Evolution of Securities Investing at High-frequency Trading Workshop in New York City

Edgar Perez, former McKinsey and IBM consultant, is a global expert, author of The Speed Traders, Knightmare on Wall Street, and the course director of The Speed Traders Workshop, “How Banks, Hedge and Mutual Funds and Brokers Battle Markets ‘RIGGED’ by Wall Street’s ‘Flash Boys’, High-frequency Trading, Exchanges and Dark Pools”, in New York City, Washington DC, Boston, Munich, London, Dubai, Brussels, Tokyo, Beijing and Shanghai.

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New York, NY, USA (April 28, 2014) — The development of federal securities law was spurred by the stock market crash of 1929, and the resulting Great Depression. In the period leading up to the stock market crash, companies issued stock and enthusiastically promoted the value of their company to induce investors to purchase those securities. Doesn’t’ that sound eerily familiar to investors at the beginning of the Internet era?

Brokers in turn sold this stock to investors based on promises of large profits but with little disclosure of relevant information about the company. In many cases, the promises made by companies and brokers had little or no substantive basis, or were wholly fraudulent. With thousands of investors buying up stock in hopes of huge profits, the market was in a state of speculative frenzy that ended in October 1929, when the market crashed as panicky investors sold off their investments en masse.

Fast forward 85 years and practitioners can review how far markets have gone at The Speed Traders Workshop, “How Banks, Hedge and Mutual Funds and Brokers Battle Markets ‘RIGGED’ by Wall Street’s ‘Flash Boys’, High-frequency Trading, Exchanges and Dark Pools” (http://www.thespeedtradersworkshop.com), the first and most comprehensive initiation to the world of high-frequency trading with Edgar Perez, author of Knightmare on Wall Street (http://www.knightmareonwallstreet.com). The Speed Traders Workshop will open the door to the secretive world of computerized low-latency trading, the most controversial form of investing today; in the name of protecting the algorithms they have spent so much time perfecting, speed traders almost never talk to the press and try to disclose as little as possible about how they operate.

The Speed Traders Workshop, to be held in New York City, Washington DC, Boston, Munich, London, Dubai, Brussels, Tokyo, Beijing and Shanghai, covers the latest research currently available and reveals how high-frequency trading players are operating in global markets and driving the development of electronic trading at breakneck speeds from the U.S. and Europe to Japan, India, and Brazil. The “flash crash”, the suspended BATS IPO, the botched Facebook IPO, Knight Capital’s trading malfunction and NASDAQ’s Flash Freeze are just a few of the milestones in the history of high-frequency trading that will be dissected with participants.

Mr. Perez has been interviewed on CNN’s Quest Means Business, CNBC’s Squawk on the Street, Worldwide Exchange, