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Growth No Longer CIOs' No. 1 Priority

Industry experts discuss the challenges facing Wall Street CIOs in 2009.

After a painful year, the industry is looking forward to putting 2008 behind it. In 2009, however, most CIOs' top priority will not be supporting the business's growth objectives. Rather CIOs will be tasked with running an efficient IT organization and dealing with new compliance demands, among other challenges, with much less resources than in previous years, according to a panel of industry analysts who spoke with Wall Street & Technology on camera. Keep your eye on WallStreetandTech.com for those exclusive videos, coming soon.

Julio Gomez, Mayiz Habbal, Rob Hegarty, Robert Iati

Julio Gomez, Founder, Gomez Markets

Mayiz Habbal, Managing Director, Securities & Investments Group, Celent, an Oliver Wyman Co.

Rob Hegarty, Managing Director and Practice Leader, Securities & Investments and Insurance, TowerGroup

Robert Iati, Partner, Global Head of Consulting, TABB Group


The Topics
RISK MANAGEMENT

WEALTH MANAGEMENT

DERIVATIVES PROCESSING

REGULATION

LOW-LATENCY TECHNOLOGY

ROLE OF THE CIO

OTHER IT PRIORITIES
Greg MacSweeney is editorial director of InformationWeek Financial Services, whose brands include Wall Street & Technology, Bank Systems & Technology, Advanced Trading, and Insurance & Technology. View Full Bio

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