Rishi Nangalia serves as Chief Executive Officer at REDI Global Technologies. He is also an Angel Investor. He was Head, REDI Technologies at Goldman Sachs. Rishi has served as CEO of REDI since its July 2013 launch. In this role he is responsible for all aspects of the firm's business globally. Prior to joining REDI Rishi held a number of senior roles within Goldman Sachs' electronic trading group from 2000-2013, serving most recently as Head of Product and Business Development where he was responsible for its industry-leading execution platform. Rishi is a graduate of St. Xavier's College in India and holds graduate degrees from Columbia University in both Business Administration and Real Estate Development. He is a member of multiple Boards and angel investment organizations.
Greg Neufeld is the Founder and serves as Managing Partner at ValueStream Ventures. He also serves as an Advisor & Investor at ChartIQ. Greg co-managed a series of investment funds at SI Capital Management trading market index futures and options, before leaving to pursue entrepreneurship including stints at FailStation and as the co-founder of Freespeech, a consumer mobile messaging app.
Jeremy Colless is managing partner of Artesian Capital Management an alternative investment fund manager spun out of ANZ in 2004. As well as being a principal investor in early stage ventures in Australia and China, Artesian partners with accelerators, incubators, angel groups and universities to create early stage venture capital co-investment funds such as the $10M Sydney Angels Sidecar Fund and Newcastle-based Slingshot Venture Fund. Prior to founding Artesian in 2004, Jeremy spent 18 years trading global bond/credit markets for investment banks including SG Warburg and Lehman Brothers in New York and Hong Kong.
Christopher Webb is a Co-founder and serves as Chief Executive Officer and Board Member at ChowNow. He is an Angel Investor. Prior to founding ChowNow, he spent ten years on Wall Street where he held various trading positions at Bear Stearns, RBC, and Lehman Brothers.