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Dates for your diary: Quant Conference , Risk Minds in Geneva, Olympic Real Time Club Dinner,CQF London and NY.

Dates for your diary
Deploying Low-Latency Technologies – New York City, November 17, 2011
Link:A-Team Summit

A chance to find out what’s actually going on at the bleeding edge of HFT and meet up with your peers to discuss developments.

Quant Seminar with Win Schoutens, London Thursday 20th October
Win will talk on
‘Measuring Market Fear and the Pricing and Hedging of Systemic Risk’
Room 2005, Cass Business School,London from 6.10pm to 7.15pm.
Light refreshments will be available on the 2nd Floor Milling Area from 5.40pm,
Link:Quant SeminarAlthough the seminar is free, please contact Stewart Hodges, so that security at Cass don’t get overwhelmed on the night.

Global Derivatives Trading and Risk Management :: Chicago
14 – 17 November 2011, Trump Hotel, Chicago
The European version of Global Derivatives has long been the best Quant conference so at last they have brought it to the USA. There’s a bunch of excellent speakers such as Aaron Brown, Jim Gatheral, Peter Carr, Paul Glasserman, Fabio Mercurio, Pat Hagan, Helyette Geman, Damiano Brigio, Attilo Meucci and it would not be complete without Emanuel Derman on Models Behaving Badly, plus a bunch of other speakers. It’s a two day affair with an optional high frequency trading summit on the Monday and a choice of Commodity, Regulation, Volatility and Portfolio Management on the Thursday.
Link:Global Derivatives

Risk Minds Geneva , 5th – 9th December, 2011
It’s a big event with a good range of speakers such as:
Aaron Brown, CRO AQR
Hugo Banziger CRO Deutsche Bank
David Coleman CRO RBS
Maureen Miskovic CRO UBS
Andrew Abrahams Global Head Of Quantitative Research JP MORGAN
John Micklethwait Editor-In-Chief The Economist
Jeevan Perera, Risk Manager, NASA SPACE CENTRE
Robert Engle, Professor @ NYU
Link:Risk Minds Geneva
Apparently if you use code TT57 you get 25% off which should help keep your firm solvent in these interesting times.

Real Time Club Computing and the London 2012 Olympics
Tuesday 15 November 2011
The RTC is the oldest technology dining club and next month we will discuss the fears and hopes around the technology for the London Olympics over a good meal and some decent wine.
RTC dinners are held in the National Liberal Club from 6:00PM to 9:30 and you do not need to be a member of the RTC or indeed a Liberal to enjoy this event.
Link:RTC Dinner

3rd Annual RegTech,New York, Thursday, November 10, 2011
Two panels:
Market Volatility, the State of the Economy and the Impact of Present and Future Regulation
Mission Critical: Connectivity, Co-Location and the Drive for Ever-Lower Latency

Wilmott Certificate in Quantitative Finance Information Session
If you are interested in finding out about the program and meeting those who teach then come along:
Link:CQF Site
Thu, October 20, 2011 AT 06:30 PM
Location: New York
New York Marriott Marquis 1535 Broadway, Midtown

Wed, November 02, 2011 AT 06:30 PM
Location: London

7city Learning

Mon, November 07, 2011 AT 06:30 PM
Location:New York

7city Learning NY

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