About Brian

Brian Murrow has been on the leading edge of advanced and cognitive analytics for over 25 years. Brian specializes in evaluating, developing, and implementing Big Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence solutions for operations, risk, compliance, and financial reporting across multiple sectors and industries, including financial services, government regulators, and nonprofits. 

Brian uses his unique cross-industry/regulator experience and insights to develop and deliver analytics solutions that meet both strategic business and regulatory compliance objectives, all geared towards bottom-line growth. Recent examples of his implemented solutions include:



  • Integration of advanced analytics and artificial intelligence with business process automation (BPA) 
  • Enterprise Data Management (EDM) & Risk Data Aggregation (RDA)
  • Insider Trading Surveillance programs
  • Governance, Risk management, and Compliance (GRC) and issue management systems
  • Big Data Analytics EDW implementations
  • Banking and Financial Market Policy Recommendations
  • Software sales alliances
In addition, Brian speaks regularly at industry conferences, publishes, is quoted in the media, and appears on business-oriented television programming, and hosted a regular series of interviews with executives, "Conversations on Big Data," where he explores best practices and lessons learned as they relate to the successful application of big data analytics. He regularly shares these successful case studies in his blog, "Strategic Analytics."

Brian’s clients have included large corporations, government organizations, and nonprofits. Brian co-founded two start-up businesses and prior to his consulting career, Brian was Co-founder and Chief Investment Officer of a money management firm, building and managing a $150 million investment fund within two years. Brian serves as a director or advisor for a number of nonprofit and start-up organizations.

Brian earned his BA in Economics from the University of Maryland at College Park and his MBA in Business Economics from The George Washington University. He frequently speaks and writes on topics related to technology, strategy, and management. All views are strictly his own.