NATAS 2015 Shaping Up Nicely

NATAS 2015 set to focus on cyber security, data analytics and risk management strategies.

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This year's NATAS event will be held at the New York Marriott Marquis in Times Square.

Waters’ annual North American Trading Architecture Summit, scheduled to be held at the New York Marriott Marquis in Times Square on April 21, is taking shape.

This year's program, which kicks off at 08.50 (EST), features four keynote presentations, a number of interactive roundtables during the course of the day, and Waters' customary C-level panel discussion. This year's Sell-Side Technology Awards will be held immediately after NATAS 2015 at the same venue. 

Topics that will be addressed during the day-long conference include:

• Data analytics tools
• Risk management technologies & strategies
• Low-latency trading & complex-event processing (CEP) technologies
• Cyber security
• Electrification of the fixed-income market
• Cloud & software-defined storage (SDS)

Speakers confirmed for the event include:
• Nancy Wiser, COO and head of technology, Wells Fargo Funds Management (morning keynote)
• David Lewis, MD and head of architecture & platform services, BNY Mellon (afternoon keynote)
• Michael Radziemski, CIO, Lord Abbett
• Carol Dow, principal, global systems integration (and former CTO), Vanguard
• Nancy Selph, executive director ─ CTO, UBS
• Bill Murphy, CTO, Blackstone
• Klay Stack, CTO, Marathon Asset Management
• Jasmine Burgess, chief risk officer, Prologue Capital Management
• Joseph Lodato, chief compliance officer, Guggenheim Partners
• Paul Doelger, chief risk officer ─ technology, BNY Mellon
• Gregg Berman, associate director, division of trading & markets, US Securities and Exchange Commission

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