Alastair Goodwin is a London-based technology executive who serves as the CEO and co-founder of Adoptech.
He is also an advisor to BTON.
Previously, he was the CEO of Cinnober's market surveillance subsidiary Irisium. He was named to the newly created post in May 2017, after Cinnober purchased Ancoa Software, a UK-based exchange, regulatory agency and buy-side and sell-side surveillance technology firm, also in May 2017. 
Before taking the post, Goodwin joined Boat Services in 2015 as head of business development. The UK-based Cinnober subsidiary focuses on services to the banking and insurance sectors. He is credited with creating the partnership between Boat and the London Stock Exchange, which merged their reporting services to form TRADEcho, a fixed income and equity trading publication.
Prior to joining Boat, he was executive director at Goldman Sachs in its Equities One Delta Strategy team, focused on emerging markets, market structure, trading costs and optimization. He also has worked in various positions at Morgan Stanley, Barclays, HSBC and Fidelity Investments.
Goodwin holds degrees in computing and management from Loughborough University.
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