coordinate bid management at HSBC in 2011 and was later appointed head of consultant relations for the EMEA region. In 2014 he was appointed Senior Vice President and Head of Asset Manager client relations for the UKMEA region at State Street Bank & Trust, before leaving the bank in 2016.

In 2013, Matthew Davey was a member of the Outsourcing Working Group Steering Committee and was the lead author for the group’s report into outsourcing oversight considerations for asset managers. He also contributed to its recent Addendum, which was published in November 2016.

Matthew Davey holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Pathobiology with Chemistry from Reading University.

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2019
Artificial intelligence in financial services: myth and reality
There is no doubt that artificial intelligence (AI) is set to fundamentally alter the financial services world. Customer...
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There is no doubt that artificial intelligence (AI) is set to fundamentally alter the financial services world. Customer experiences will be enhanced, fraud detected and opportunities unearthed. However, at the moment the hype is overwhelming the potential, and firms first need to have a better understanding of where the technology can have the greatest...
Artificial intelligence in financial services: myth and reality
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