Chowdhury has been working at the LSE for over a decade, and is currently working on managing enterprise-wide IT projects within the PMO. He is a featured speaker and a thought leader on topics including data analytics, fintech, blockchain and AI.
also sits on a number of big data and fintech advisory boards, and his research interests include fintech and blockchain technology and solutions. He has contributed a chapter on big data and fintech trends and risks to Operational Risk Perspectives: Cyber, Big Data, and Emerging Risks, published by Risk Books.
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