Exhibit hall Registration

Program

The Financial Services Technology Expo features a dramatic new format to match its enhanced content.  

Tuesday, June 22

   

8:00 AM

 

Expo Registration Opens

   

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

 

Conference Attendee Buffet Breakfast

  

 Rendezvous Trianon Ballroom, 3rd Floor

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM 

 

EXHIBIT HALL OPEN 

   

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

 Expo Theater 

Grand Ballroom, 3rd floor

Welcome and Opening Remarks

Tim Ryan

 

T. Timothy Ryan Jr.
President and CEO
Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association
www.sifma.org  

   
  

New Intelligence for Smarter Financial Markets

Steve Mills

 

Steve Mills
Senior Vice President and Group Executive
IBM Software Group
www.ibm.com  

Management of risk is a top priority for market participants while increased regulation is amplifying requirements for more transparency across the industry.  Combined with the continuing trends in capital markets -- exponential growth in volumes, everyone moving to new asset classes, and exploding forms of enrichment data -- participants will need to differentiate by capturing, enriching, and analyzing information ahead of their competitors.

   
  

Technology Economics:
The Massive, Underlying Force Reshaping
Our Global Markets and World Economies

 Howared Rubin

 

Dr. Howard A. Rubin
Professor Emeritus of Computer Science
Hunter College of the City University of New York
Senior Advisor
Gartner Group
www.rubinworldwide.com

   

11:15 AM - 12:15 PM

 Solution Center 

Clinton Room, 2nd floor

Microsoft Solution Center

  

Duncan Werner
Founding Partner
Structured Data, LLC
www.riskamp.com

  

Antonio Zurlo
Technology Specialist-High Performance Computing
Microsoft
www.microsoft.com

  

Neil Cowit
Solution Specialist, High Performance Computing
Microsoft
www.microsoft.com

  

If you ever had a proprietary model built in Excel that you wished completed in a shorter period of time, then this is the session for you. Microsoft will discuss how you can put those Excel models on steroids while also improving the performance of other proprietary and commercially available computer intensive applications.

  Solution Center
  

Madison Suite, 2nd floor

  

High-Performance Trading Myth Busting

  

Presented by Cisco
www.cisco.com

  

Moderator

  

Paul Jameson
Global Senior Director, Financial Services
Cisco
www.cisco.com

  

Panel

  

Mats Andersson
CTO
Nasdaq
www.nasdaq.com

  

Donal Byrne
CEO
Corvil
www.corvil.com

  

Peter Lankford
Founder and Director
Securities Technology Analysis Center
www.STACresearch.com

  

Dave Malik
Director, Solutions Architecture
Cisco
www.cisco.com

  

Bob van Valzah
Director, Product Marketing
29West
www.29west.com

  

 

Fact vs. fiction in the world of high performance trading in today’s global financial markets with a panel of industry leaders. Topics include: Understanding “real latency,” the true impact of packet loss in HFT and the visibility you must have to optimize your environment. 

 

  Solution Center
  

Bryant Suite, 2nd Floor

Desktop Virtualization: Managing Risk and Optimizing Agility

Presented by Citrix
www.citrix.com 

Dan Parascandola
Senior Director Northeast Enterprise Sales
Citrix Systems, Inc.
www.citrix.com

Desktop virtualization provides opportunities to streamline how applications are made available to end users, while keeping track of all the applications that reside on discrete multiple devices. The financial services industry, affected by global, governmental and enterprise-level changes, is moving to Desktop Virtualization. Organizations need to plan their migration to a virtualized desktop environment while managing security, compliance, governance, license management and other critical variables. Desktop virtualization will help financial institutions control costs, accelerate the deployment of new services and enhance the agility of institutions operating in an increasingly competitive environment.Learn about how desktop virtualization:

 

• Helps financial services organizations remotely provision employees securely without desktop assets

• Provides flexible infrastructure to entities interested in emerging markets

• Complies with data-location restriction rules while providing secure and authorized access to off-shore locations

 

  Solution Center
  

Morgan Suite, 2nd floor

CO-CREATE: INNOVATE: ENGAGE - Mobility Solutions Leveraging the Cloud

Presented by Market Simplified, Inc.
www.marketsimplified.com

Vinod Muthukrishnan
Vice President - Strategy & Partnerships
MarketSimplified Inc
www.marketsimplified.com 

Praveen Kumar
Vice President – Products & Solutions
MarketSimplified Inc
www.marketsimplified.com

