TradeTech FX USA 2020

February 11 - 13, 2020

Eden Roc Miami Beach

44 (0) 207 036 1355

TradeTech FX USA Day 1- 02/14/19

7:45 am - 8:30 am Conference Registration & Networking Breakfast

8:30 am - 8:35 am Welcome Address: Oliver Kirkbright, TradeTech FX USA Editorial Director, WBR

8:35 am - 8:40 am Chairperson's Opening Remarks: Michael Melvin, Executive Director, Rady School of Management UCSD

8:40 am - 9:00 am Head Trader Keynote Interview: Determining the critical success factors for building a 'best in class' FX trading business that not only survives but thrives in the new market order

Ø What are the three biggest drivers influencing the buy side desk and how can you embrace these now to improve performance?
Ø Where is the investment in new technology going and what capabilities are needed on the buy side to actually achieve best execution for clients?
Ø  Navigating the new norm- How can you incorporate innovative ways of working to address the fragmented product, liquidity, and platform conundrum?
Ø The increasing buy side influence over market convention- How can we as buy side heads continue to influence and drive fixed income markets forward in an age of digitalization?
Andrew Maack, Head of FX Trading at Vanguard

Andrew Maack

Head of FX Trading
Vanguard

Tomo Tokuyama, Head of Trading at First Quadrant

Tomo Tokuyama

Head of Trading
First Quadrant

Michael Melvin, Executive Director at Rady School of Management UCSD

Michael Melvin

Executive Director
Rady School of Management UCSD

9:00 am - 9:20 am Buy Side Keynote: Trade wars, geo-politics and central bank intervention- What are the economic fundamentals that will impact currency movements in 2019?

Ø What are the key macroeconomic indicators that will determine the long-term direction of currencies and how should you factor these movements into your investment decision making?
Ø Is the reign of the USD as the world’s major reserve currency set to come to an end, and if so what would be the investment implications?
Ø Managing currency risk in an era of trade wars- How can you prepare your investment strategy to combat increased risk and volatility
Ø What is the outlook for interest rate and balance sheet policy and what are the key economic considerations that will impact the FED’s policy stance?
Kristina Hooper, Chief Global Market Strategist at Invesco

Kristina Hooper

Chief Global Market Strategist
Invesco

Ø  The smart trader- How should algos compliment your trader’s toolkit to give them the best chances of meeting their best execution goals?
Ø  Assessing the adoption rates for FX algos- How are the buy side adapting to increasingly advanced and intelligent algos and what percentage of their workflow is executed via this method?
Ø  Modern-day algos- How can you ensure you are using your current algos to the best of your ability and what are the FX industry standards you should expect from these?
Ø  Debunking the myth of commoditized algos- How do providers differentiate their algos to offer bespoke, tangible value to your execution process?
Ø The next step in the algo evolution- How are more sophisticated algos being developed with the use of AI and machine learning which are more flexible and adaptable to rules-based trading? 
Paul Aston, CEO and Director at Tixall Global Advisors

Paul Aston

CEO and Director
Tixall Global Advisors

David  Biser, Senior Trader at Campbell and Company

David Biser

Senior Trader
Campbell and Company

Ralf Donner, Global Head of Client FX Algo Execution at Goldman Sachs

Ralf Donner

Global Head of Client FX Algo Execution
Goldman Sachs

Giuseppe Nuti, Managing Director, Head US Rates at UBS Investment Bank

Giuseppe Nuti

Managing Director, Head US Rates
UBS Investment Bank

Ron Klipstein, Global Head of Electronic FX trading at Northern Trust Capital Markets

Ron Klipstein

Global Head of Electronic FX trading
Northern Trust Capital Markets

Jordan Barnett, Global Head of FX Program Trading at BNY Mellon Markets

Jordan Barnett

Global Head of FX Program Trading
BNY Mellon Markets

10:00 am - 10:40 am All Star Panel: Evaluating the state of liquidity in FX markets today- How can you ensure you have the right capital and access to liquidity to facilitate your mandates?

