Revolutionizing the Accounting Industry through Cloud Computing
Dr Chandra Bhansali, CEO, AccountantsWorld
Blocking and Chaining: Blockchain in Oil and Gas Drilling Automation
Dr. Robello Samuel, Chief Technical Advisor and Halliburton Technology Fellow, Halliburton
Rethinking Healthcare Analytics
Julius Bogdan, Director of Analytics and Data Innovation, SCL Health
Technology and Diversification in Foreign Exchange Portfolios
Robert Savage, CEO, CCTrack Solutions
Algorithmic or algo trading became popular following the computerization of trading in American financial markets in the 1970s. Since then, stock exchanges have witnessed innovative electronic trading trends. In recent years, the practice of do-it-yourself algorithm trading has become widespread. Today, hedge funds are crowdsourcing algorithms from amateur programmers for writing the most profitable code. The practice has been made possible due to high-speed Internet and the development of new generation computers at relatively cheap prices. Appropriate computer software is very important to ensure accurate and effective execution of the trade orders.
Brent Bailey, CIO, GPS Capital Markets
There has been a widespread evolution in the financial industry since 2002, in regards to software and hardware.
Paul Daley, Head of Fixed Info Lab – BondWave LLC
I recently read the Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposed Rule 22e-4 concerning Open-End Fund Liquidity Risk Management Programs (LRMP) and Swing Pricing.
Ralph Achkar, Director of Strategic Alliances, Capital Markets, Colt Technology Services
The unexpected political developments we’ve seen happen in the world over the last year–namely, the election of Donald Trump as the next president of the United States.
Artem Tymoshenko, CEO, Maxpay LLC
The Internet has fundamentally changed almost every industry. Whether it was Google providing hyper-efficient search results, online tracking facilitating supply-chain management, or Apple digitizing the distribution of media and communication
Mona Mahajan, US Investment Strategist, Allianz Global Investors
Trade tensions with China have escalated and continue to be a source of uncertainty for markets.
Dr. John Bates, CTO, Intelligent Business Operations
Crises in capital markets are often hitting the headlines today. In 2010, a “Flash Crash” caused the Dow Jones Industrial average to tumble almost a thousand points before recovering most losses within 30 minutes.
Saro Jahani, CIO, Direct Edge
As in other industries, technology is making business much faster and this will continue to be a big story in capital markets in 2014.However, speed requires stability. At Direct Edge, I have developed and executed against a "Stability and Latency Roadmap." Since stock exchanges are classified by
James Eichmann, Chief Data Officer, Billtrust
Real upgrades involve rebuilding processes, and sometimes departments, with new tools, best practices, and automated technology solutions.
Georgette Kiser, CIO, The Carlyle Group
Information Technology deals with infrastructure and application development technologies and solutions to help companies that operate in the capital markets.
Ed Brandman, CIO, KKR & Co. L.P.
Getting bang for the buck with enterprise technology is challenging in any industry. The projects are large, expensive and by the time you’ve implemented the solution.
Tammy Moskites, CIO & CISO, Venafi
I think the best way to describe the challenges that need to be met within the cybersecurity industry is to use a health analogy.