Silicon Valley companies move fast and have essentially learned how to rebuild a car while going 100 miles per hour. Unfortunately, many of the practices that enable this rapid speed violate the core assumptions in industries like financial services. Facebook’s motto: “Move fast, break things” doesn’t really work in a heavily regulated environment that serves as the backbone to our economy.
We admire Google, Amazon, Azure, Netflix, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Swift. How many more of these are there? Hundreds? Perhaps thousands? No way. Why? Because it's bloody hard to build and operate such a system.