Profile of Mitchel KraskinCo-founder and CEO, Compliance Science
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Mitchel Kraskin is co-founder and CEO of Compliance Science, Inc. ("CSI") which has developed several groundbreaking governance, risk management and compliance solutions. With over twenty five years of executive experience managing the creation and delivery of software-based compliance solutions for investment advisors, asset managers, investment banks and brokerage firms, Mr. Kraskin is a pioneer and thought leader in the GRC space. Prior to founding CSI, he was the founder and CEO of Compliance Tools, Inc., a software company that introduced Personal Trading Surveillance automation via intranet based enterprise software. Mr. Kraskin has led software design and development teams for trading systems, compliance systems, portfolio/risk management systems and other applications that support trading activity. Earlier in his career he was a derivatives trader at Citicorp North American Investment Bank, held senior positions at trading software vendors Merrin Financial and The Longview Group, and was a consultant at Morgan Stanley Asset Management. Mr. Kraskin is also an inventor with a patent in rule compliance systems and rule definition languages. He is a graduate of Columbia University.
His career has included derivatives trading at Citicorp North American Investment Bank, senior positions at trading software vendors Merrin Financial and The Longview Group and consulting at Morgan Stanley Asset Management.
Articles by Mitchel Kraskin
Even when all parties know the rules about sharing non-public information, it's clear more tools and logic are necessary to stem the free flow of sensitive data.
What would happen with a long-term outage to financial systems or the nation’s critical infrastructure? Businesses aren’t even close to being prepared.
The digital revolution hasn't yet reached all four corners of the enterprise. Paper-based data and manual workflows are hotspots for risk and are ripe for modernization.
Don't look now: The SEC is actively increasing IT spend and quant recruitment to enhance forensics in financial management systems. The implications for the financial services industry are enormous.