TradeTech Asia 2016

TradeTech Asia is the conference designed by the buy-side for the buy-side, offering dedicated content to address our biggest equities trading and technology pain points.

Every year with the most influential buy-side Heads of Equities Trading and Heads of Trading Technology all under one roof at one time, this is our opportunity to benchmark our business with those that are best adapting to the new financial landscape.

It seems every day we hear of new “innovation” or “disruption” (depending on your point of view). However, the sheer volume of all this noise can be overwhelming. How do you determine what you need to listen to out of the cacophony of voices? We can help. We do the listening for you.

Join us as we examine the hottest trends TradeTech, Digital & Modernization!

All Star Panel: How can you use machine learning and artificial intelligence for predictive analysis and accurate analytics?

Among the topics we will cover are:

  • How can you optimize trade execution with AI?
  • How can artificial intelligence help in predictive and accurate analytics?
  • How can your investment research and portfolio analysis benefit from AI applications?
  • AI and compliance: How do your trade surveillance capabilities need to evolve with adoption of AI?
  • Buy or build strategies: How can you work with fintech vendors and develop inhouse AI capabilities?

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Eiichiro Yanagawa About Eiichiro Yanagawa

Eiichiro Yanagawa is a senior analyst with Celent's Asian Financial Services group and is based in the firm’s Tokyo office. His research focuses on IT strategy issues in the Japanese and Asian banking and financial industries. His recent research has included core banking systems, ATMs, anti-money laundering technology, electronic trading, document management, IT spending trends, and business process outsourcing. Eiichiro's consulting experience includes development of bank IT strategies, thin client / desktop virtualization to support business continuity, evaluation of data centers for hosting core systems, and vendor selection of AML, risk management, and other technologies.

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