Brian Murrow has been on the leading edge of advanced and cognitive analytics for over 25 years. Brian specializes in evaluating, developing, and implementing advanced analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) solutions for operations, counter-fraud advisory and solutions, risk, compliance, and financial reporting across multiple sectors and industries, including financial services, government regulators, and nonprofits. In particular, Brian brings his experience with big data tools, advanced analytics, and AI computing techniques, to monitor the financial and banking markets for irregular and/or illicit activities, program effectiveness, capital adequacy, and holistic counterparty risk. 

Brian has Co-founded, advises, and invests in early-stage start-ups through mid-size businesses, developing strategy and integrating operational IT, advanced analytics, AI, and machine learning into core service offerings for accelerating growth. This includes advising an early-stage VC portfolio and managing $150M private investment portfolio as Chief Investment Officer and Principal. 

With a concentration on a broad portfolio of fintech and financial services clients, Brian has advised 27 of the top 50 global banks and insurance companies teaming with senior executives to envision how digital, Fintech, Regtech, Insurtech and analytics solutions transform business. He focuses on developing strategy and advancing progress through the implementation of MVPs, digital infrastructure, and secure enterprise data foundation and transformation.

To support future business and analytics leaders and the furtherance of analytics research, Brian was an Adjunct Professor and Faculty Member at The George Washington University where he works with graduate students in the Business School's Masters in Business Analytics program teaching the capstone Business Analytics Practicum course. Brian continues to support education in the field of business analytics through his role on the GW MSBA Advisory Board and the employment of teams of interns for business analytics research projects. 

If you are interested in discussing or collaborating on ideas as how strategic analytics lead to better results in business or government feel free to contact me. 

Latest Blogs

The Potential Commercial Credit Crisis and How It Will Affect Community Banks

by Brian, on Friday, March 1, 2024

The commercial credit market in the US is facing a potential crisis in the coming years, as many loans originated before the recent interest rate increases will be adjusting to higher rates in 2024, 2025, and 2026. This could lead to increased defaults, lower profitability, and higher risk for lende...

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Growing Your Business Starts with Evaluating, Governing, and Managing Risk.

by Brian, on Saturday, March 18, 2023

Building an actionable risk management program provides security and a clear response to any emerging event. For many in the banking, technology, and venture capital communities, it has been an intense few weeks. The increased industry activity that impacts enterprise risk includes: The revela...

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Five must-do initiatives for the global banking system – Cyber-risk wake-up call

by Brian, on Sunday, December 20, 2020

The FireEye security breach discovered last week underscores the diligence required to secure the global financial system in its current fragile state. The malware-infected software was downloaded by an estimated 18,000 customers which undoubtedly resulted in thousands of compromised networks. Alth...

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Impact Alpha: There need not be a tradeoff between profits and social impact

by Brian, on Monday, September 21, 2020

This month marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of Milton Friedman’s seminal article in the New York Times, “The Social Responsibility of Business Is to Increase Its Profits.” Therefore, I thought this week would be a good time to share the work that I have been working on...

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Keeping Economic Stimulus out of Criminal Hands Requires Lenders Taking Preventative Measures.

by Brian, on Sunday, April 12, 2020

On March 17, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, known as the CARES Act, became law. CARES contains $376 billion in relief for American workers and small businesses. These funds were allocated to several new temporary programs. Most of these funds will initially be administer...

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