“He has done a great job in enhancing process and instrumental

in driving for the best practices, which contributed to our year-on-

year significant growth of the business … His ability to identify key

touch points, his tenaciousness and commitment to the customer

has been well respected … In many ways he did indeed become

the service conscience of us all!”

ex-Banking Group Head and ex-Senior COO of a Large Global Bank
“Kelvin is very focused, analytical and systematic in his approach to the resolution of any problem … His capability to accomplish all tasks satisfactorily was commendable as they involved not only the system side but also the human aspect as well” CFO of a Public Listed Company

Contact Us: (617) 237-6111

P.O. Box 181, Weymouth, MA 02191 Email: info@databoiler.com
ANNUAL COMMUNICATION Kelvin To - Founder and President “Weigh-in” is what I want to share with you as we are drawing a close to 2018. This year I attended a number of market structure events and met many leaders with diversified propositions on how the financial industry may evolve. The openness of these forums allows participants to weigh-in on the pros and cons of essential matters. Indeed, I applaud the SEC in particular for their courage to host the Market Data Roundtable amid heated debates. Sarcasm makes American Great Again In beginning of 2018, I pen down a little sarcastic forecast: (1) tax reform bill distracts people from doing stupid things; (2) deferrals/ light touch regulations help firms have less “tweak” in their risk models; (3) electronification of fixed income market instead of improving credit quality of illiquid junks; (4) scrutinize on services to small investors, so small Broker/Dealers won’t be competitive with the big guys; (5) media too tired to report just another incident of cybersecurity threats. You’ll be the judge on how my instinct goes, but I surely think the trade war and flattening of yield curve have stolen the thunder. Transforming my Patent-Pending Invention Heavy hearted to see the agencies streamlined the wrong priorities on Volcker. Some support the ‘accounting prong’ for sake of disagreeing with political opponents without considering the implications. Well, I’ve gone far to fight for a rare merit of Volcker RENTD (right amount of trade at the right time). I am thankful for all supporters, haters, and the deaf. Now, let’s boil down the next big things and please weigh-in to help me prioritize. BIOGRAPHY Kelvin brings over 25 years of big data experience to FinTech innovations. His patent pending invention about Volcker compliance has earned him a nomination for the FinTech Person of the Year Award. In his prior career, he was VP at Broadridge, Functional Head at Citigroup, and Examiner at the Institute of Bankers. His proven successes include formulation of a 500+% growth model, products and e-banking platform development, and led M&A research. He has spoken at various professional organizations, and servedng as Tech Advisory Council committee for the Financial Services Roundtable/ BITS. He holds an MSc degree in Banking from City University, a Master of Management from Macquarie, and a BSc degree from Bentley University. QUOTES / REFERENCE Please click below pictures to see SELECTED PROJECT PROFILES
“Extremely impressed, never seen an acquisition presentation with so much detail, thought out approach and ideas before” President of a Mutual Fund Solutions Company “Kelvin is a self-motivated and result-oriented person with excellent interpersonal skills and strategic minds.” Founder and Chairman of a Risk Rating Company

“Be it how we strategically position new products to

market, seeking new markets to attack, to research an

acquisition and the competitive landscape - I can only

marvel at his quick understanding, strategic thinking and

his big picture approach”

ex-SVP of a Top 25 Financial Technologies Conglomerate
FREQUENT ASKED QUESTIONS What is the significance of your name ‘Data Boiler’? The convoluted market has stipulated the need to boil the ocean of financial data using advanced technologies in order to find Opportunities. Hence, thus we chose ‘Data Boiler’ as the company name. What big data burdens are financial institutions facing? Chaotic workplace, troubles of the 4Vs, overlapping data sources, contradicting data versions, unfitted pipes along the value chain, non-standardize technologies, frequent requirement changes, etc. What is stopping firms from implementing changes? Legacy systems that aren’t easily replaceable, doubt of the dependability of new technologies, silos, and lack of an ecosystem. What are your thoughts about standardization of data? Can it be done and will it be helpful in the end? Central warehouse could be expensive. ESB is capable of addressing many non-standard issues but it is not cheap. Standardization is not necessarily bad, but firms should focus on optimizing what ought to be fast, resilient, scalable and flexible. What should firms be doing to benefit from Big Data? Setup PMO, access stage of development (click here to learn more), engage us to harness ‘Big Data’, see ‘Big Picture’, and seize ‘Big Opportunities’. What product development opportunities do you see? Some are domain specific, others could be linking up the front-/middle-/back-offices, while some focus on crossover synergy to build a utility model. What should be the end-goal for Big Data? Reducing risks, ensuring compliance, bringing new products to sell, cutting costs and finding new ways to beat competition.
EMBRACE THE FUTURE OF HUMAN AND MACHINE

Contact Us:

