4 September 2020, Oxford – NAG has announced that Satinder Jandu, a respected leader in the financial services industry, will join the company as Executive Vice President, FSI. In this role, Satinder will continue and extend NAG’s strong partnerships with financial services customers to strategically deploy NAG’s products and services in this community.
Satinder is a respected authority on global complex regulatory initiatives (such as Basel III, FRTB, LIBOR) and joins NAG after successfully advising multiple organisations on regulatory compliance leveraging risk as a competitive advantage. He has more than 25 years of experience building quantitative, business and technical teams and hands-on delivery experience across risk, finance and IT departments within financial services as well as in the public sector, telecoms, defence and aerospace.
Adrian Tate, CEO of NAG, said “We are excited to have Satinder join the NAG team to help tailor our products to the needs of financial organizations of all sizes. With Satinder’s experience of regulatory risk and NAG’s deep mathematical and technical expertise, we are going to be able to offer some of the most interesting and competitive solutions to FSI customers, new and old.”
Speaking of his appointment Satinder said “This is a time of great change in the finance industry with disruption both on the sell side and buy side. I want to thank Adrian for welcoming me to his Executive team and together with NAG help FSI customers exploit the opportunities these changes will bring through exploiting cross regulatory synergies and new product opportunities. Together we will help customers address greater regulatory scrutiny at a more granular level through NAG’s algorithmic and cloud expertise“
Since 1970, NAG has been providing industry-leading algorithms and technical services to scientists and engineers around the globe. The company offers the NAG Library - the most rigorous and robust collection of numerical algorithms - along with advanced products in Algorithmic Differentiation, PDEs, and Quantitative Finance. The company’s HPC and technical services are highly regarded by industry, government, and academia. Its new Cloud HPC Migration Service will add much-needed HPC expertise to the cloud migration challenge.