Tyler Moeller, SB (6-2), MEng '98, named to Tech 50: "The Difference Makers" in Financial Services


Tyler Moeller, SB (6-2), MEng '98 named to Top50: Difference Makers in Finance Technology

Tyler Moeller, CEO and Co-founder (in 2003) of Broadway Technology, LLC, has been selected by the international business to business publication the Institutional Investor as one of the top 50 Technology Leaders in Financial Services. He is also distinguished in this group as the youngest at 36. 

While earning his MEng at MIT in Course 6-2, Moeller, worked at the MIT Lincoln Laboratory where he designed FPGA-based signal processing systems and developed software at the U.S. Army’s Night Vision and Electro-Optics Laboratory. Tyler started his career as a software engineer at Trilogy, an enterprise software company whose customers included Sun Microsystems, Ford Motors and other Fortune 100 companies.  Moeller launched his entrepreneurial career as Director of Development and Acting CTO at carOrder.com, a startup that raised $125m in investments. He led the ongoing development of the company's sales management systems and its critically acclaimed retail automotive website, which was the first of its kind.

Moeller later became a Founding Partner of KATS, LLC, a proprietary high-frequency automated trading group associated with Ronin Capital, where he traded U.S. Treasury cash and futures. At KATS, Moeller collaborated with Broadway Co-Founder Joshua Walsky to develop early versions of Broadway's current software platform, the TOC™, which is noted as a robust extensible enterprise platform in the industry including foreign exchange and interest rate swaps.