Peter Cohen
Director – Amazon Web Services Corporate Development
Amazon
www.amazon.com

The rising popularity and usage of mobile applications in the financial services industry is paving the way to opportunities never seen before. We are seeing the advent of newer business models solely based on mobility and path breaking strategies that seek to solve many issues that this industry has been facing. The session will cover the following:

-Market Simplified experiences in the mobile financial space.
-How can customers be fully involved in bringing new products to the mobile applications space?
-What would it take to engage the customer in the design process? 
-How do we create an engaging and personalized mobile experience for the end customer? 
-Global reach - local expectations but strangely similar requirements: Our global experience.
-How does one aim to increase the customer base and penetration with the least possible capital expenditure or better still without any capital expenditure?
-How to leverage the endless possibilities that Cloud Computing brings in for all of the above?
-The next wave of financial services mobile applications.

 

   

12:15 - 1:30 PM

 

VIP LUNCHEON
By Invitation Only
 

Rendezvous Trianon Ballroom, 3rd floor

Luncheon Keynote Speaker

Larry Kudlow

 

Larry Kudlow
Host of CNBC’s “The Kudlow Report”
CEO of Kudlow & Co., LLC
Former Associate Director of US Office of Management & Budget

  

Co-Hosted by:  Citrix Systems
                       Cognizant Technology Solutions
                       Microsoft
                       Proviz, Inc.

   

1:35 PM - 2:05 PM

 

Expo Theater

Grand Ballroom, 3rd floor

  

Special Guest Speaker

Larry Kudlow

 

Larry Kudlow
Host of CNBC’s “The Kudlow Report”
CEO of Kudlow & Co., LLC
Former Associate Director of US Office of Management & Budget

   

2:05 PM - 2:30 PM

 

Conference Attendee Break

  

 Outside the Bryant Clinton, Madison and Morgan Suites, 2nd Floor

 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

 

SPECIAL PRESENTATION

  

Nassau Room, 2nd floor

Technology Visions: Thoughts from Securities Industry CIOs and CTOs

Moderator

Suresh Kumar
Chief Technology Officer
Pershing
www.pershing.com

Panel

Anna Ewing
Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer
NASDAQ OMX
www.nasdaqomx.com

Steve Rubinow
Global Chief Information Officer
NYSE Euronext
www.nyse.com

Thomas Carroll
Chief Technology Officer
Convergex Group
www.convergex.com

Rich Greenbaum
Regional Chief Information Officer
Barclays Capital
www.barcap.com

Hear from leading industry CIOs and CTOs about their visions for technology in the securities industry. How will technology be used to address the new financial services regulations? What technologies will dominate in the years to come? What will be the most significant technology initiatives in financial services?

   

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

 

Conference Sessions

Track 1: Trading & Market Technology

Clinton Suite, 2nd floor

Technology Solutions for the New Market Structure Regulations

Moderator

Richard H. Repetto, CFA
Principal
Sandler O'Neill + Partners, L.P.
www.sandleroneill.com

Panel

Anthony Hallinger

Director Customer Execution Quality
Pershing LLC, a subsidiary of The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation
www.pershing.com

Kenneth N. Wilson
Citigroup/ATD
www.citi.com

George Wolf
UBS
www.ubs.com

Over the past decade, the structure of the securities markets has changed significantly, especially in the equities markets where there has been a major shift from manual to electronic trading. Technological advancements have enhanced order routing and execution, but a number of the resulting trading practices have come under scrutiny by the regulators. Since late 2009 various rules have been proposed that require technology solutions in 2010 and 2011. This panel will review some of the immediate concerns for technology managers. The session will focus on technology solutions to address the expansion of OATS reporting to include a broader list of symbols as may be required for a Consolidated Audit Trail System, SEC’s Large Trader Reporting requirements, managing sub-penny orders and quotes and the sponsored access rule.

  
  
Special Session

Madison Suite, 2nd floor

Cloud Computing - Toward a Financial Services Marketplace

Gloria Vargas
Industry Business Development
Microsoft
www.microsoft.com

Sponsored byThe Microsoft Cloud Team
http://www.microsoft.com/industry/financialservices/capitalmarkets/default.mspx

It’s been a challenging time for the financial services industry. Changes in regulation, employment trends, risk assessment, innovation, the use of financial instruments and corporate policy are all changing the landscape and the nature of the services provided by Buy Side, Sell Side and Service Providers firms. Microsoft will share its view on the future of global Capital Markets services and how technology is evolving to enable a cloud based infrastructure that will extend beyond the pure computing power towards supporting financial and analytic services in the market. 

