Bio: Anthony Mazza is a Principal of FAQ Specialists, LLC, and an SME in the financial services industry. He is proficient in cyber and technical operations, compliance, legal consulting, quantitative analysis, audits, business process improvement exercises and forensic accounting analysis. He provides senior consulting services to Fortune 50 and US Government Agencies via Watkins Consulting, Inc., AntePartners, LLC and Wilden Lane Ventures. Mazza is currently an Assistant Professor at University of the District of Columbia and is a former US Army Infantry Officer. He is licensed to practice law in New York, the Federal District Courts and the US Supreme Court. Mazza has significant managerial and business development experience in the mortgage, technology and banking sectors at the CXO level. He is the former COO for iWebGate, and international technology company and was the COO for TASP, LLC, where he led the technical development of the first mobile B2B application: the American Express BuilderCard©. Before TASP, Mazza was the Senior Vice President of the Commercial Division of ATS, a DC-area consulting firm. He led a staff and operation consisting of 340 people, growing the division from $3Million to $41Million in four years. His clientele included the world’s largest broker dealers, investment companies and both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Prior to ATS, Mr. Mazza was the CEO and co-founder of Strategic Edge Technologies. Strategic Edge built the first real-time client server fixed income trading and settlement applications, which continue to this day to be the de facto industry standard. Mazza is a current PhD candidate, and holds Juris Doctorate, MBA and MS degrees. He is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, BPMN 2.0 and CCISO certified and serves as a Board Director for two domestic and one international firm. Mazza co-holds three technology patents and several copyrights. He was recently published in an international journal for his vision for improving network architectures Interés Journal
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