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Rory Collins, Exchange Consultant
For 25 of his 36 years in IT, Rory Collins has been a driving high-level manager of financial services technical innovation. A senior executive at the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) for 12 years, Rory was instrumental in directing the merging of six regional exchange platforms to form the new ASX in 1987. During this time as Director of ASX Information Systems, screen trading was also introduced, major core systems redeveloped and a continent-wide backbone network launched.

The current Chairman of erivatives.com, the well-regarded derivatives internet publishing group, Rory remains active in managing key systems delivery, sustained high uptime management and has strategically driven the promotion of technical solutions in financial services.

Rory has recently completed nine months seconded to the Singapore Exchange to establish and run a Program Office to introduce a FIX standard open access trading facility (SGXAccess). This followed from the strategic review and recommendations made by CSIS in mid 2000.

He is widely known as a speaker on stock exchange systems and their management.

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Core Skills
::  Knowledge of stock exchange business and regulatory issues and practices
::  Strategic planning for IT
::  Project management and development of large-scale computer systems
::  Real-time systems strategy and management
::  Management of very high-reliability, very high-profile (ie, stock exchange) data centres, networks and software
::  Strong interpersonal skills, personnel selection and development
::  Marketing and customer service in financial services
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