  
  
Track 3: Cyber Security

Morgan Suite, 2nd floor

Debunking Cloud Security Myths

Moderator

Jennifer Bayuk

Information Security Specialist
Jennifer L. Bayuk LLC
www.bayuk.com

Panel

Andy Ellsweig
Senior Manager
Eisner LLP
www.eisnerllp.com

Barry Horowitz
Munster Professor and Chair
Systems Engineering School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
University of Virginia
www.virginia.edu

Anthony Skipper
Vice President of Infrastructure and Security
ServiceMesh
www.servicemesh.com

Eddie Schwartz
Chief Security Officer
NetWitness
www.netwitness.com

Brett Smith, CISSP CISA
Manager, IT Security Governance
Deutsche Bank
www.db.com

Myths with respect to cloud security range from “it is impossible” to “it can be done using this checklist.” This panel will explore innovative cloud management and engineering strategies. Examples of discussion topics will be network-friendly cloud security policies, reusable virtual components, and ubiquitous identity and access.

  
  
Track 4: Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery

Bryant Suite, 2nd floor

Next Generation Business Continuity - New Paradigm or Same Old Same Old?

Moderator

Paul Kirvan, CISA, CISSP, FBCI, CBCP
Paul Kirvan Associates
pkirvan@msn.com


Panel

Ralph Petti, CBCP, MBCI
President
RP Risk Advisors
www.rpriskadvisors.com

Kathleen Lucey, FBCI
Practice Manager
EMC
www.emc.com

John Beattie, FBCI
Director
SunGard Availability Services
www.sungard.com

Sean Murphy, CBCP
President
Lootok, Ltd.
www.lootok.com

Corporate living wills, funeral plans - no it’s not life insurance. These are terms BCP professionals will hear much more about
in the near future. Climate change, will it have any impact onbusiness continuity planning? Major automotive recalls, sports
stars with tarnished images, could your firm survive a reputation meltdown? We are seeing massive social, political, cultural and
climatic changes all around us. Social networks like Twitter and Facebook provide instant news anywhere in the world. And
even when you think that everything that could be invented has been, the iPad appears. So how does business continuity factor
into these massive changes? Where does BCM go from here? Does anyone care? Maybe its time to start thinking of business
continuity outside the box. Come hear a distinguished panel discuss issues not previously thought of as part of BCP or BCM.

   

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

 

 Visit Exhibit Hall

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

 Expo Theater 

Grand Ballroom, 3rd floor

Enterprise-Wide Technology Strategies in an Increasingly Dynamic Market Data Management Environment

Mark Pesonen
Global Head Enterprise Products and Solutions
Bloomberg
www.bloomberg.com

As the economy picks up speed, you are in a great position to evaluate your business and technology priorities and gear up to improve customer service, revamp business processes and extend IT's direct impact on organizational success. Leaders in the industry will not just be connected to the markets they track and trade in...they will be in the systems that move markets.

   

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

 

EXHIBIT HALL RECEPTION

   

Wednesday, June 23

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

 

Conference Attendee Buffet Breakfast

   

    9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

 

 

EXHIBIT HALL OPEN

   Rendezvous Trianon Ballroom, 3rd Floor

 9:00 AM - 9:40 AM

 Expo Theater

 

 

 

Grand Ballroom, 3rd floor

The Impact of Financial Regulation on Information Technology
Independent Analysts' Perspectives

Between all the equity market structure changes proposed by the SEC and the European Commission and a raft of proposals by US and European legislatures, financial markets firms are on the cusp of facing unparalleled changes to their technology infrastructure. In this first-of-its-kind industry analysts’ panel, join moderator Scott Patterson of The Wall Street Journal and author of The Quants: How a New Breed of Math Whizzes Conquered Wall Street and Nearly Destroyed It in questioning senior industry analysts on pending regulatory proposals and their potential, critical impact on industry technology.

