TradeTech HFT

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Event Date/Time: Apr 24, 2012 End Date/Time: Apr 24, 2012
Early Registration Date: Dec 23, 2011
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Debates on HFT regulation, the changing role of market making and new ideas for high frequency trading will form the basis of this day.

Heads of trading, prop traders and head of technology will debate the infrastructure, IT and latency issues, with a special focus on complexity and latency. Join this focus day if you wish to learn about HFT, how to interact with it and what your competitors and counterparties are doing to take advantage of the ultra-low latency trading strategies.


Creating effective & intelligent regulation for the newly emerging volatile high frequency trading environment: making markets fair & protecting the end investor

The future of the trading world – looking at the profound changes in the markets, in our behaviour and forecasting for the future

Looking at HFT as part of every day trading on every desk in every business

Strategies interacting with high frequency flow in both dark and lit environments

Debating the challenges of choosing and maintaining top trading infrastructure and platforms to gain competitive advantage and effectively interact with HFT

Looking at the future of HFT in OTC swaps

Debating the role of HFT in the market structure and the changes that are bound to come with the new regulation

Assessing how exchanges are preparing for the increasing HFT order flow

Building your technology Infrastructure to enable ultra HFT – paying only for what you need to increase performance

Developing your own proprietary algos for operating in the new volatile environment: ideas for interacting with HFT

Balancing latency, data access and energy in your trading model

Achieving new advantages and alpha purely on trading: ideas and strategies

Strategies for managing technical and trading complexity within HFT environment: how complex is it going to get for all market participants?

Effectively using DMA in an HFT environment: risks, costs, benefits and disadvantages