North American Trading Architecture Summit
Tsvi Gal will deliver the Morning Keynote address: Defining innovation: how to kick start it and how to rip the benefits
Tsvi Gal has over 20 years of experience in IT in the financial services sector. He is CTO at Morgan Stanley, where he is responsible for constructing an industry leading, evolutionary architecture that is competitively positioned both on the buy side and on the sell side for future growth through innovation, processing scale, and efficiency.
Klay Stack will deliver the Afternoon Keynote address: Scaling application architecture for growth
Klay Stack is CTO and Managing Director with Marathon Asset Management, a $10 billion Investment Manager and leader in opportunistic investing in credit and fixed income global markets. With over 20 years of experience in the IT arena he is responsible for the firm's global Information Technology managing the firm's global hardware infrastructure and a portfolio of applications including the development of bespoke portfolio and risk management platforms.
Waters Technology and Sell-Side Technology are pleased to announce the 3rd annual North American Trading Architecture Summit, which will be held in New York City on April 23, 2013.
Registration is now open. Complimentary passes are available to qualified end-uers. CLICK HERE to see if you qualify.
Built upon the success of last year, the North American Trading Architecture Summit brings together technologists from the financial services as well as technology vendors and service providers to discuss the latest strategies and solutions in trading technology architecture and enterprise infrastructure.
We have made every effort to keep our agenda up-to-date with the latest developments in trading technology and enterprise infrastructure. Through a combination of panel discussions and industry presentations, representatives from both the sell side and the buy side will shed light on the must-have trading technologies and the latest industry hot topics including:
- Making the business case of Big Data
- Building platforms in the cloud environment
- Latency measures, risks, and trade-offs
- The value of open source technologies
- Real-time systems to manage risk
- The impact of standardization of business processes
- Enterprise scale aggregation
- Architectural implications of Dodd-Frank and other regulation on OTC trading
- The challenges of integrating new technologies within existing platforms
- Rebuilding the concept of infrastructures with managed services
Testimonials from previous Trading Architecture Summits:
A well rounded event that always drives great collaboration and growth for technologists in the financial industryNathan Boylan
Head of IT Operations
An excellent education on the latest hot topics and bleeding edge techniques, plus an A+ networking opportunityKevin Kelly
Very informative presentations and panel sessions with front to backoffice insightsFiachra O'Riain
Real practitioners pushing the edgeNeil Bartlett
Refreshingly honest sessionsDrago Indjic
Great event, well organised, and some wonderful presentations/panelsHong Wang
The conference is always an excellent opportunity to exchange demands and new developments around trading architecture on a high level of competenceUwe Jacobsen
Head of Trading IT
DZ Bank AG
I found the conference interesting and useful, sparking a few ideas that I will follow through with CIBCFrancis Maden
Head of e-Trading