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19 July 2020
Brad Bailey and Daniel W. Latimore

How have technology priorities changed as a result of the pandemic?

2020: A new decade and a continued low-volatility bull market seemed inevitable. Then boom... March madness. A volume storm that has called to task the regulatory and trading tenets of the past decade and tested the limits of the underlying technology infrastructure.

Priorities shifted overnight, and the implications far reaching. In a flash, the pandemic moved digital models to the top of the agenda, accelerating demand for: expanded data insight, analytics and machine learning, cloud leverage, bots and automation, open platforms, algo and e-trading, and collaboration tools.

The Covid-19 crisis has defined the twenties in its inaugural year and has redefined Wall Street’s idea of the technology of the trading floor, collaboration, business continuity, and connectivity.

Speakers: Brad Bailey and Dan Latimore

Recorded July 15th

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Asia-Pacific, EMEA, LATAM, North America