Yang Sun, Director at Alibaba Cloud Joins London Summit 2019

Yang Sun will be hosting a session that touches on cloud technology and its impact on the financial services sector.

London Summit 2019 is right around the corner, and the biggest names in the industry continue to join the event. Yang Sun, Director at Alibaba Cloud for the UK&I and Nordics is the latest expert to join a highly distinguished group of speakers.

Held at the Old Billingsgate, London Summit 2019 promises to be the marquee industry gathering for learning, meeting contacts, and fostering new business.

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Upwards of 3,000 attendees are expected this year, derived from leading retail FX brokers, fintech startups, investment banks, and service providers.

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The session will touch on cloud technology and its impact on the financial services sector. More specifically, this includes the flow of market-pricing data originates at the exchange or marketplace, and its passage onto the trader for interpretation via the online trading platform.

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In order to compete in the near-light-speed digital markets of today, it is a necessity that surplus latency is reduced as it appears in each facet of the trading operation.

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Yang Sun, Alibaba
Yang Sun, Director at Alibaba Cloud

In this session, Yang Sun will demonstrate how cloud services can help FX customers and play an integral role in reducing latency on both Internet connectivity and Brokerage servers.

Alibaba Cloud is uniquely situated to address this technology, given its presence as a London subsidiary of a Chinese company. The inside perspective is highly informative as it offers a unique glimpse into the Chinese and East Asian space.

Details on London Summit 2019’s workshops and panels will be updated daily so feel free to check back for more details in the coming weeks.

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