Delegate Profile

James Casper

Job TitleFounder & CEO

Company NameBaya Build, Inc

About

James has an extensive background in FinTech, algorithmic risk management and trading platforms. In his 25 year career, he has held senior management roles across multiple financial product and financial service industries boasting a successful track record of expansion, optimized operations and profitability growth. Merging his experience with innovative forward-thinking, James founded Baya Build Inc., and developed a construction methodology to eliminate market inefficiencies and optimize new home construction. His current focus is solely based on “changing the way we build and live” and is dedicated to providing an alternative new construction solution by streamlining design, procurement, manufacturing, logistics and assembly.

James has taken companies from $5-$10.5 million, $95-300 million in sales and built trading platforms, engines and algorithms that traded over $1.1 billion USD per day. Specifically in 2004, James started his first company; FXUC/Finexo and within 18 months was trading $3.5 billion per month becoming Saxo Bank’s 4th largest client. In 2011, in his five-year tenure as the CEO of CFH Systems, James single-handedly opened the Japanese market trading to CFH by guiding CFH into JFSA compliance and led the joint venture integration into the Monex Group, a Japanese public company with over 1.3 million retail clients. After turning each of these companies info profit engines, James was directly involved with the sale of five companies including three founded by him (FXUC, Olive Tree and Euro Georgia Group).

Conference Sessions

  • How Precision Technology in Construction Creates Successful Communities

    May 08, 2019, 02:00 PM - 02:50 PM, N115

    Together with Baya Build and Vivint Smart Home, Shine Communities plans to build 460 communities over the next 10 years, housing 50,000 adults with level 1 auti...

    • Language: English

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