GRC & Me
GRC & Me
Jul 3, 2019
Starting LogicGate | Matt Kunkel
Play • 20 min

Top 3 Takeaways:

  • There's a big need in the marketplace for a technology that’s flexible and dynamic, yet easy to use from an end-business-user perspective.
  • “I took an educated bet that the market was right for a disruptive perspective.”
  • “Everyone is somewhere between ought-to-buy and needs-to-buy a GRC platform.”

Show Highlights:
[01:08] How the committee got started.
[2:53] Matt's handling of projects related to the Lehman Brothers’ fallout and the Madoff scandal
[3:11] Starting a custom app dev group at Navigant Consulting
[3:41] How he helped JPMorgan Chase’s mortgage bank get out of consent order with OCC
[4:11] What is the Dodd-Frank Ruling?
[4:54] The platform technology built for JPMorgan Chase to get compliant
[7:43] Why Chase ultimately went to Navigant
[9:25] The ‘lightbulb moment’ for Matt
[10:38] The search for different solutions
[11:50] Matt shares why he started LogicGate
[12:21] How did Matt pull the trigger and decide to leave his comfortable position and take that huge risk?
[14:18] The most interesting part of the platform
[15:36] How Matt views LogicGate
[16:31] Insight on how the company’s mascot (The GOAT) came to be
[18:05] What’s next for LogicGate?

LogicGate's Website
Connect with Matt on LinkedIn
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Navigant Group
Dodd-Frank Ruling
California Consumer Privacy Act

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