HTI Labs Senior Team

Darren Harris
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During 12 years at Credit Suisse Darren was VP and a member of the IT Derivatives Management team and the EMEA IT Developer Oversight Committee. He spent nine years leading development teams building Risk and P&L applications.

In 2009 he was asked jointly to accept the Banking Technology Magazine award for “Best Trading System Achievement” on behalf of Credit Suisse for his team’s contribution to the globally strategic risk system.

Darren also happens to own a 1981 DeLorean which he converted with a friend to an exact replica of the time machine from  Back To The Future.

Guy Barnes
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Guy has experience in the Energy & Commodities industry where he worked for over ten years with some of the industry leading energy trading companies including Gazprom, Cargill and EDF Energy.  In the early part of his career he worked as a fundamental analyst in a market intelligence group producing gas and power market forecasts and subsequently gained the GARP Energy Risk Professional (ERP) qualification.
A Lean expert, Guy has subsequently worked with companies across many different industries to transform business processes to optimise and improve the accuracy of their reporting and analytical capabilities.

Mark Jefford

Mark is a versatile and experienced technologist with 24 years' experience in the finance sector. He is an enterprise architect, project manager and hands-on implementer. 

He has led multiple agile proofs-of-concept of big-data technologies for the analysis of market and credit risk, as well as for financial crime and fraud detection. He has worked for Credit Suisse (as a Director), HSBC and SunGard. 

In his spare time he always seems to be running marathons!

Neil Talbott

Neil is a senior software developer and data analyst. He holds an MA in Mathematics (Pure and Applied) from Cambridge University and is a voracious problem solver with a background in flying fast jets and helicopters for the Royal Air Force. 

Neil loves nothing better than running over and through (almost) impossible terrain such as Saharan deserts and Lakeland fells.