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Our Financial Services Business Architecture Framework Committee is expanding its horizons, inviting digital transformation professionals from the banking and financial services sector to join forces with our foundational group of eight committee members.


By becoming a member, you will unlock full access to a wealth of financial architecture framework resources. This presents a unique opportunity to engage in discussions, provide feedback, and enhance your business and enterprise architecture acumen alongside peers from around the globe, all through an advanced and easy-to-use enterprise architecture (EA) collaboration platform.


Membership eligibility to the Financial Services Business Architect Committee is exclusive to those currently employed in the industry that the committee you want to join is in. Join us to contribute to, and benefit from, our collective expertise and drive forward the evolution of our industry-based services architecture. Annual membership is US$999.50. 

Here are our original committee members who have contributed to upgrading our current Financial Services Business Architecture Framework:

  • Aman Alagh, Head - Tech Strategy, Planning & Architecture at Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank in the UAE (LinkedIn Profile)

  • Deepanjan Mitra, EA Senior Architect - Global HR, Supply Chain, Risk & Financials at TransUnion in IL USA (LinkedIn Profile)

  • Gareth Ruddle, Head of Enterprise Architecture at Newcastle Building Society in the UK (LinkedIn Profile)

  • Maggy Thor, Business Architecture Practice Lead, Macquarie Group, Australia (LinkedIn Profile)

  • Nana Langa, Chief Business Architect at Absa Group in South Africa (LinkedIn Profile)

  • Nivin Premkumar, Senior Manager, Enterprise Business Architecture at TD Bank in Canada (LinkedIn Profile)

  • Rakesh K Singh, Enterprise Architect at One America in IN USA (LinkedIn Profile)

  • Wai-Ling Chiu, Manager of Enterprise Architecture at Knab in the Netherlands (LinkedIn Profile)

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