TradeTech Europe 2020

21 - 23 April, 2020

Palais des Congrès de Paris

+44(0)2073689836

Manoj Narang, CEO, Chief Investment Strategist at MANA Partners
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Manoj Narang


CEO, Chief Investment Strategist
MANA Partners

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EVALUATION DAY- APRIL 21


5:35 PM Closing Keynote Address – How can you address the future of quant investing to ensure proper application of AI and machine learning techniques?

Manoj is a worldwide leader on HFT and currently founder of the newly launched trading, technology and asset management firm Mana Partners LLC. Previously he was the founder, CEO, and Chief Investment Strategist of Tradeworx, Inc, where he created and managed the firm’s HFT and quant hedge fund businesses. His accomplishments were recognised by Institutional Investor magazine, where he was named one of the top 40 trading technology executives worldwide for three consecutive years in 2014, 2015, and 2016. He will share his thoughts of the true value and applications of AI and ML techniques in data science, the future of fundamental investment and active management and finding the balance between human and machine reasoning.

MAIN DAY 2- APRIL 23

Thursday, April 23rd, 2020


12:30 PM Oxford Style Debate – Speed bumps on European exchanges are beneficial to the market as they add liquidity and give market makers more protection and opportunities to take on more risk - TRUE or FALSE?

Hear from both sides of the argument, including the European venue Eurex who are currently trialling speed bumps in the derivatives markets, alongside the US trading firm MANA Partners, arguing against the French regulator on how they are detrimental to the market.

  • How have speed bumps at some European exchanges impacted the market? Harmful or beneficial?
  • What are the parameters for evaluating the effectiveness of these mechanisms?
  • How do these speed bumps stand up against MiFID II regarding pre-trade transparency, fair and orderly trading, access, best execution, and access to market data?
  • How do speedbumps add more liquidity to markets?