In this report, author Cornelia Lévy-Bencheton examines the disruptive megatrends taking hold at every level and juncture of the financial ecosystem.
Cornelia Lévy-Bencheton is a communications strategy consultant and writer whose data-driven marketing and decision support work helps companies optimize their performance.
As Principal of CLB Strategic Consulting, LLC., her focus is on the impact of disruptive technologies and their associated cultural challenges that open up new opportunities and necessitate refreshed strategies. She concentrates on big data, IT, Women in STEM, social media and collaborative networking.
Ms. Lévy-Bencheton has held senior marketing and strategy positions in well-known financial services firms, is currently on the Board of The Data Warehouse Institute, Tri-State Chapter, (TDWI) and the Board of the Financial Women’s Association (FWA). She earned her MA from Stanford University, MBA from Pace University and holds several advanced certificates from New York University.
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