TradeTech Europe 2017

25 - 26 April, 2017

Palais des Congrès de Paris

Contact Us: +44 (0)207 368 9548

 David Miller
David Miller Head, EMEA Trading Invesco
From his experience working at the number 17 firm in the top 20 global assets under management, David will offer insight and contribute on discussions to how current regulations are changing and evolving trading strategies for 2015.He will also how processes and technology need to develop in one of the leading and largest global firms.


Main Day 1: Tuesday 25th April 2017

2:10 PM Exclusive Buy Side Head Trader Think Tank – invitation only

Open to 20 Global Heads of Trading from Europe’s top 20 asset managers.

Join this interactive session, air your own industry concerns and together, with our professional independent moderator, brainstorm ways forward in conjunction and collaboration with your peers.

This session is invite-only and Chatham House rules.




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 PANEL DISCUSSION: How will ETF trading impact traditional cash equities and what are the opportunities when cost monitoring is high and liquidity is limited?

  • What factors have triggered an increase in ETF trading and how has the ecosystem developed?
  • What are the new ETF products and what do they offer that there hasn’t been before?
  • How has the growing affinity towards ETFs been reflected in the shift of desks towards other asset trading?
  • How do ETFs provide liquidity both on and off exchange?
  • How do ETFs compare to market makers regarding liquidity souring?