Armstrong Wolfe Points of View
The CCO 250
POV provided by Maurice Evlyn-Bufton, CEO, Armstrong Wolfe, Jeff Fernandez, Partner, Armstrong Wolfe Partners and Larry List, Partner, Armstrong Wolfe Partners
August 2020, Monthly Minutes
The Industry must focus on developing a Cultural Surveillance capability to meet the Conduct challenge
POV provided by Maurice Evlyn-Bufton, CEO, Armstrong Wolfe
Part 1 Asia Conduct Forum Series
September 3rd 2020
POV: The impact of Technology on the Continued Evolution of the COO's Mandate
POV provided by Monel Amin, CEO, DiligenceVault
Tracy Springer, Corporate Counsel, Yield Street
Gordon Grant, Partner, Armstrong Wolfe Partners and WCOOC Ambassador
POV: Trade Expense
Inviting Cognizant to present their POV
POV provided by Maurice Evlyn-Bufton, CEO, Armstrong Wolfe and Alex Duggan, Platform Head of Brokerage, Fees and Billing, Cognizant
POV: Surviving. Thriving. Resetting
POV offered by written by Maurice Evlyn-Bufton, CEO, Armstrong Wolfe
Meeting the leadership challenge presented by COVID-19 and a dislocated workforce with the theme of Surviving. Thriving. Resetting
The business case for advancing the Surveillance Strategy now
POV offered by Larry List,
Armstrong Wolfe Partners
Verbal interactions (internally and externally) are still key to markets and banking businesses, and now remote working and associated risks become the main drivers. Read more on the business case for advancing the Surveillance Strategy. Larry has more than 30 years of experience in senior COO and CCO roles primarily within global banking organizations and is also currently a Strategic Advisor to VoxSmart.
The views expressed in this POV are based upon the opinions and observations of Larry List.
The case for no change in WFH
until January 2021
POV offered by Maurice Evlyn-Bufton,
CEO, Armstrong Wolfe
Following running 4 COO Cluster Calls last week, buy and sell side, U.S. and U.K., to discuss the attached, the creeping consensus appears to be 'no change' until Q1 2021 [or a maximum anticipated of 25% of staff having returned and rotating back into the office and WFH]. Employers need to plan and invest in their technology and people accordingly.
The views expressed in this POV are based upon the opinions and observations gathered by AW’s CEO in moderating over 60 COO forums since the beginning of March, attended by over 300 COOs from over 30 countries.