  

Moderator

Scott Patterson

 

Scott Patterson
Staff Reporter
The Wall Street Journal
www.wsj.com

  

Panel

Larry Tabb

 

Larry Tabb
Founder and CEO
TABB Group
www.tabbgroup.com

Sang Lee

 

Sang Lee
Managing Director
Aite Group
www.aitegroup.com

Dushyant Shahrawat

 

Dushyant Shahrawat
Senior Research Rirector
TowerGroup
www.towergroup.com

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

 

Conference Sessions 

Track 1: Trading & Market Technology

Clinton Suite, 2nd floor

Addressing Tomorrow's Trading Opportunities Today - Managing Complexity, Achieving Agility

Moderator

Adam Honore
Research Director
Aite Group
www.aitegroup.com

Panel

Philip Enness
Financial Markets Front Office Solutions Executive
IBM
www.ibm.com

Geoff Massam
CIO - Global Markets Equities
Deutsche Bank
www.db.com

Jorge E. Nario
SVP, Capital Markets and Trading Technology
Fidelity Investments
www.fidelity.com

Gregory E. Smith
Vice Chairman
Chi-X Global
   and
Chief Executive Officer
Chi-Tech
www.chi-tech.com


Sponsored by IBM
www.ibm.com

In recent research on both quantitative and high frequency trading, Aite Group found most firms were planning a 2010 move into additional asset classes and/or new geographies. In this session several market participants will debate how technologists can be ready for the next market opportunity for their firm, while managing data and risk in increasingly fragmented markets, addressing growing regulatory reporting demands, and responding to client expectations.

  
  
Special Session

Madison Suite, 2nd floor

Systemic Risk Regulations

Edward T. Hida II
Global Leader, Risk & Capital Management
Partner
Deloitte & Touche LLP
www.deloitte.com

Keith Saxton
Global Director of Financial Markets
IBM
www.ibm.com

In this session a panel of experts will discuss the current industry debate on how a Systemic Risk Regulator might address a future market disruption including type of information required, infrastructure concerns, regulatory reporting issues and the role of trade repositories, and how technology and information systems can be leveraged to provide that information. In addition, the results of SIFMA's recent study to identify and map information and data necessary for a systemic risk regulatory regime will be discussed along with other data models currently in use by various regulatory agencies.

  
  
Track 3: Cyber Security

Morgan Suite, 2nd floor

Advanced Persistence Threats - Solutions for a New Battlefield

Moderator

James Carder
Manager
Mandiant
www.mandiant.com

Panel

Austin P. Berglas A/ASAC
Cyber Branch
Special Operations Division
New York Office
Federal Bureau of Investigation
www.fbi.gov

Stephen Ward
Vice President Cyber Risk
Global Security & Investigations
JP Morgan Chase
www.jpmorganchase.com

Marc Zwillinger
Founding Partner
Attorney - Information Security and Privacy
Zwillinger Genetski LLP

This session will deal with the very real challenges posed by the Advanced Persistent Threat. Panelists include members of the financial industry, law enforcement and the legal community. Each brings a different perspective on how to identify, combat and remediate against the APT. We’ll also discuss various tools, techniques and practices you can employ to strengthen your organization’s security posture in an ever-changing landscape.

  
  
Track 4: Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery

Bryant Suite, 2nd floor

Coordinating BCP and Cyber Event Response

Moderator

Juan M Allongo
VP Business Resiliency Lead
Treasury Services - Technology Office
JP Morgan CHASE
www.jpmorganchase.com

Panel

Paul Doelger

Managing Director
Compliance
Pershing LLC, a BNY Mellon company
www.pershing.com

David M. Sarabacha
Principal,  Security & Privacy Services
Global and U.S. Leader - Business Continuity Management Services
Deloitte & Touche LLP
www.deloitte.com

Steven Ross
Executive Principal
Risk Masters, Inc.
www.riskmastersinc.com

Cyber events are only becoming more frequent but there is a growing possibility that they may disrupt business functions. When an organization must respond to an actual business disruption caused by a cyber event, Business Continuity and Cyber Security can have connecting responsibilities. This session explores the link between cyber event response and business continuity response and highlights how the business continuity and cyber security groups can collaborate to enhance the recovery process.

   

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

 Solution Center 

Petite Trianon Ballroom, 3rd floor

Trading up:
Exploit Emerging New Financial Technologies and Revenues

John Macario
SVP of Product Strategy and Management
Optimum Lightpath

Presented by Optimum Lightpath
www.optimumlightpath.com 

In this session Mr. Macario will explore the current state of the financial industry.  He will discuss what Optimum Lightpath knows as "truths" and provide insite on what they have learned from their research.  He will present the Optimum Lightpath vision and discuss what this can mean to financial services firms.

