Waters USA Shaping Up Nicely

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Peter Kelso, Deutsche Insurance Asset Management

This year's Waters USA conference, scheduled to be held at the New York Marriott Marquis Hotel in Manhattan on Monday December 6, boasts a number of the industry's most senior names. Kicking off proceedings is William Neuberger, managing director, global co-head of Morgan Stanley Electronic Trading, followed by arguably the day's highlight, the CIOs' panel discussion, starting at 09.20 EST.

Neuberger will cover impending banking regulations and what they will mean to financial services firms from a technology perspective, while the CIOs, moderated by Victor Anderson, will focus on the objectives and strategies for CIOs and CTOs in an industry likely to be affected by slow economic growth for the foreseeable future.

CIOs panelists include:
• Peter Kelso, managing director, global CIO at DB Advisors and global CIO at Deutsche Insurance Asset Management
• Michael Radziemski, partner and CIO, Lord Abbett and Co.
• Scott Marcar, global head of risk and finance technology, Royal Bank of Scotland
• Peter Richards, managing director, CTO, global head of production and infrastructure management, investment banking group, JP Morgan
Drew Vaden, CIO, Nomura Holdings, America

For a full conference agenda click here:

The AFTSs (American Financial Technology Awards) will be held at the same venue immediately after the Waters USA conference. For full details of the AFTAs click here.

 

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