Ø  What are the different forms of liquidity available to the buy side and how can you measure the execution quality around these?
Ø  Establishing the good from the bad- What constitutes good FX liquidity in today’s market?
Ø  How has increased use of algos and eTrading impacted FX liquidity?
Ø  What resources and technology are available to give you access to new liquidity pools?
Ø How can you ensure you are taking the best possible path to trade which minimizes the bid-offer spread?
Kevin Kimmel, Market Making at Citadel Securities

Kevin Kimmel

Market Making
Citadel Securities

Brad Bechtel, Global Head of FX at Jeffries

Brad Bechtel

Global Head of FX
Jeffries

Kenneth Monahan

Senior Analyst
Greenwich Associates

Ben Klixbull, Head of Distribution and Liquidity Management, Americas at XTX Markets

Ben Klixbull

Head of Distribution and Liquidity Management, Americas
XTX Markets

Amish Naik, Head of Global Algo Sales Strategy at BNP Paribas

Amish Naik

Head of Global Algo Sales Strategy
BNP Paribas

10:20 am - 11:20 am Morning Masterclass:Transparency on Internalisation- How to ensure you are receiving fair and efficient execution from your counterparts Open to a maximum of 20 buy side delegates- Refreshments to be served during this session Hosted by Deutsche Bank

Open to a maximum of 20 buy side delegates
Refreshments to be served during this session

Ø Internalisation- the practice and why it matters
Ø A data driven approach to distinguish and evaluate different sources of liquidity
Ø An algorithmic view on the cost of execution
Ø Assessing the optimal duration of execution for internalisation
Roel Oomen, Head of FIC Quantitative Trading at Deutsche Bank

Roel Oomen

Head of FIC Quantitative Trading
Deutsche Bank

Vittorio Nuti, Head of Client Algo and Segregated Execution of FX at Deutsche Bank

Vittorio Nuti

Head of Client Algo and Segregated Execution of FX
Deutsche Bank

10:40 am - 11:10 am Morning Refreshment Break brought to you by PAR FX

11:10 am - 11:50 am All Star Panel: From Fragmentation to consolidation- Assessing the spectrum of trading venues and what makes the optimum mix to build a strong network of diversified liquidity pools?

Ø  New methods of finding liquidity- How do platforms and new entrants need to evolve to continue to offer new avenues of liquidity for the buy side?
Ø  The evolution of FX trading venues- How are M&A impacting the FX landscape and how does this impact your access to liquidity?
Ø  Beyond price- How can you ensure that the measures of best execution you are receiving from your venue are sufficient?
Ø How are leading buy side firms deciding which aspects of the trade life cycle and workflows to invest their technology resources and how to allocate scarce capital between these?

Matt O'Hara

CEO
360T

Kenneth Monahan, Senior Analyst at Greenwich Associates

Kenneth Monahan

Senior Analyst
Greenwich Associates

Jill Sigelbaum, Head of FXall at Refinitiv

Jill Sigelbaum

Head of FXall
Refinitiv

James Sinclair, Executive Chairman at Market Factory

James Sinclair

Executive Chairman
Market Factory

Andrew  Ralich, CEO at oneZero Financial

Andrew Ralich

CEO
oneZero Financial

Jim Iorio, Global Head of Sales & Head  at FX Americas

Jim Iorio

Global Head of Sales & Head
FX Americas

David Mercer, Chief Executive at LMAX Exchange

David Mercer

Chief Executive
LMAX Exchange

Brad Bailey, Research Director at Celent

Brad Bailey

Research Director
Celent

Melissa Marquis, Managing Director, Currency Trading Technology at Wellington Management Co

Melissa Marquis

Managing Director, Currency Trading Technology
Wellington Management Co

12:10 pm - 12:40 pm In Conversation: The global vision for 2019- Where do the top alpha opportunities reside and how can you best capitalize on these for enhanced returns?

Live polling and interactive audience Q&A during this session
Moderator: Marc Chandler, Chief Market Strategist, Managing Partner, Bannockburn Global Forex
US Macro: Paresh Upadhyaya, Currency Strategy Director, Pioneer Investments
European Macro:Alessio de Longis, Vice President, Portfolio Manager and Macro Strategist, Oppenheimer Funds
Asia Macro: Michael Cheah, Academic Director, MS Global Finance, Fordham University
EM Macro: Win Thin, Global Head of Strategy, Brown Brothers Harriman
Ø  US Macro view- FED Policy in the age of Trump. What is the first cut for FED funds and where will they peak?
Þ     Foreign Exchange in times of US interest rate differentials- What impact will a US rate hike have on the dollar and how should you factor this into your investment strategy?
Ø  EU macro view- Risk segregation and market fragility in the Eurozone- Where do the biggest risks and opportunities lie?
Þ     When will the ECB begin quantitative tightening and what impact will this have on both the currency and volatility?
Ø  Asia Macro View- A new chapter in Chinese currency policy- How is Chinese monetary policy impacting FX flows?
Þ     Will the liberalization of Chinese FX policy entice other markets in APAC to do the same?
Ø What is the best trading opportunity and why across each region, and how can you best capitalize on this?
Alessio De Longis, Vice President at OppenheimerFunds

