Speaker Profile
Elven Riley

Director, Center for Securities Trading and Analysis

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About the Speaker

Elven Riley is a successful change agent of digital transformations in financial services. He has completed enterprise-wide changes for several global investment banks. 

He began as a researcher at the University of Illinois working on Arpanet and other early disruptive technologies. He went on to work for computer vendors that led to over thirty years of Wall Street experience, including Salomon Brothers (VP of Analytical Systems), Citigroup (VP of North America Trading Infrastructure), Deutsche Bank (PMO America’s Data Center), Moody’s Investor Service (Data Application Architect), and Lehman Brothers (global capital markets business model architect), among other assignments such as Ferential Systems interest rate swap product offering.

He has also enjoyed being the Director of Center for Securities Trading and Analysis at Seton Hall University, Stillman School of Business and over the past two decades established the Sport Polling Center, the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, and the Market Research Center.  He teaches undergraduate courses in financial technology, securities trading analysis, and financial literacy. 

His research includes both practice and pedagogical topics. He has led the design of new majors Mathematical Finance and Financial Technology as well as a minor in Wealth Management.