 10:00 AM - 10:15 AM 

 Morning Refreshment Break

 Outside the Bryant Clinton, Madison and Morgan Suites, 2nd Floor

10:15 AM - 11:15 AM

 

Conference Sessions 

Track 1: Trading & Market Technology

Clinton Suite, 2nd floor

Short Sale Price Test Rules

Moderator

Michael S. Lurie
Executive Director
JPMorgan Chase
www.jpmchase.com

Panelists

Manny Alicandro
Director
NASDAQ
www.nasdaq.com

Stephanie Dumont
Senior Vice President
FINRA
www.finra.com

Karen Lorentz
Vice President
NYSE Euronext
www.nyse.com

Judy McDonald
Senior Technology Manager
Susquehanna International Group
www.sig.com 

The SEC has enacted Amended Rule 201 of Regulation SHO, a modified version of the previous uptick rule on short-selling. The new rule will trigger a short-selling restriction on securities experiencing significant intra-day price declines. Implementation will bring sweeping changes to the industry. This panel will provide an informative discussion of the rule, important technical aspects of implementing it successfully and best practices for firms to be in compliance by November 10, 2010.

  
  
Special Session

Madison Suite, 2nd floor

Market Data From the Clouds

Moderator

Joel York

CMO
Xignite
www.xignite.com

Panel

Peter Cohen
Director - AWS
Amazon Web Services
www.amazon.com

Stephane Dubois
President & CEO
Xignite
www.xignite.com

Peter Hald
Market Data Director
BG Cantor
www.bgcantor.com

Pete Harris
President & Editor At Large
A-Team Group
www.a-teamgroup.com

Jonathan Thursby
Assoc. Director Market Data Solutions
CME Group
www.cmegroup.com

Cloud computing promises to slash technology development costs for applications that use market data while accelerating development time, boosting performance and ensuring scalability. But where are the pitfalls? How should you navigate around them? And how can you be sure your department and your customers will realize the benefits you expect from Cloud Computing? In short, how is Cloud Computing already changing the landscape of market data delivery, and how can you not just survive the change, but thrive from it? Join us for a thought provoking panel exploring answers to these questions and more. Hear about the real world experiences of three firms who have undertaken major Cloud Computing initiatives.

  
  
Track 3: Cyber Security

Morgan Suite, 2nd floor

Adaptive Threat Response

Moderator

Lenny Zeltser
Director, Security Consulting
Savvis
www.savvis.com

Senior Faculty Member
SANS Institute
www.sans.org

Panel

David LaFalce 
Resilience and Risk Consulting
The Hybrid Group, LLC
dlafalce@thehybridgroup.net

Parthiv Shah, CISSP, CISM
Director, Vulnerability Management
Corporate Information Security
DTCC
www.dtcc.com

Kevin Thomsen
Senior Vice President
Citi O&T Risk Management
Cyber Intelligence Center
Citi
www.citi.com

The Google incident, Aurora and insider threats require firms to think more broadly about threat response, monitoring and surveillance. Risk programs need to integrate core technology risk programs and rely less on AV, IDS and IPS as their primary security controls. Assessments of risk and threats must not be limited to an internal or external view but be integrated and shape firm's programs, control prioritization, surveillance and response to behavior. The panel will explore monitoring technologies, surveillance best practices and incident response that goes beyond the cops and robbers approach of the past.

  
  
Track 4: Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery

Bryant Suite, 2nd floor

BCP Sound Practices Roundtable

Moderators

Robert Kaiser
Director of Business Continuity, Global Markets
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
www.ml.com

Melvyn Musson
Senior Business Continuity Planning Manager
Edward Jones & Co. LP
www.edwardjones.com

An interactive “roundtable” audience discussion of strategies, issues, problems
and successes experienced when developing and maintaining business
continuity plans. This session is open only to employees of securities firms
and not to media, regulators and other conference attendees.
 