Alessio De Longis

Vice President
OppenheimerFunds

Michael Cheah

Academic Director
MS Global Finance, Fordham University

Win Thin

Global Head of Strategy
Brown Brothers Harriman

Steven Englander, Head of Research and Strategy at Rafiki Capital Management

Steven Englander

Head of Research and Strategy
Rafiki Capital Management

  
Please join EFX industry experts at Morgan Stanley and a select group of your buy-side peers for an interactive lunch discussion:
Ø How do flash crashes start?
Ø What is the aftermath on market structure, as evidenced by SNB and the recent USDJPY move?
Ø Do the “machines” exacerbate the moves or steady the market quicker (or both)?
Ø Will future market dislocations become more prevalent, possibly causing contagion into other markets?
Ø How can buy-side traders effectively navigate post-crash liquidity and fragmentation?

Matt Thomas

Managing Director, Global Head of MSET Macro Sales
Morgan Stanley

Melanie Cristi, Executive Director, Head of Americas MSET Macro Sales at Morgan Stanley

Melanie Cristi

Executive Director, Head of Americas MSET Macro Sales
Morgan Stanley

12:40 pm - 2:00 pm Networking Lunch hosted by UBS

Conference Tracks: Track A Enhancing your Pre and Post Trade Workflow

2:00 pm - 2:20 pm Case Study: Overcoming legacy technology: How can outsourcing old infrastructure improve your trading practices, improve efficiencies and reduce the pressure on your bottom line?
Ø How can you best manage increased competition and fragmentation in Equity and FX liquidity pools?
Ø What steps can broker-dealers take to address legacy technology issues and meet the demands of their clients?
Ø How can broker dealers reduce costs, improve capital efficiencies and reduce the strain om their balance sheets?
Ø How can outsourcing key trading infrastructure provide cost effective manner to meet the demands of modern FX markets?

Scott Richard

Head of Sales, Americas
Nasdaq

Conference Tracks: Track A Enhancing your Pre and Post Trade Workflow

2:20 pm - 3:00 pm 360 Perspective: Taking a modern approach to workflow efficiency- How can you ensure your OMS/EMS system is meeting the highest standards to support your trading and portfolio management needs
Ø  Modern functionalities- What are the needs of the buy side from their OMS/EMS counterparts and how can they be addressed so the providers are meeting these needs?
Ø  FX vs. Multi Asset- How should you establish whether an asset class specific or multi asset solution is best suited to give you the flexibility and control that meets the needs of your trading workflow?
Ø  Seamless integration- How should a modern OMS/EMS simplify a buy side workflow through STP and help you connect to more liquidity hubs, integrate more data and help you meet your compliance goals?
Ø How can you ensure your OMS/EMS is future proof and does not inhibit your business from evolving on the back of increased technological fragmentation and regulatory reform?
Michael O’Brien, Director of Global Trading at Eaton Vance

Michael O’Brien

Director of Global Trading
Eaton Vance

Christopher Matsko, Head of FX Trading Services  at Portware, a FactSet Company

Christopher Matsko

Head of FX Trading Services
Portware, a FactSet Company

Brad Bailey, Research Director at Celent

Brad Bailey

Research Director
Celent

Griffin Frank, Next Generation Trading Analyst at Vanguard

Griffin Frank

Next Generation Trading Analyst
Vanguard

Conference Tracks: Track A Enhancing your Pre and Post Trade Workflow

3:00 pm - 3:40 pm 360 Perspective: Establishing your path to best execution- How can you get the most out of your pre and post trade TCA capabilities to inform current and future FX execution?
Ø  Pre-trade- How can modern-day TCA be used to empower traders and help them intelligently establish the most appropriate execution tool and the best venue to do this on?
Ø  Real time- What are the essential components required for on-going analysis in real-time to enable traders to make more informed decisions for subsequent orders.
Ø  Post trade- How should you us post-trade analytics to inform and improve current and future order execution?
Ø Addressing the challenges of less liquid currencies- How can you construct your benchmark and TCA for less developed currency pairs to develop accurate execution analysis?
John Radle, Head of Trading at Campbell and Company

