Shashi Doni is a technology consultant within financial industry

Shashi Doni is an expert IT architect and executive, who has developed and delivered a wide range of state of the art, high performance and fault tolerant financial applications. He has over 15 years of experience in financial industry and over his tenure has developed State Of The Art, High Performance Financial Applications. He started his career as a team leader with Bloomberg L.P. In 2006, Shashi began working with Morgan Stanley as a Senior Associate. There he designed and implemented a framework to apply context specific business validations to loan data. Later, he served as the Vice President in Credit Suisse, Prop IT, High Frequency Trading Group. Through his excellent skills and knowledge, he played a key role in complete redesign of high frequency trading system. In 2008, Shashi became the Vice President in Credit Suisse, Equity IT, AES. In 2010, he joined as the Director at Barclays Capital (Equity IT, Electronic Trading Group) and managed development of next gen messaging for Electronic Trading Products. Later, he also served as the Director at BNP Paribas. He currently runs an IT consulting firm, in addition to his role as Portfolio Manager and CTO at a boutique firm in NYC.

He is an engineer with BE in Polymer Science and technology from University of Mysore. Later he completed Master Degree in Polymer Engineering and Masters in Mathematics and Computer Science from University of Akron, Ohio. He is also a CFA Level 3 Candidate, Sun certified Java Programmer, Brainbench C++. Shashi Doni possesses in depth knowledge of equity market microstructure, market data, alpha signals, and execution strategies. He is an all-rounder with expertise in hardware, software, networking, system engineering, management and market knowledge.

As technologist, Shashi Doni is highly proficient in C++, C, Perl. PL/SQL, JAVA, Python, STL, Boost, ACE, Concurrent Programming, Distributed Systems, Poco, Template Meta Programming, Database Systems, Solace, Tibco, Linux(SuSe, Redhat, Ubuntu, CentOS), TCP, UDP, Multicast, LBM, & UME.


Author: Shashi Doni

Extensive Experience in Finance and Technology. Distinguished IT Architect and Executive with expertise in diverse range of technologies within financial industry. Have Knowledge of Mature Technologies, Excellent Management Skills. Good Knowledge of Equity Market Microstructure, Market Data, and Order Entry Protocols. Also have expertise in developing complex C++ systems on Linux. Worked for many Reputed Companies. Some of them includes: Bloomberg L.P. - Team Leader, Communication Group from 2002 - 2006; Morgan Stanley – Senior Associate, Fixed Income IT, Whole Loan Group from 2006 - 2006; Credit Suisse – Vice President, Prop IT, High Frequency Trading Group from 2006 - 2008; Credit Suisse – Vice President, Equity IT, AES Crossfinder, Light Pool from 2008 - 2010; Barclays Capital – Director, Equity IT, Electronic Trading Group from 2010 - 2011; BNP Paribas – Director, MLP, Proprietary Trading Group from 2011 - 2012. Founded Conscentia Consulting LLC in 2012, a boutique IT consulting firm specialized in designing, developing and managing technology solutions for early-stage funds and financial services startups. Through technology consulting services, helped numerous companies make their systems technology-driven without going overboard with the budget. Done BE, Polymer Science & Tech(1994-1998) from Mysore Univ.; MS Polymer Engineering(1998-2001), Math & CS (in progress) from Univ. of Akron, OH. Also got National Merit Scholarship, Top 100 CET Rank, Topped District in 12th, Post Grad. with Scholarship from Univ. Play Sports such as Tennis, Raquetball, Squash, Badminton. Read Books, Watch Movies. Spend Time With Kids. Volunteer. Learn About Technology. Volunteers with NYC Care. Linkedin -

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