TradeTech Europe 2017

25 - 26 April, 2017

Palais des Congrès de Paris

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 Alexander Neil
Alexander Neil Head of Equity & Derivatives Trading EFG Bank
Having made the transition from high-touch sales trading to a low-touch sell-side trading desk and then finally to the buy-side, Alexander has experienced first-hand the evolution of execution methods at a time of rapidly changing trading regulation. He has a keen interest in the growing sophistication of the buy-side (particularly with regards to new ways of trading large blocks and how the dark space will adapt) and he is very excited to see how the industry as a whole can change further, as new rules and new technologies converge.

Main Day 1: Tuesday 25th April 2017

3:20 PM PANEL DISCUSSION: Market intelligence - how to better engage with your brokers to ensure accurate data feeds for best execution

  • What are the questions the buy side needs to be asking the brokers?
  • Practical examples of how to build and improve that BS-SS relationship
  • How to find the data you care about and establish a framework that can best record this from the broker
  • What are the strategies to ensure these relationships remains consistent? What processes can be put in place to ensure this?

Main Day 2: Wednesday 26th April 2017

2:40 PM BUY SIDE DISCUSSION PANEL: How is automated workflow driving trading efficiency and improving desk intelligence?

  • When is automation best and what are the aspects of order flow that can be automated?
  • How can effective pre and post trade analysis help develop mathematical models that predict the impact of your trade? What does this look like automated?
  • What is the right balance of automation and human trading?
  • Telephony development- how integrated is Symphony in the market and are there other disruptors entering the market to help with desk communication?