John Radle

Head of Trading
Campbell and Company

Ruben Costa-Santos, Head of FX at ITG

Ruben Costa-Santos

Head of FX
ITG

Eva Szalay, Currencies Correspondent at Financial Times

Eva Szalay

Currencies Correspondent
Financial Times

Holden Sibley

MD, Head of Americas Electronic FICC Distribution
Barclays Investment Bank

Michael Babic

Americas Head, FX eCommerce Sales
Goldman Sachs

Conference Tracks: Track B Capitalizing on New Alpha Opportunities

2:00 pm - 2:20 pm Industry Perspective: Carry, value and momentum- Examining the styles of trading that define CTAs and how they are adapting to a fluctuating currency market
Ø  Assessing the macro risks of trade wars- What impact does this have on globalization and as a result currency investing
Ø  Trade wars and currencies- What are the channels by which currencies will be affected and what type of currencies are most likely to be affected?
Ø  The elements of uncertainty that impact investors strategies- How much more risk conscious should you become?
Ø  The impact of trade wars locally- How will this impact the USD?
Ø How would reduce global output and diminished risk appetite affect currencies beyond G10?
Kathryn Kaminski, Chief Research Strategist and Portfolio manager at Alpha Simplex Group

Kathryn Kaminski

Chief Research Strategist and Portfolio manager
Alpha Simplex Group

Conference Tracks: Track B Capitalizing on New Alpha Opportunities

2:20 pm - 3:00 pm 360 Perspective: From divergence to convergence- What impact will the move towards quantitative tightening have on volatility and how should you position your portfolio to enhance returns?
Ø  Fed rate-hiking cycles- Where are we now and what is the forecast for the year ahead?
Ø  How are the ECB responding to the end of their own Quantitative Easing scheme and what is the strategy for tapering?
Ø  How will FED rate hikes and the potential for monetary policy convergence globally impact the strength of the USD?
Ø  What role can FX play in a potentially lower return environment as a result of rate hikes and how can you acclimatize to this new environment?
Ø  New opportunities for FX investors- What is your trade relating to monetary policy with exchange rates and exchange rate forecasting?
Michael Melvin, Executive Director at Rady School of Management UCSD

Michael Melvin

Executive Director
Rady School of Management UCSD

Marc Chandler

Chief Market Strategist, Managing Partner
Bannockburn Global Forex

Lee Ferridge, Head of FX Strategy at State Street Global Markets

Lee Ferridge

Head of FX Strategy
State Street Global Markets

Andrew  Busch, Chief Market Intelligence Officer at CFTC

Andrew Busch

Chief Market Intelligence Officer
CFTC

Conference Tracks: Track B Capitalizing on New Alpha Opportunities

3:00 pm - 3:40 pm Case Study Revolution: Turning big data into smart data- How can you put new and alternative data sources to work and convert these into alpha generation opportunities?
Ø  How can superior data sets and methods of extracting information from data give you an advantage in investing?
Ø  What alternative forms of data are the buy side using now to build out their portfolios and come up with new trade ideas?
Ø  How can you integrate new data insights into your existing workflow, with alternative data (satellite information, weather data, foot traffic, etc.) and social media data adoption a growing focus?
Ø  Turning data into alpha- How can you manage and utilize this data to extract new actionable trade ideas?
Combining AI with big data- How can a data-driven, scientifically based and technologically aware research culture can produce sustainable alpha?
Michael Melvin, Executive Director at Rady School of Management UCSD

Michael Melvin

Executive Director
Rady School of Management UCSD

Larisa Mathur, Founder at VNR Partners

Larisa Mathur

Founder
VNR Partners

Christina Qi, Partner at Domeyard LP

Christina Qi

Partner
Domeyard LP

Sash Sarangi, Senior Researcher at Invesco

Sash Sarangi

Senior Researcher
Invesco

Buy Side Workshop open to a maximum of 20 buy side delegates: Track C Next Generation Algo Trading

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Workshop: What's driving FX on in the short term- Execution and macro strategy workshop
How to drive the success of your trading desk through: a unique look into the inner workings of FX algos – how and when they can provide you with transparent, cost efficient execution; and a deep dive into the short-run macro risk framework – the tools and parameters to uncover alpha.
Ø What tools should you be using to execute? What are the intricacies of each FX marketplace?
Ø How can you evaluate algo performance in a total cost environment?
Ø What investment cycles are holding the most significance in the FX market?
Ø How can you identify the critical issues and daily market drivers that impact your portfolio?
Richard Cochinos, Head of Macro Sales and Trading Content, Knowledge Network Americas, at UBS Investment Bank

Richard Cochinos

Head of Macro Sales and Trading Content, Knowledge Network Americas,
UBS Investment Bank

Giuseppe Nuti, Managing Director, Head US Rates at UBS Investment Bank

Giuseppe Nuti

Managing Director, Head US Rates
UBS Investment Bank

3:40 pm - 4:40 pm Head Trader Boardroom: Exploring the inner workings of FX internalization and externalization- How can asset managers, hedge funds and CTA’s ensure they are getting transparent, cost effective access to liquidity?

