Date Recorded: Thursday, November 15, 2018
The availability of vast databases of tick-by-tick market data combined with the latest generation of streaming analytics software creates new ways for traders and portfolio managers to find alpha.
This webinar is a follow up to our November 1, 2018 webinar in which our panel discusses new approaches to the old problems of optimised execution, the role of new technologies including artificial intelligence (AI) in improvement, and how to implement and integrate tools and technologies to build an efficient and cost-effective technology stack.
This is a deep dive into the technology architecture and tools required for quants and other decision-makers involved in the trading process to optimize execution quality.
VP Panopticon Streaming Analytics
Peter Simpson is responsible for driving the vision and strategy for Datawatch’s Panopticon streaming analytics solutions. Peter joined Altair through the acquisition of Panopticon where he held the role of SVP Research & Development and had responsibility for product strategy, development, sales engineering and services, and helped to successfully expand the customer base to most top tier global financial institutions.
Prior to Datawatch, he was Product Manager at Instant Information, a provider of news analytics solutions to trading desks. He also held analytical roles at HSBC Global Markets within Technology, Equities, and Research for several years. Peter holds a MSc in Info Systems Engineering and a BSc in Physics with Space Science & Technology.
Director of Solutions
Louis Lovas is the Director of Solutions at OneMarketData where his responsibilities include strategic business development and delivering targeted solutions for quantitative research and trading systems. Louis brings over 20 years of experience in developing cutting edge solutions for financial markets and is a leading voice on industry trends, trading technology and data management for Capital Markets. Prior to joining OneMarketData, Louis was the Chief Architect and Fellow of Apama products (formerly from) Progress Software. Earlier in his career, Louis held numerous positions in the Financial Systems and Corporate Program Management divisions at Unisys Corporation (formerly Burroughs). Louis has a B.S in Business Administration/Management.