|Event Date/Time: Sep 19, 2012||End Date/Time: Sep 20, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: Apr 30, 2012|
This event will provide you with ALL of the tools you need to ensure that you have the fastest, most efficient, most cost effective trading technology to meet the needs of your clients and maximise the revenue of each and every transaction. The low latency discussion is extinct I hear you say â€“ but we both know we cannot bring together these influential leaders without continuing this discussion along with the impact of market makers. But donâ€™t worry you will walk away with so much more.
This yearâ€™s programme has created the opportunity for you to be involved in dedicated discussion with your direct peers. The bigger picture architectural challenges will be covered in the plenary session but then be a part of a specialised programme designed with you in mind.
Trading Architecture Europe has once again been designed by the industry for the industry and digs deeper into the growing architectural priorities and opportunities for trading companies.
The agenda is still under development but will provide strategic and technical insight on:
â€¢Building a comprehensive risk management strategy as part of the trading architecture approach
â€¢The current market structure and review of the impacts to the buy side, sell side and venue technology decisions including MiFID II, Basel III and Dodd Frank interpretations
â€¢Identifying your best in breed technology and technology enablers to realise the opportunities for multi asset class trading
â€¢Opportunities for trading in emerging markets such as South America, Eastern Europe, and India and the current strategic, technological and market inhibitors that you need to overcome
â€¢Reviewing the notion of data centres as the new trading hub and what this means for your market data infrastructure
â€¢Determining how fast is fast enough for different trading strategies and reviewing the latest technology in low and ultra low latency including FPGA and GPU technology
â€¢Managing volatile data volumes and ensuring the correct infrastructure is in place to diminish the chance of a competitive disadvantage