Jannick Malling
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Jannick Malling co-founded tradable in 2011 with a mission to create the OS for trading, giving traders the most personalized trading experience yet by merging the world best trading technology with the best of the Internet and its latest trends: simple, social, mobile, cloud and app-powered innovation.

He got his understanding of what makes traders tick as Head of Innovation & Projects at CFH Group, where he oversaw the company’s new product development and lead the launch of several successful products. This including the creation of their multi-platform white label offering which is now one of the most dominant offerings in the industry and adopted by more than 40 financial institutions worldwide. Jannick started his career at Saxo Bank where he worked closely with the management team on strategy and headed up a number of global projects within the bank.

Jannick holds a BSc in Business, Innovation and Finance from Copenhagen Business School. He is also a frequent speaker on business schools, tech and startup organizations.

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How Technology Can Help Businesses Innovative - Without Reinventing the Wheel

(4) Comments | Posted 4 January 2013 | (09:44)

Many reasons have been given as to how technology can help businesses evolve. Cloud computing will do wonders for your IT costs and your ability to scale your business. Social media will provide a whole new way to connect with your customers. Software service platforms such as Salesforce.com will help...

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Making Wall St. Click With Silicon (V)alley

(0) Comments | Posted 29 August 2012 | (10:09)

Social media is not a fad; it's here to stay. If you don't believe that - this little blog post will not be very interesting and you might as well hit the back-button and return to Twitter, tumblr or Facebook...

Social media has been widely recognised as a must-have in...

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Why Tech City Might Help Finance Re-Discover How to Innovate

(2) Comments | Posted 31 July 2012 | (18:11)

The news that Eric Van Der Kleij, the outgoing chief executive of the Tech City Investment Organisation (TCIO), has taken up a new role as an advisor to Canary Wharf Group could have massive repercussions for the financial sector.

For financial institutions "innovation" was the buzz word of the year...

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