UKtech50: India Gary-Martin, From techie to COO: the road less travelled

UKtech50: India Gary-Martin, From techie to COO: the road less travelled

Date: Dec 20, 2011

Computer Weekly hosted an event at the Science Museum in London to coincide with the announcement of the UKtech50 list of the most influential people in UK IT. We invited top IT leaders to share their great ideas for how to innovate with IT, influence the role of technology in their organisation, and inspire their peers. This video is one of a series of the speakers talking to the audience of IT leaders.

Over the past 20 years, managing director of investment banking technology and operations at JPMorgan India Gary-Martin has held top IT roles in some of the biggest financial institutions in the world. She has also received numerous awards including outstanding contribution to diversity by Women in Banking and Finance, best female technologist by the European Banking Technology magazine and has also been named to the Powerlist 100. In this presentation, India will take the audience through the journey of a woman who started her career as a developer and who is now the global chief operating officer of technology and operations at one of the world’s largest banks. Having lived and worked on three continents, she has a unique perspective regarding what it takes.

India Gary-Martin – Managing Director, Investment Banking Technology & Operations, JPMorgan 

In her current role at JPMorgan, India Gary-Martin is responsible for managing the strategic agenda for the 13,000 person Technology & Operations division of the investment bank. In India’s 20+ year career in financial services, she has held a number of CIO and COO roles both regionally and globally at firms including Deutsche Bank, Lehman Brothers, Royal Bank of Scotland and JPMorgan.

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