Scott D'Aquila is a Vice President in the Institutional Securities Technology Group at Morgan Stanley. His present role is R&D focused on the applicability of "emerging" database technology and techniques to enhance the firms existing offerings for front-to-back processing and enrichment, pre-settlement regulatory reporting and trade date-related report generation.
Prior to working closer to the business end, he worked in Unix Engineering as the data architect for Aquilon, an open-sourced set of extensions and enhancements to Quattor, CERN's configuration management system for the LHC compute infrastructure.
Preceding his move to Morgan Stanley in 2006 he was the Director of Infrastructure at IAG Research, a data driven research organization acquired by Nielsen in 2008, and has a BS in Computer Science from Columbia University ('98).
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