TradeTech Europe 2020

19 - 21 October, 2020

Palais des Congrès de Paris

Vivienne Artz, President at Women in Banking and Finance
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Vivienne Artz

Women in Banking and Finance

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Focus Day - 19 October 2020

Monday, October 19th, 2020

5:00 PM Panel Discussion - How does your business need to adapt to best source, hire, train and retain top data science talent to thrive in the new data-driven landscape?

With the skill sets required to drive performance in both investment and trading changing, discover from an academic and industry perspective what is now needed, as well as where the future talent is coming from and how their skills are different.  
  • How have team skills and requirements changed and how do current teams fall short?
  • How to best upskill a team - train in house or outsource and what are the key considerations?
  • How to get the best team on a budget and resource constraint
  • How to best measure the impact of data science on your business- current practices, shortfalls and strategies for overcoming

Day One - 20 October 2020

Tuesday, October 20th, 2020

11:40 AM All Star Panel – Future-proofing your team - what are the skills needed for tomorrow and how to build a framework that can drive this successfully?

Discover how a strong diversity and inclusion strategy can help your organisation attract top talent and drive innovative results. With representation across the asset management industry and beyond, learn how to launch a D&I initiative that works.

  • How are businesses defining D&I?
  • What are the broader market initiatives that are addressing diversity and inclusion?
  • How will proposed change to trading hours improve mental health and make the trading desk a more appealing place for women?
  • Insight into practical industry examples of programmes that are driving social mobility and how to overcome the common bottlenecks
  • Experiences around building a culture that encourages diversity of thought and how does this truly drive performance?
  • What are the current challenges around recruitment and current upskilling and how is the industry addressing these?