WatersTechnology & Refinitiv Roadshow Roundtables
WatersTechnology & Refinitiv Roadshow Roundtables. 1.5 hours of content-led briefings with panel discussion format at a co-working space with basic refreshments and Coffee/tea
Data management and sourcing to boost trading execution
Exclusive Roundtable | November 8, 2022 at 3PM SGT
Who Should Attend?
Senior level professionals within departments including:
Credit Risk, Liquidity Risk, Market Risk, Quant/Analyist
Back Office, Data/Information, Market Data, Reference Data, Risk Technology, Trading Technology
Collateral Management, Fixed Income, FX, Interest Rates, Structured Products, Trading
About WatersTechnology roundtables
Waterstechnology roundtables are designed exclusively for senior executives. These exclusive events provide an intimate setting for executives to discuss a specific trend or challenge in order to develop the best course of action to address it. The discussion is conducted under Chatham House rules which means it is off the record hence participants can share their views openly, freely and anonymously.
Waterstechnology would welcome senior practitioners to take part to exchange idea with peers and to move forward together during uncertain times.
WatersTechnology is the financial services industry’s premier provider of technology and data-related information.
With so much changing in the data and technology industries, market participants need up-to-date, trusted intelligence and analysis on what these developments mean for their companies, their careers, their clients, and their competitors.
WatersTechnology reports, analyses and informs its readers about the latest business and technology developments, people moves and company developments, and crucial regulatory updates. We don’t just provide you with the facts – we investigate topics in detail, assess the implications of industry developments, speak with practitioners, and produce in-depth, analytical articles.
Ultimately our users are able to make better, more informed decisions thanks to the information we provide. And they’ve been relying on our intelligence in various formats since as far back as 1983.