Startup Grind Chengdu has invited Ricky Gu, Co-Founder of BBD Business Big Data to share his experiences about FinTech & Big Data and his own stories from 2008 financial crisis.
Startup Grind成都 3月15日为大家邀请到成都数联铭品科技有限公司（BBD）的联合创始人Ricky Gu 顾磊先生，跟大家谈谈金融科技，大数据的现在与未来，以及他在2008美国金融危机的经历.
Ricky is an investment professional who worked at Wall Street’s financial giants, built and sold already own companies and is now creating one of Chinas’ biggest big data companies: Business Big Data (BBD).
Ricky Gu has over 15 years of experiences in financial risk management, financial technology (FinTech) and big data across US and China. He is currently the co-founder of Business Big Data (BBD), a world-leading provider of big data solutions in financial risk management, setter of Council of Strategy Research (COSR) and the industry of commercial big data. BBD’s major business services include BBD HIGGS Credits, BBD Finance, BBD Index, BBD Anti-Fraud, and BBD Innovation.
Prior to BBD, Ricky served as the Vice President of Investment Banking at Deutsche Bank in United States, the largest German global and financial services company where he oversaw securities and investment deals. Before he joined Deutsche Bank in 2008, he was the financial risk manager at Bears Stearns & Co, Inc. , which was one of the five banks that suffered from US financial crisis and ended up acquiring by JP Morgan Chase.
Business Big Data (BBD) is a Big Data Expert in Financial Risk Management.
From tying knots for keeping records to information explosion, data has a history of thousands of years influencing people’s lives. We, at the advent of a Big Data era, have been devoted to changing the way users make use of data with more professional products. Today, we have provided big data solutions to global clients with our products that are widely used in different organizations.
angel and VC investment to the startups and enterprises.
The financial crisis of 2007–2008, also known as the global financial crisis and the 2008 financial crisis, is considered by many economists to have been the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s.
The Bear Stearns Companies, Inc. was a New York-based global investment bank, securities trading and brokerage firm that failed in 2008 as part of the global financial crisis and recession, and was subsequently sold to JPMorgan Chase. In the years leading up to the failure, Bear Stearns was heavily involved in securitization and issued large amounts of asset-backed securities, which in the case of mortgages were pioneered by Lewis Ranieri, "the father of mortgage securities".
In March 2008, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York provided an emergency loan to try to avert a sudden collapse of the company. The company could not be saved, however, and was sold to JP Morgan Chase for $10 per share.