“The cost to comply with all of that [post-2008] regulation has actually forced firms to reduce what they spend on revenue generating opportunities… That’s created a situation where revenue growth hasn’t been as dramatic or as aggressive as it has been in the past.”

From incubators to hackathons, from the buy-side to the sell-side, fintech is consistently finding new places and avenues to develop. For John Avery of SunGard, that represents an opportunity to find technological solutions to industry-wide problems — the sort of redundant occurrences that drain a company’s coffers and employees’ time that could have been spent on innovation.

In this video Avery shares his experience rolling with the punches in a fintech career that featured the decision to choose Wall Street over Silicon Valley, a big firm over a small firm and selling over building the future.   

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