SAS Securities & Investments Webinar Featuring Celent: Big Data Analytics in Capital Markets

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15 May 2013
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Capital markets firms process, consume and produce massive amounts of digital data. Firms are always searching for new ways to mine existing and new data sources to help provide new insights in the search for investment alpha and competitive differentiation. What is the role and importance of Big Data Analytics in capital markets? What types of firms are considering, evaluating and using Big Data? What are the key impediments to investment firms embracing the hidden potential in Big Data? Will they adopt Big Data and if so, will they focus their investments in the front office, middle office or back office?

Join Bill Fearnley, Jr., Senior Analyst with Celent’s Securities & Investments Group, and Dr. Vincent Kilcoyne, Capital Markets Industry Lead with SAS, as they discuss their experiences in working with leading investment banks to address their big data analytics problems.

This presentation draws on findings from the report Big Data in Capital Markets: Expanding the Search for Big Ideas.

This event is free to attend. If you have any questions, please contact Andrew Renzella at +1.617.262.3124 or arenzella@celent.com.

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