London’s institutional trading community will be heading to the Grange hotel in Holborn to be part of a gathering of professionals discussing major topics affecting the FX trading community.
Join 90+ of Your Colleagues Already Registered for Thursday’s Event!
Incorporating “top-of-mind” issues for the trader, this event is another in a series of After the Bell Discussion Forums produced by The Mankoff Company for the financial community. These events marry lively discussion with active networking – Register now to reserve your place!
Our 22nd March event addresses the latest areas of discussion including applying the right algos; quantitative vs. systematic trading; global opportunities; big data issues; news based trading and more! The forum promotes optimal networking opportunities with niche discussions on topics most pertinent to those of us working in the financial markets today. Topics addressed include: Technology and automation for successful trading; Taking advantage of international market differentials; assessing the impact of data and news-based trading; Big Data and more.
Held after trading hours so as not to take time away from the desk, this event offers an optimum combination of topical discussion and industry networking at a cocktail reception immediately following the panels. Join us on 22nd March in London for another Mankoff Company event. Up-to-date agenda follows…
Thursday, March 22, 2012
5:30 pm Registration
6:00 pm Panel I: Technology and Automation for Successful Trading
This panel addresses:
Best practices to enhance the performance of your global trading infrastructure: Applying the right algorithms
Developing smart strategies: Quantitative vs. Intelligence/Event signature-based
Connectivity, latency and searching for alpha
Creating positive returns from fully automated short-term currency
Stacey Mankoff, Managing Principal, The Mankoff Company
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Philippe Bonnefoy, Founder, Eleuthera Capital AG
Graeme Burnett, Software Engineer, Morgan Stanley
James Hilton, Director, AES, Credit Suisse
6:45 pm Assessing the Impact of Data and News-based Trading
This panel addresses:
Big Data: How do you handle the growing demands of data information, storage and overall management?
Technology & data requirements of a news driven trading strategy
Identifying market-beating opportunities with the application of news based trading
Differentiating between news based and sentiment based
Mike O’Hara, Publisher, The High Frequency Trading Review
Rich Brown, Head of Elektron Analytics, Thomson Reuters
Dave Cliff, Professor, Department of Computer Science,
University of Bristol
Marco Dion, Head, European Quant Strategy, J.P. Morgan
Con Keating, Head of Research, BrightonRock Group
7:30 pm Networking Reception
Following the conclusion of the Roundtable Panel Sessions join us for a Networking Cocktail Reception to further discuss the most top of mind issues of those involved in the financial markets
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Who Will be Attending the Event:
Proprietary Trading Desks
High Frequency Traders
FX, Options and Futures Trading Desks
Commodity Trading Advisors
Grange Holborn Hotel
50:60 Southampton Row
London WC1B 4AR
T: 020 7242 1800
For further information, please contact info@TheMankoffCompany.com Buy-Side Traders, Proprietary Traders, Hedge Funds, CTAs, Portfolio Managers, Asset Management Firms: Complimentary
Broker/Dealers, Sell Side, Vendors, Technology Providers, Solution Providers, Advisory Firms, Consulting Firms, Exchanges/ECNs, Law Firms, Executive Recruiting Firms:
All others, please contact info@TheMankoffCompany.com
Forexmagnates team will be reporting direct from the event.