(617) 237 - 6111

P.O. Box 181, Weymouth, MA 02191 Email: info@databoiler.com

“He has done a great job in

enhancing process and

instrumental in driving for

the best practices, which

contributed to our year-on-

year significant growth of

the business … His ability to

identify key touch points,

his tenaciousness and

commitment to the

customer has been well

respected … In many ways

he did indeed become the

service conscience of us all!”

ex-Banking Group Head and ex-Senior COO of a Large Global Bank
“Kelvin is very focused, analytical and systematic in his approach to the resolution of any problem … His capability to accomplish all tasks satisfactorily was commendable as they involved not only the system side but also the human aspect as well” CFO of a Public Listed Company
ANNUAL COMMUNICATION Kelvin To - Founder and President “Weigh-in” is what I want to share with you as we are drawing a close to 2018. This year I attended a number of market structure events and met many leaders with diversified propositions on how the financial industry may evolve. The openness of these forums allows participants to weigh-in on the pros and cons of essential matters. Indeed, I applaud the SEC in particular for their courage to host the Market Data Roundtable amid heated debates. Sarcasm makes American Great Again In beginning of 2018, I pen down a little sarcastic forecast: (1) tax reform bill distracts people from doing stupid things; (2) deferrals/ light touch regulations help firms have less “tweak” in their risk models; (3) electronification of fixed income market instead of improving credit quality of illiquid junks; (4) scrutinize on services to small investors, so small Broker/Dealers won’t be competitive with the big guys; (5) media too tired to report just another incident of cybersecurity threats. You’ll be the judge on how my instinct goes, but I surely think the trade war and flattening of yield curve have stolen the thunder. Transforming my Patent-Pending Invention Heavy hearted to see the agencies streamlined the wrong priorities on Volcker. Some support the ‘accounting prong’ for sake of disagreeing with political opponents without considering the implications. Well, I’ve gone far to fight for a rare merit of Volcker RENTD (right amount of trade at the right time). I am thankful for all supporters, haters, and the deaf. Now, let’s boil down the next big things and please weigh-in to help me prioritize. BIOGRAPHY Kelvin brings over 25 years of big data experience to FinTech innovations. His patent pending invention about Volcker compliance has earned him a nomination for the FinTech Person of the Year Award. In his prior career, he was VP at Broadridge, Functional Head at Citigroup, and Examiner at the Institute of Bankers. His proven successes include formulation of a 500+% growth model, products and e-banking platform development, and led M&A research. He has spoken at various professional organizations, and servedng as Tech Advisory Council committee for the Financial Services Roundtable/ BITS. He holds an MSc degree in Banking from City University, a Master of Management from Macquarie, and a BSc degree from Bentley University. QUOTES / REFERENCE Please click below pictures to see SELECTED PROJECT PROFILES

“Be it how we strategically

position new products to

market, seeking new

markets to attack, to

research an acquisition

and the competitive

landscape - I can only

marvel at his quick

understanding, strategic

thinking and his big

picture approach”

ex-SVP of a Top 25 Financial Technologies Conglomerate
“Extremely impressed, never seen an acquisition presentation with so much detail, thought out approach and ideas before” President of a Mutual Fund Solutions Company “Kelvin is a self-motivated and result-oriented person with excellent interpersonal skills and strategic minds.” Founder and Chairman of a Risk Rating Company
FREQUENT ASKED QUESTIONS What is the significance of your name ‘Data Boiler’? The convoluted market has stipulated the need to boil the ocean of financial data using advanced technologies in order to find Opportunities. Hence, thus we chose ‘Data Boiler’ as the company name. What big data burdens are financial institutions facing? Chaotic workplace, troubles of the 4Vs, overlapping data sources, contradicting data versions, unfitted pipes along the value chain, non-standardize technologies, frequent requirement changes, etc. What is stopping firms from implementing changes? Legacy systems that aren’t easily replaceable, doubt of the dependability of new technologies, silos, and lack of an ecosystem. What are your thoughts about standardization of data? Can it be done and will it be helpful in the end? Central warehouse could be expensive. ESB is capable of addressing many non-standard issues but it is not cheap. Standardization is not necessarily bad, but firms should focus on optimizing what ought to be fast, resilient, scalable and flexible. What should firms be doing to benefit from Big Data? Setup PMO, access stage of development (click here to learn more), engage us to harness ‘Big Data’, see ‘Big Picture’, and seize ‘Big Opportunities’. What product development opportunities do you see? Some are domain specific, others could be linking up the front-/middle-/back-offices, while some focus on crossover synergy to build a utility model. What should be the end-goal for Big Data? Reducing risks, ensuring compliance, bringing new products to sell, cutting costs and finding new ways to beat competition.
EMBRACE THE FUTURE OF HUMAN AND MACHINE