Two Outstanding After Trading Hours Panel Discussions in Chicago & San Francisco

(Last Updated On: June 17, 2011)

Join the Discussion this July: Two Outstanding After Trading Hours Panel Discussions in Chicago & San Francisco

RegTech Chicago
New Markets, New Technology, New Regulations
Wednesday, July 20, 2011 • Chicago

High Frequency Trading
Connectivity, Co-Location, Build vs. Buy
Wednesday, July 27, 2011 • San Francisco

The Mankoff Company invites you to attend our evening forums addressing the latest “top-of-mind” issues facing today’s trader. With discussion on the latest in regulations, connectivity, co-location and technology challenges, we bring together our panel of practitioners who bring practical experience and real-world examples in a lively discussion.

Join us in Chicago and San Francisco and learn why 1,000+ of your industry colleagues have attended The Mankoff Company events which combine applicable discussions with a forum for an exchange of ideas. These panels are followed immediately with a networking reception allowing further opportunity for discussion and mingling with your industry peers. To date, over 60 of your trading colleagues have registered.

Companies speaking to date include: JMP Securities, Perihelion Capital Advisors, Haas School of Business, U of C Berkeley, Infinium Capital Management, Quantorithms Fund, Typhon Capital Management, CFN Services, Telx, Savvis and others

For more information about these events, please go to:
RegTech Chicago: http://www.themankoffcompany.com/ChicagoRegTech/

High Frequency Trading San Francisco: http://www.themankoffcompany.com/HFTCA/

For General Enquiries: info@themankoffcompany.com

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