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Gil Shaked

Chief Technology Officer
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Gil Shaked is the Chief Technology Officer at Dun & Bradstreet, a leading global provider of business decisioning data and analytics. In this role, Gil oversees the management of technology strategy and operations, data operations, enterprise systems, applications, security, infrastructure, automation, and digital transformation.

Gil brings a range of technology leadership and expertise in financial services industries, fintech and startups. Previously, Gil served as Managing Director at Citadel, where he initiated, managed, and led the sale of the Omnium Platform to Northern Trust. Prior to Citadel, Gil was a Managing Director and divisional CIO at Morgan Stanley, where he led the development and implementation of a global technology strategy with the goals of enabling business growth and reducing operational expenses and risks through innovation.

Prior to Morgan Stanley, Gil was a Managing Director at Société Générale. He was a leading member of a core team that conducted the analysis and development of a plan to set up a new prime brokerage business. Prior to Société Générale, Gil was the CEO of Correlix, a product and managed services firm that provided latency information to high-frequency trading shops, investment banks, and hedge funds.

Prior to Correlix, Gil was a Managing Director at Credit Suisse, responsible for the technology organizations covering global prime services, alternative investment, and equity research. Prior to Credit Suisse, Gil was a Vice President at Lehman Brothers, responsible for global risk management technology. Gil is an investor and advisor to early stage technology startups, including Otoma, an AI based testing company, and Valerann, a smart roads development and management company.

Gil is a graduate of Mamram, the Israeli Army School of Computer Science.



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