The Evolving Landscape of Financial Markets:
Change is the most unchanging paradigm. Shortening of the Technology Cycle and disruptive technologies impact the Financial Markets. Then Financial Markets are the most alluring ‘Gambling Joints’ of this world. Markets in multiple geographies attract the community of avid ‘Gamblers’, namely, the Traders.In this conference we address some of the innovations and technologies which affect the many participants of the Financial Markets.
1. DATA SCIENCE and AI have brought new challenges to the Analysts and Fund Managers.
2. Mathematical Models of Options and Derivatives were harnessed in the innovation of ‘VIX’, also known as the ‘Fear Index’.
3. The ECNs and complex event processing engines have culminated in a multitude of Trading Platforms.
This conference is built around three themes:
This event is mainly focused on participants from SE-Asia and India. Hence, the event time is set so that participants from India and China may attend in the morning 9:30-13:30 IST on both days.
Attend this event and earn GARP/CPD credit hours.
UNICOM has registered this program with GARP for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits. Attending this program qualifies for 14 GARP CPD credit hours. If you are a Certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM®), or Energy Risk Professional (ERP®), please record this activity in your Credit Tracker.
Discounted attendance offer:
If you are a GARP Alumni, that is, an ERP or FRM certificate holder then avail yourself a 20% discount offer for the event registration fee. To know more about the offer contact us [email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; Vandana.firstname.lastname@example.org]
We are inviting speakers – thought leaders, subject experts and start up entrepreneurs – to share their knowledge and enthusiasm about their work and their vision in the field of AI, Machine Learning, Sentiment Analysis.
Please complete the speaker’s response form and submit a proposal to present at this event.
UNICOM’s Code of Conduct & Views on Diversity
Our approach is that our events are dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity or religion. We do not tolerate intimidation, stalking, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of sessions or events, and unwelcome physical contact or sexual attention. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks, workshops, Twitter and other online media. Event participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the event without a refund at the discretion of the conference organisers. Please bring your concerns to the immediate attention of the event staff.
Diversity: In our endeavour to be the provider of knowledge to the business community, we understand that this depends on hearing from and listening to a variety of perspectives that come from people of all races, ethnicities, genders, ages, abilities, religions, sexual orientation, and military service. We welcome diverse speakers for all our events, we do not always fully achieve this goal, but it is an ongoing process.
Gautam Mitra, CEO, Optirisk/UNICOM
Robin Wigglesworth, Global finance correspondent, Financial Times
Volatility is an inevitable part of financial markets. But over the past six decades, volatility has come to dominate risk-management models across the finance industry. At the same time, a motley crew of academics and investment bankers have turned volatility itself into something that can be sliced and diced, bought and sold, just like any bond, stock or barrel of oil. This has arguably made the global financial system more fragile in the process. Here is the story of how volatility became a virus that infected the entire finance industry.
Raul Glavan, Consultant Artificial Intelligence & Asset Management | Trader | Speaker | UBI Enthusiast
Dr. John Elder, Founder, Elder Research, Inc.
Marta Lopata, Chief Growth Officer, Thinknum
Nick Wade, Director, Asia Pacific Marketing, Northfield Information Services Asia Ltd and Dan diBartolomeo, President and Founder, Northfield Information Services
Devesh Shah, Board Liaison, International SEO Organizations
PROF GAUTAM MITRA, CEO, OptiRisk Systems/Visiting Professor, UCL
Saeed Amen, Founder, Cuemacro and Alexander Denev, Head of AI – Financial Services Advisory, Deloitte
Harnessing non-traditional data sources to generate alpha, analyze markets, and forecast risk is a subject of intense interest for financial professionals. A growing number of regularly-held conferences on alternative data are being established, complemented by an upsurge in new papers on the subject. Alternative data is starting to be steadily incorporated by conventional institutional investors and risk managers throughout the financial world. Methodologies to analyze and extract value from alternative data, guidance on how to source data and integrate data flows within existing systems is currently not treated in literature. Filling this significant gap in knowledge, The Book of Alternative Data is the first and only book to offer a coherent, systematic treatment of the subject.
Dan Joldzic, CEO and Quantitative Researcher, Alexandria Technology
Dr. Ernie Chan, Founder, Predictnow.ai Inc
Most machine learners new to finance think that they should use the machine to predict how the market moves. This is actually a very hard problem due to ‘reflexivity’, We will describe a real success story of applying machine learning to trading.
Euan Sinclair, Partner, Talton Capital Management
Dr. Giuliano De Rossi, Executive Director, Goldman Sachs and Dr. Ryoko Ito, Quantitative Execution Services, Equities Execution Research Strat, Associate, Goldman Sachs