Nige Tranter leads Orrick’s strategy to harness the power of data, digital technologies, and artificial intelligence to add value for clients and enhance business processes.
Specifically, Nige is focused on four questions:
• How can we continually improve our use of data, providing sophisticated analytics, insights and data-driven decision making?
• How can we use AI to support the business?
• How do we adapt to the digital workplace, continuing to evolve and embed emerging digital capabilities in conjunction with increasing digital skills for our team?
• How can we reimagine existing business processes, ensuring they are optimized and fit for purpose?
He collaborates closely with Orrick’s Chief Innovation Officer Wendy Curtis, Chief Technology Officer Justin Graham and the firm’s leadership to answer these questions and deploy solutions.
Nige is a seasoned technology and innovation leader. He draws on extensive experience in the financial sector, including serving for four years as Chief Information Officer at Gulf Bank in Kuwait and for 10 years as the Chief Architect for EMEA at Barclays. He also served as Chief Technology Officer at Pinsent Masons.
Nige serves on several legal technology advisory boards and is a judge for the British Legal Technology Awards, an accredited One Million Mentor and an ambassador for Stemnet in the UK.