Sian Allsopp

Siân Allsopp joined Morgan Stanley’s Core Enterprise Technology and Services division based out of London in November 2015, and is currently running Global Technology Disaster Recovery and Tech Business Continuity Planning along with Global Infrastructure Change Management.

Prior to this Siân performed a variety of technology roles at JPMorgan over eight years, most recently as Global Head of Change Management for the Corporate and Investment Bank division.  Other roles included managing Front Office trading platform and Middle Office processing systems support as EMEA Equities Cash Production Manager and performing generalist global Service Management positions for Equities Cash and Derivatives.

Computer Science modules taken during her History degree at the University of Leicester, led to Siân’s first role managing all things computer related for a small Public Affairs and Relations recruitment consultancy, and initiated a career in technology.  She then spent eight years with PricewaterhouseCoopers in technology roles aligned to the Recruitment and HR division, before moving into the internal IT division.

In 2019 Siân won the National Women in Technology ‘Advocate of the Year’ award in recognition of her efforts to correct imbalances in both the pipeline and workplace.  She has been a senior female panellist at  Blackrock ‘IT’s not just for Boys’ and also at ‘Driving Innovation through Diversity’ hosted by  Amazon/AT Kearny’s for International Women’s Day.

Siân co-chairs the Morgan Stanley London Computing at Schools Committee, has acted as a Dragon for the Apps for Good annual awards, and sits on the Steering Group of the ‘Tech She Can’ Charter which is a commitment by over 100 firms to work together to increase the number of women in technology in the UK.

She is Morgan Stanley’s Graduate Recruitment Diversity Lead for the London offices and has co-sponsored the annual Spring Insight London programme since 2017, helping to drive campus hiring numbers to gender parity for Summer and Spring interns.  She lives in Radlett, north west of London with her husband and rescue cat.