The world’s largest annual conference for over 1500 equity trading and technology professionals returns to Paris this year.
TradeTech Europe 2014 has become the industry’s prime source of strategies, information and networking and still attracts over 1500 top level electronic trading professionals- making it the most comprehensive equity trading platform in the world.
Created by an industry advisory board, it is an event created “for the industry by the industry” where all the key issues are uncovered, discussed and resolved.
This year the TradeTech Europe agenda will be discussing all key trading issues and challenges facing the industry today. The agenda for TradeTech Europe 2014 will consist of the following sessions:
-Evolution of the broker service model
-The evolving regulatory environment
-The quest for liquidity
-The future of dark pools
-The growing presence of HFT
TradeTech is now in its 14th year and is returning to Paris, with a more senior and focused audience, more time for networking with your peers and even greater European participation. Developments in Brussels and Paris are a now central to the narrative of industry regulation, this provides TradeTech with better access to the top buy side firms of the European Union.
In summary - if you are involved in electronic trading and want to network with your peers; identify new products and trends; learn about new technologies; benchmark and equip yourself with the tools for future success, then TradeTech is for you.
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