Malcolm King

Malcolm KingMr. Malcolm King is an Executive Director with Morgan Stanley in the Enterprise Computing division.  As manager of the Client Authentication Systems Engineering group, he leads the area responsible for the technology that secures applications used by the firm's institutional trading and retail wealth management clients.  He is also the co-chair of Cooper Union’s Financial Services Affinity Group, an alumni organization that supports the school through fundraising initiatives and provides guidance to students and alumni interested in careers in financial services.

Prior to Morgan Stanley, Mr. King spent thirteen years at Citigroup, where he was most recently a technology architect and client manager for the bank’s foreign exchange electronic trading infrastructure.  He was previously the manager of the Internet and Security Network Engineering department.  He started his career at Federal Express as an engineer in their Information Security division.

Mr. King grew up in Brooklyn, NY, attended Stuyvesant H.S., and received his BE in Electrical Engineering from Cooper Union in 1997. He currently lives with his wife and three children in Jersey City, NJ.

Member of The Cooper Union Board since 2013

Term Ends: 2017

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