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Eric Anderson, based in Atlanta and New York, established and leads Egon Zehnder’s global FinTech Practice as well as the firm’s Technology Enabled Services Practice, an area in which he has deep expertise for advising clients on leadership talent. He devotes much of his time to helping companies address innovation and digital disruption and works extensively across private equity to meet leadership and advisory needs. Eric also has deep experience in the educational technology sector. He is active in the Board Consulting, CEO, Technology and Communications, and Technology Officer practices.

My favorite saying is from Marcus Aurelius: ’When you arise in the morning, think of what a privilege it is to be alive, to think, to enjoy, to love.'

Previously, Eric was President of the Compliance and Licensing Solutions Division of the BISYS Group, a leading provider of services to more than 22,000 financial institutions. That was preceded by the role of Vice President of EMEA at S1 Corporation, an enterprise financial-services-software company. The early stages of Eric’s career centered on software, associated services, and health care/clinical diagnostics.

Eric earned a BS in marketing from the Smeal College of Business at Pennsylvania State University and an MBA in international business from the University of Miami. He sits on the board of Eagle Ranch, a nonprofit organization that works with troubled boys and girls. Eric is also a founding member of the FinTech Society of the Georgia Technology Association. He is married with three children and loves the outdoors, especially cycling in the North Georgia mountains.

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Hub Magazine – Eric Anderson: The Trademarks of Top Technology Leaders

Hub Magazine – Eric Anderson: The Trademarks of Top Technology Leaders

What kind of technology CEOs can really foster innovation, asks Egon Zehnder’s Eric Anderson in Hub Magazine? Successful technology leaders are usually comfortable with ambiguity, complexity and shifting risks.

The Four Qualities Technology CEOs Need in the Age of Innovation

The Four Qualities Technology CEOs Need in the Age of Innovation

No technology company is so dominant that it doesn’t have to worry about keeping its innovative edge or fending off upstart rivals.

Finding technology talent in financial services

Finding technology talent in financial services

As banks commit billions of dollars to innovation and their CEOs stress the importance of technological change, finding and retaining senior-level executives to lead those initiatives is more complicated.

Bankers Opt for Future in Financial Technology

Bankers Opt for Future in Financial Technology

Many former bankers are now quitting finance and moving into the new field of financial technology. In many cases they are setting up start-ups that offer platforms for services like risk management, data analytics, trading platforms, reports Bloomberg.

Banks give Tech Talent Top Jobs

Banks give Tech Talent Top Jobs

In recognition of technology's growing impact on their bottom line, banks are increasingly recruiting technology experts for a range of top jobs, reports American Banker. According to Eric Anderson, leader of Egon Zehnder's financial technology practice, this marks a new approach to technology staff in banking.

Who Will Shape Mobile Payments? Talent Will Tell

Who Will Shape Mobile Payments? Talent Will Tell

Networked devices. Ubiquitous connectivity. Cloud computing. Social networks. Near Field Communication… as powerful forces combine to connect nearly everyone to practically everything, Payments will be revolutionized in ways no one can clearly foresee.

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