 Open to a maximum of 20 buy side delegates- Beer, wine and Refreshments to be served during this session
Ø Assessing the pros and cons of internalization and externalization in light of different trading objectives
Ø Overcoming common misconceptions on internalization- How can you build a clear picture of internalization models to best understand how to optimize liquidity?
Ø How can you best understand the market impact of internalization?
Ø How can FX Algos can tap into the internalization benefits of bank e-distribution?
Mauricio Sada-Paz, Global Head of eFICC Product and Distribution at Barclays

Mauricio Sada-Paz

Global Head of eFICC Product and Distribution
Barclays

Ajay Kataria, Vice President, Electronic FX Distribution at Barclays Investment Bank

Ajay Kataria

Vice President, Electronic FX Distribution
Barclays Investment Bank

3:40 pm - 4:10 pm Afternoon Refreshment Break brought to you by PAR FX

Conference Tracks: Track A Enhancing your front to back FX Workflow

4:10 pm - 4:50 pm 360 Perspective: Addressing the demand for access to FX markets- How can you establish alternative access to credit to open doors to new liquidity avenues?
Ø  The disintermediation of the traditional market structure- How are real money managers and prime brokers working together to offer new lines of credit and access to liquidity?
Ø  The decoupling of liquidity and credit- How can all market participants overcome the major hurdles to be able to interact non-traditional forms of liquidity?
Ø  Gaining new access to credit- How can you establish new avenues and what are the key aspects you should consider when installing new credit lines?
Ø  How can you streamline your collateral obligations and post trade while maintaining multiple bilateral trading relationships?
Ø What constitutes a flexible multi-asset prime service and how can you economically gain access to these?
Paul Aston, CEO and Director at Tixall Global Advisors

Paul Aston

CEO and Director
Tixall Global Advisors

Nathaniel Litwak

Global Head of FXPB
BNP Paribas

Steve Reich, Managing Director, FX and Commodities at GTS Securities

Steve Reich

Managing Director, FX and Commodities
GTS Securities

Peter Plester, Head of FX Prime Brokerage at Saxo Bank

Peter Plester

Head of FX Prime Brokerage
Saxo Bank

Conference Tracks: Track A Enhancing your front to back FX Workflow

4:50 pm - 5:30 pm Industry Perspective: Mitigating settlement risk- How can same day settlement be implemented to reduce counterparty risk, minimize trading costs and meet your best execution mandates?
Ø  Best practice in institutional FX settlement- What is driving the need for faster settlement steps can you take to reduce the settlement time for FX forward transactions?
Ø  How can you best transact, clear and settle trades more competitively to reduce the costs of trading and maximize your chances of best execution?
Ø  With the trend towards asset globalization and increased exposure to foreign investments, how can you best mitigate the challenge of dealing with global custodians and local agents?
Ø  Establishing the pros and cons- What are the challenges of shortening the settlement cycle and how can these be overcome to make same day settlement a reality?
Ø Debate- Has SWIFT outlived its usefulness or will it continue to be the most widely used form of FX settlement for years to come?
Victoria Cumings, Managing Director Americas, Global FX Division at SIFMA

Victoria Cumings

Managing Director Americas, Global FX Division
SIFMA

Ankeet Dedhia, Head of FX Product, Americas at LCH

Ankeet Dedhia

Head of FX Product, Americas
LCH

Nathaniel Litwak, Global Head of FXPB at BNP Paribas

Nathaniel Litwak

Global Head of FXPB
BNP Paribas

Dan Mannion

Partner
SECOR Asset Management

Conference Tracks: Track A Enhancing your front to back FX Workflow

5:30 pm - 5:35 pm Closing Remarks: Paul Aston, Chief Executive Officer, Tixall Global Advisors