   

10:15 AM - 11:15 AM

 Solution Center 

Petite Trianon Ballroom, 3rd floor

An In-Depth Review of Alternative Delivery Models in IT Outsourcing:
Emerging Options for Financial Services Firms

Kirthi Ramakrishnan
Consulting Principal
Cognizant Business Consulting, Banking & Financial Services Practice

Financial services firms, especially on the buy side, have been progressively outsourcing back office activities for a number of years. The expansion of the outsourcing footprint - middle office and some non-core front office support - gives rise to complexity and customization which may necessitate different delivery models and providers across geographies. In this session, Cognizant will examine the trends, the features, and the issues around current and emerging options, including:

  • Combined IT and BPO for the middle and back office
  • Utilities that address industry-wide business processes
  • Software as a Service
  • Options for combining various models in an "Open Architecture" of services and suppliers


Presented by Cognizant 
www.cognizant.com 

   

11:15 AM - 11:30

 

Visit Exhibit Hall

11:30 AM - Noon

 

Expo Theater

Grand Ballroom, 3rd floor

Enabling Next Generation High Performance Trading Advantage

Aron Dutta
Senior Global Director of Financial Markets Strategy
Cisco
www.cisco.com

Mr. Dutta will discuss Cisco's role in building the markets by enabling automated high speed connections and the creation of automated trading.  He will explore how communications systems enable performance without loss, expanding visibility via broad and deep instrumentation, and maximizing the effectiveness of today's human trader and portfolio manager.  He will present Cisco's plans to converge/collapse technology and evolve communications moving forward to enable the true multi-asset/multi-venue dynamic global trading environment.

   

Noon - 1:30 PM

 

Conference Attendee  BUFFET Lunch

 Noon - 2:00 PM

  REFRESHMENT BREAK/EXHIBIT HALL

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

 

 

Expo Theater

Grand Ballroom, 3rd floor

Corporate Actions: Taking Risk Out of the System

Chris Church
Chief Executive Americas and Global Head of Securities
SWIFT
www.swift.com

Taking corporate action risk out of the system - a new look at how standards and technology can save the industry millions. Today's corporate actions process is fraught with problems and has been pegged by many as the last bastion of processing risk in financial services. With the industry's renewed focus on risk and transparency, learn how standards and technology can help the securities industry better manage corporate actions announcements and tackle an age old problem that has plagued the industry for decades.

   

2:00 PM - 2:15 PM

 

Conference Attendee Break

   Outside the Bryant, Clinton, Madison and Morgan Suites, 2nd Floor

2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

 

Conference Sessions

Special Session

Clinton Room, 2nd floor

Enterprise-Wide Human Capital

Moderator

Alan C. Guarino
Global Sector Leader, Fintech/Electronic Trading
Korn Ferry International, Inc.
www.kornferry.com

Panel

Maryann Billington
Senior Partner
Korn Ferry International, Inc.
www.kornferry.com
Former Dean and Director
Northeastern University Graduate School of Business

Greg Denkler
Executive Vice President for Shared Services
Stanley, Inc
www.stanleyassociates.com

Walt DeVault
Executive Vice President
Drake, Beam, & Morin
www.dbmcareerservices.com

Roy V. H. Pollock DVM, Ph.D.
Chief Learning Officer
Fort Hill Company
www.forthillcompany.com

Robert Rigby-Hall
Chief Human Resources Officer
LexisNexis Group
www.lexisnexis.com

Talent, not products, will finally make or break your organization. Maximizing your talent resources – finding it, developing it, keeping it, and deploying it. It has been called the “revenge of the geeks”; in the 1980’s and 90’s pocket protectors, propeller hats, and mathematics degrees were not in high demand among the “relationship” oriented, schmoozing, MBA world of Wall Street. The new boom for “quants” is only the tip of the iceberg in terms of the changing landscape of talent that will win customers, do bigger and better deals, and deliver world class products. The challenge is that today’s leaders come from a generation of experience that is very different than what financial services calls for in the 21st Century. From today forward, senior executives needs to consider models to answer questions like: what types of talent will be required; what specific skill sets will the industry demand; and how do we invest in and retain talent? The panel will include human capital experts from various segments of the human resources market place.

  
  

Track 2: Clearing & Settlement Technology

Madison Suite, 2nd floor

Clearing and Settlement Issues

Moderator

Susan Cosgrove
Managing Director, Equities Clearance & Settlement
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation

Panel

Al Gambale
Managing Director
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation

Al Howell
Senior Vice President
Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Gary Matyash
Vice President
Morgan Stanley

Sonda Pimenthal
Vice President
BBH

This session will look at a number of clearance and settlement related initiatives for 2010 and beyond. Hear both business and technology implications of these initiatives from this diverse group of industry experts. Topics to be covered include Universal Trade Capture and its next generation platform, the Obligation Warehouse and enhancements to SMART/Track for Corporate Actions Liability Notification Service to name a few.

