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London Capital Club

15 Abchurch Lane

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EC4N 7BW

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Thank you for registering to attend this round table discussion hosted and sponsored by Quincy Data/McKay Brothers, Interxion and Options Technology, on the topic of Trading Infrastructure: Does the build-buy question increasingly favour buy?
Electronic trading has evolved significantly in the last decade. During this period, many banks and trading firms invested in their own proprietary infrastructure. More recently however, as regulatory drivers force banks to become more capital-efficient; as new electronic trading opportunities open up in a range of new asset classes such as Fixed Income, currencies and commodities; and as the quality, performance and variety of outsourced solutions grows, many firms are re-evaluating their trading technology strategies.
  • What trends are emerging in how build/buy decisions are being made?
  • What components of trading infrastructure are firms increasingly outsourcing to specialist providers?
  • What are the implications of these trends, not just for the banks and trading firms, but for the wider market?
This discussion seeks to answer these questions and more, facilitated by Mike O’Hara from The Realization Group, and featuring:

Stéphane Tyč - Co-founder of Quincy Data/McKay Brothers
Bill Fenick - Strategy and Marketing Director at Interxion
James Laming - Head of Infrastructure R&D at OptionsIT
Mike Powell - Founder/Director, Inkblue Limited

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