Tristan Louis is an Internet veteran who has co-founded six companies, two of which went public and three which were acquired.
For a decade, he served as Chief Innovation Officer for HSBC and head of mobile and internet technology for Deutsche Bank, helping drive early efforts around the emergence of the financial technology industry. He has been widely recognized as a pioneer in the field of cash management and mobile transactional systems.
Mr. Louis advises a number of startups and corporations and continues to write about technology for publications like Forbes, the New York Times, etc… He’s also a sought-after speaker and TV commentator, frequently appearing on the likes of the BBC, NPR, CBS, and others to help the public understand technological developments.
He currently serves as president and CEO for Casebook PBC, a government technology company focused on developing a platform for social services providers and government agencies.