  
  
Special Session

Morgan Suite, 2nd floor

Going Green With Technology

Moderator

John Lauria

Director
Customer Technology Solutions Delivery
Pershing LLC, a BNY Mellon company
www.pershing.com

Panel

Ivan Fernandez
EMC Financial Services Vertical Practice
EMC
www.emc.com

Leslie Knotts
Vice President
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
www.morganstanleysmithbarney.com

Alfred S. Lane
Manager - Facilities Engineering
Depository Trust & Clearing Corp.
www.dtcc.com

This presentation will provide participants with the latest information on the efficient use of technology and operational practices that will assist them in reducing expenses while at the same time lessening their firm's impact on the environment. The use of green to motivate and other incentives will be discussed as part of this session. 

  
  
Track 4: Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery

Byant Suite, 2nd floor

The Haiti Earthquake - Business Continuity Can't Do It Alone

John Odermatt
Managing Director, Global Business Continuity Program
Citi
www.citi.com

Dr. Alexander Gates
Professor and Chair of Earth & Environmental Sciences
Rutgers University - Newark
www.rutgers.edu

John Odermatt, Head of Citi's Office of Business Continuity, tells the story of how Citi's facilities were destroyed by the recent earthquake in Haiti and how a team of Citi employees from across physical security, information security, human resources and other disciplines came together to support those displaced by one of the most devastating earthquakes in recent memory. As the title suggests, this presentation is not just for business continuity professionals.

  

2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

 Solution Center

Petite Trianon Ballroom, 3rd floor

Real-Time Business Decision supported by Microsoft, showcasing Lab49


Panel

Daniel Chait
Founder & Managing Director
LAB49
www.lab49.com

Matt Davey
Director of Technology
LAB49
www.lab49.com

Gloria Vargas
Industry Business Development
Microsoft
www.microsoft.com


Processing large volumes of events and data streams efficiently is a key component of the top priorities for Capital Markets firms during the next few years: Real Time Risk Management, Real Business Intelligence, Operational Control and Cost Monitoring. Complex Event Processing technology provides the ability to monitor, analyze, and act on the data in motion and enables users to make more informed business decisions in near real-time.

Microsoft’s StreamInsight is a powerful platform that you can use to develop and deploy complex event processing (CEP) applications. By using StreamInsight, you can develop CEP applications that derive immediate business value from this raw data by reducing the cost of extracting, analyzing, and correlating the data; and combined with the rest of the Microsoft platform components such as Sharepoint, PowerPivot and SQL Server, allows you to monitor, manage, and mine the data for conditions, opportunities, and defects almost instantly.

Microsoft and our partner Lab49 introduce Capital Markets’ focused applications of StreamInsight, showcasing:

  • Market Strategy Engine, exploring the usage of StreamInsight to handle bufferfly orders against the market orchestrating the event-based workflow around the transactions.
  • Components for a Real-Time Market Risk, exploring the use of StreamInsight to process position and risk data to provide an event stream to a traditional OLAP-based BI Infrastructure. 
   

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

 Expo Theater


Grand Ballroom, 3rd floor

You Can't Improve What You Can't Measure:
Tools, Toys and Techniques for Latency Management

Joe Bigane

 

Joe Bigane
Managing Director
Interactive Data 7ticks
www.interactivedata7ticks.com

Scott Caudell

 

Scott Caudell
Senior Vice President
Global Architecture
Interactive Data 7ticks
www.interactivedata7ticks.com

   

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

 

 

eXHIBIT hALL rECEPTION

 

5:00 PM - 5:30 PM

 

Expo Theater

Grand Ballroom, 3rd floor

Boomer Esiason

 

Boomer Esiason
Lead Studio Analyst,
NFL Today on CBS

Co-Host of Boomer & Carton
in the Morning, on WFAN

Lead Game Analyst,
Westwood One Radio MNF

Former Professional Quarterback

   
   

Thursday, June 24

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

 

Conference Attendee Buffet Breakfast

   

9:00 AM

 

EXHIBIT HALL OPEN 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

   

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

 

Expo Theater 
Grand Ballroom, 3rd floor

Tricks of the Trade:

 

 

 

 

Proven Methods to Combat the Web Attacks
That Plague the Financial Services Industry

Stephanie Fohn
CEO
WhiteHat Security
www.whitehatsec.com

   

Noon

 

Expo CONCLUDES

Please note that this program is subject to change.


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