The 2020 Virtual FinTech Forum, which is hosted alongside the Conference, will take place on September 10th
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Marstone, Inc., a leading, independent digital wealth management platform, will be participating in Goldman Sachs Global 10th Annual Financial Technology Conference on September 10, 2020. Marstone’s Founder and CEO, Margaret J. Hartigan, as well as its Chief Financial Officer, Christopher LaVine, will represent the company at this year’s event.
“Many of today’s financial institutions are faced with the challenge of reaching more clients in a digitally-focused manner,” said Hartigan. “Marstone’s ability to offer distributed digital investing to institutions of all sizes makes it uniquely qualified to help them meet these evolving demands, and we’re thrilled to participate in this year’s Conference to showcase why Marstone is the right partner for digital wealth management.”
This Conference will bring together leading financial technology companies and allow them to communicate their goals and strategies to equity and debt investors focused on the financial technology space.
As Founder and CEO of Marstone, Inc., Margaret J. Hartigan founded the company as she was inspired to help demystify finance and make financial literacy and inclusion possible and accessible for all. Prior to starting Marstone, Margaret was a top quintile financial advisor for 10 years in the Global Wealth Management Group at Merrill Lynch, split between New York and San Francisco. A graduate of Brown University, Margaret is an active leader in the alumni and major development efforts at both Brown University and Phillips Exeter Academy. She’s a member of the Milken FinTech Advisory Committee, and a former trustee of Sonoma Academy, in Santa Rosa, California.
Christopher LaVine is the Chief Financial Officer of Marstone, Inc. Chris has spent over a decade in the investment management and financial technology industry. Prior to Marstone, he worked in portfolio management and equity research at A.R. Schmeidler & Co., a $1.5 billion investment management company in New York City, where he was also a member of the Investment Committee. Before joining ARS, Chris was at Hudson Valley Bank and has also spent time as a high yield research associate at Wells Fargo Securities. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Richmond and received his MBA from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia. Chris is also a CFA Charterholder.
Marstone is a leading digital wealth management platform with a mission to enhance financial literacy, deepen financial inclusion, and humanize finance for all. Its enterprise-ready solution, Powered by MarstoneTM, enables financial institutions to efficiently and affordably reach, acquire, and retain clients who seek straightforward information and engagement around their finances.
As a proven and trusted technology partner, Marstone has comprehensive integrations with custodians including Pershing, core banking platforms including Fiserv, account aggregation platforms, and investment managers. These integrations, in addition to Marstone’s partnerships with globally recognized foundations including the World Economic Forum Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution and leadership participation in the Milken Institute's FinTech Advisory Committee, provide organizations the opportunity to deploy a technology that will help future-proof their businesses as consumer expectations for digital wealth management evolve.