Conference Tracks:Track B Prospering in a Global Investment Landscape

4:10 pm - 4:30 pm Case Study: Some like it hedged- Choices to address currency exposure
Ø What are the best hedging options for addressing your currency exposure in 2019 and how will these affect institutional portfolios?
Ø What are the consequences of various currency hedging strategies on typical institutional portfolios?
ØThe history of hedging- What has been the historical returns of unhedged vs. fully hedged portfolios?
Ø Global hedging perspectives- How can hedging strategies and returns differ across North America, Europe and Asia?
Ø Active vs Passive- What hedging strategies should you undertake in 2019 and beyond to reduce your currency risk?
Momtchil Pojarliev, Head of Currencies at BNP Paribas Asset Management

Momtchil Pojarliev

Head of Currencies
BNP Paribas Asset Management

Chatham House Rule
Ø  Assessing the cases for a bullish or bearish market in 2019- What drivers will impact your EM investing?
Ø  What are the cases for a reversal in sentiment and technicalities which would make EM investing more attractive in 2019?
Ø  Will the forecasted interest rate rises in 2019 positively or negatively affect EM markets in 2019?
Ø Is political uncertainty set to continue to derail EM investing in the year ahead or are we set for a more stable year?
Michael Melvin, Executive Director at Rady School of Management UCSD

Michael Melvin

Executive Director
Rady School of Management UCSD

Ritirupa Samanta, Managing Director, Global Head of Systematic Fixed Income & Senior Portfolio Manager at FICC State Street Global Advisors

Ritirupa Samanta

Managing Director, Global Head of Systematic Fixed Income & Senior Portfolio Manager
FICC State Street Global Advisors

Chris Milonopolous, Director, Emerging Markets Debt at Lazard Asset Management

Chris Milonopolous

Director, Emerging Markets Debt
Lazard Asset Management

Nate Polachek, Portfolio Manager at Commodity Asset Management

Nate Polachek

Portfolio Manager
Commodity Asset Management

Ben Emons, Head of Portfolio Management at Intellectus Partners

Ben Emons

Head of Portfolio Management
Intellectus Partners

Meraj Khan

Managing Director, FX Trading
Standard Chartered Bank

Conference Tracks:Track B Prospering in a Global Investment Landscape

5:10 pm - 5:30 pm Fireside Chat: Preparing US investors for Chinese Investments- How to increase your exposure to offshore Yuan investments whilst managing key risks to enhance your returns
Ø  Gaining access to Chinese markets- How will China’s MSCI entry present new opportunities to US investors?
Ø  The macro view of China- What are the key themes in 2019 that will impact Chinese currency investing?
Ø  Chinese currency investment strategies- Best practice case studies for managing and hedging the RMB
Ø What are the biggest investment risks and opportunities for Chinese currency investing in once cross-border RMB flows increase?

Alex Lenhart

Chief Representative- US & UK
Singapore Exchange Limited

Jens Nordvig, Founder & CEO at Exante Data

Jens Nordvig

Founder & CEO
Exante Data

Michael Melvin, Executive Director at Rady School of Management UCSD

Michael Melvin

Executive Director
Rady School of Management UCSD

Conference Tracks:Track B Prospering in a Global Investment Landscape

5:30 pm - 5:35 pm Closing Remarks: Michael Melvin, Executive Director, Rady School of Management UCSD

Improving The Position Of Women On Wall St

4:10 pm - 5:30 pm Women On Wall Street Boardroom: Improving the position of women in the capital markets business- Covering everything from communications, self-branding and career progression

Open to a maximum of 15 delegates- Refreshments to be served during this session
Hosted by Jennifer Litwin, Senior Vice President, Head of Relationship Management, Greenwich Associates
Ø A boardroom discussion on professional skill development, building a personal brand, and getting ahead on the street
Ø Enhance your career by learning from, and being inspired by, some of the most successful and influential women leaders in the US
Jennifer Litwin, Senior Vice President, Head of Relationship Management at Greenwich Associates

Jennifer Litwin

Senior Vice President, Head of Relationship Management
Greenwich Associates

Improving The Position Of Women On Wall St

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm The TradeTech FX Luau Cocktail Drinks Reception Taking place on the grand patio

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm BMO Drinks reception, Invite-only

5:35 pm - 7:00 pm TradeTech FX Luau Cocktail Reception hosted by Citadel Securities

Join us on the Grand Patio for a taste of Hawaii at our Luau Cocktail Reception! Enjoy a tropical cocktail and enjoy some light nibbles as we switch over from conference time to island time and unwind from day one of TradeTech FX.