The financial crisis has highlighted the importance of good risk management. It is now more important than ever for banks, hedge funds, insurance companies and pension funds to stay on top of industry developments and ensure they comply with fast-changing regulation on capital, credit and market risk, liquidity and derivatives use.
Our global portfolio of risk management events meet those needs, as the premier meeting place for the risk community. We pride ourselves on delivering practitioner-focused content for the rapidly evolving discipline of financial risk management. The events use a variety of formats and are widely considered to be business critical.
A conference and networking opportunity for senior decision makers in data, regulation and technology in capital markets.
Covering a range of current topics such as applicable uses for AI and alternative and unstructured data to name a few. These sessions will be focused on the implementation of new technology, exploring the opportunities of regtech and how to manage operating costs with so many frequent changes to the industry.
Specific speeches from CIO’s, fintech start up showcases and other varied sessions create a conference that fully represents the industry.More information
Most buy-side firms have grown over the years by way of mergers and acquisitions, which have had a significant bearing on their technology stacks. This has left many firms hamstrung and reliant on outdated legacy platforms and technologies.
The obvious solution for them is to wean themselves off those technologies and implement and single, front-to-back-office platform featuring the flexibility and scalability to support their growth and future needs. But those projects can be complex, costly and time-consuming, even for the smallest asset managers.
Joined by a team of industry experts, we will focus on the business and operational benefits of implementing a single investment management platform. We will then investigate how buy-side firms can make the business case for embarking on such an initiative.
- The business and operational challenges facing buy-side firms that have become reliant on outdated technology
- How buy-side firms can make the business case for developing and deploying a single investment management platform to support their growth and future needs
- The key business, operational and technology issues buy-side firms need consider when embarking on a system consolidation project
- The benefits buy-side firms stand to gain by replacing outdated technology and the specific business processes that will be positively impacted by such a move
- Results of the system consolidation study carried out by WatersTechnology and SimCorp
WatersTechnology is delighted to announce the return of our Market Data training and FISD/FIA exam preparation. In-depth training on all aspects of the revised FISD/FIA examination syllabus and comprehensive understanding of the technical and administrative aspects of the Market Data industry.More information
Financial services firms of all sizes and in all markets have never been more hard-pressed than they are right now to provide value to their customers and investors, while simultaneously having to manage fixed operating costs and address challenging regulatory mandates. Complex legacy infrastructure often gets in the way of effective data exploration and business insight and increases the cost of change.
Firms are increasingly looking to third-party providers for help with their data sourcing, aggregation and mastering functions. And while cloud-based services took some time to reach critical mass across the capital markets, they are now the only practical way of delivering a growing range of proven products and services to end-users, both to address enterprise-wide data requirements as well as to augment existing infrastructure. Managed data services can bring significantly reduced onboarding times, shrinking total cost of ownership and accelerated time to market in onboarding new content, feeding new business applications or meeting new regulatory requirements.
This webcast, sponsored by Asset Control, will explore the following issues:
- The specifics around the latest cloud-based data management products and ancillary services
- The extent to which financial services firms are making use of cloud-based, managed data services to underpin new business initiatives and regulatory obligations
- The value propositions, including financial benefits, time to market and reduced implementation risks that firms benefit from by adopting cloud-based managed services
- Selection criteria firms should consider when looking to partner with managed service providers
At WatersAsia 2019, senior data, compliance and technology decision makers will gather together to address the most pressing current issues such as AI, Analytics, Alternative and Unstructured Data, Cognitive compliance, RPA, Cloud computing, People & Culture, and Regulatory & Geo-political issues.More information
Hosted by Waters magazine, WatersTechnology and Buy-Side Technology, the Buy-Side Technology Awards recognize the leading technologies and third-party vendors in their area of expertise. The awards are free to enter and are open to all technology firms, brokers, and buy-side institutions regardless of their size, location or ownership.More information
Hosted by Inside Market Data, Inside Reference Data, Buy-Side Technology, Sell-Side Technology and Waters magazine, the WatersTechnology series of events are the leading financial data management and technology conferences for information and systems professionals working at financial trading firms around the world.More information
Hosted by Waters magazine, WatersTechnology and Sell-Side Technology, the Sell-Side Technology Awards recognize the leading technologies and third-party vendors in their area of expertise. The awards are free to enter and are open to all technology firms, brokers, and sell-side institutions regardless of their size, location or ownership.More information
The Asia Pacific Financial Information Summit (APFIS) is one of the leading financial information events in Asia. It is a renowned incubator for technology, data, and information and innovation practitioners in finance to share the latest updates data strategy and evaluate potential technology iMore information
日本の金融市場は急速に変化しており、コスト削減やスピードアップを求める圧力、新技術の出現、また変化する規制要件などが変化を後押ししています。このため、ITやデータに関する実務の担当者にとって、フロントオフィス、ミドルオフィスおよびバックオフィスにおける自らの業務の最適化に寄与する最新のツールや技術革新について常に把握しておくことが非常に重要です。また、変化する国内外の規制環境に対応し続けることも不可欠な状況になっています。 今年で7回目を迎える東京金融情報＆技術サミットは、自社の戦略を同業他社の戦略に照らして評価することに役立つほか、データやIT分野のソートリーダーが実践している実例の研究を通じて新たな見識を得たり成功例について学んだりするのにも役立ちます。 下記に関する実用的な見識をまとめて得ることができる、一日限りの本カンファレンスに是非ご参加ください。More information
Tokyo Financial information & Technology Summit (TFITS) is a leading event in Japan which attracts over 350 high level delegates working in trading technology, infrastructure, market data, reference data from key financial institutionsMore information