MENLO PARK, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM), today announced its 6th annual Technology Innovation Symposium to be held on Wednesday, October 8 at the Rosewood Sand Hill in Menlo Park.
This invitation-only event provides an opportunity for the Silicon Valley community to engage with JPMorgan Chase’s Global Technology leadership on the firm’s innovation priorities and technology strategy.
Dana Deasy, JPMorgan Chase Global Chief Information Officer, will be the keynote speaker discussing how innovation is enabling the bank’s digital-first approach, accelerating the adoption of cloud infrastructure, and delivering unique insights through advanced data analytics.
"The Technology Innovation Symposium is a great opportunity to engage and partner with the next generation of driven and disruptive technology companies in Silicon Valley. Within financial services, technology continues to drive differentiation, and these partnerships enable our ability to continue creating best in class experiences for our clients and customers," said Deasy.
The Symposium will host over 200 top Silicon Valley CEOs, venture capital investors, and JPMC technology leaders.
Larry Feinsmith, whose team focuses on technology strategy and innovation for JPMorgan Chase, drives the bank's connectivity with startups and leading investors in Silicon Valley. Feinsmith noted, "My team and I spend time with the emerging technology community to ensure we continue to tap into the next set of disruptive companies on the West Coast. We mentor and partner closely with these companies to help them grow to make a difference at enterprise scale."
JPMorgan Chase’s perspectives on the current capital markets and strategic buyer environment will be delivered by the leaders of the J.P. Morgan Technology and Media investment banking team.
“The Technology Innovation Symposium continues to be a great opportunity for the technology leaders across the firm to share our perspectives with a diverse group of young innovative companies," said Kurt Simon, J.P. Morgan’s Head of Technology, Media, & Telecom Investment Banking. "The disruptive companies in attendance make up tech's future leaders."