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A new FinTech player has launched to market after generating six-figure savings for three top-tier institutions.
Founded by former J.P. Morgan innovation leader Maysam Rizvi, Aelm is a consultancy and technology hybrid that fuses the key principles of big data and AI to wrest savings out of institutions’ inefficient processes.
Partnering with leading dashboard technologies, Aelm’s deep-data insights are filtered and readied for use in real time. These powerful, actionable insights reveal untapped opportunities within a client’s systems, data, and culture, providing opportunities for banks to tap into efficiency savings – and find a new competitive edge.
The company bookends its technology solution with consultancy, guiding institutions through the change process. To keep people at the centre of change initiatives, Aelm deploys training and management tools so firms can continue to stay on top in an evolving financial landscape.
During soft launch campaigns, Aelm introduced a standardisation and due diligence programme for a major global bank, saving it $216,000 annually. A second campaign integrating visual data analytics now saves a major trading bank $350,000 per year.
Aelm was also retained to redesign both the technology strategy and data architecture on behalf of Carrington.
Founder and MD Maysam Rizvi, a multiple industry award winner and former Vice President at United Overseas Bank, is joined on the Aelm management team by Matt Breadon, who led global data projects for Barclays, and Subodh Roche, who was a decade at J.P. Morgan Chase co-creating custom business intelligence systems.
The team has recently been boosted by two major acquisitions: Gari Spearpoint, a 40-year banking and technology veteran who has worked with the likes of Chase Manhattan, Merrill Lynch and Bankers’ Trust. And Eleanor Brown who joined as Director of Business Change after ten years as a lead data analyst for FTSE 100 companies.