Lex, referred to widely as a "financial futurist," has been active in the venture community and has advised start-ups on growth and market strategy. He was recently named to the InvestmentNews "40 under 40" list of industry leaders and is one of ThinkAdvisor's IA25 influencers.
"Whether it's blockchain, artificial intelligence, or roboadvice, never has an understanding of technology been more crucial to understanding the future of finance," said Autonomous Deputy CEO Erick Davis. "Lex's guidance and perspectives will be central to our thought-leadership on the future of financial services around the globe."
"It is a privilege to join a partnership of experts as thoughtful and creative as the Autonomous team. I am impressed by the commitment of the firm to create original, actionable knowledge that helps clients," said Lex. "The world's global institutions rely on Autonomous as a trusted advisor in investment and strategy decisions, and I am excited to bring a Fintech franchise to market. We will help traditional firms leverage innovation in digital ledgers, online advice and artificial intelligence to benefit their customers, and enable emerging firms to understand the financial services landscape and commercialize brilliant ideas."
Autonomous Research is the leading independent research firm covering the financial services industry in Europe, the US and China. Founded in 2009, the firm has distinguished itself with in-depth, unbiased investment research on global banks, brokers, asset managers, insurance, information services, payment-technology, mortgage finance and consumer finance companies. Its recently-launched Fintech practice explores the impact of technology on the future of finance. For more information, visit http://www.autonomous.com/. For press, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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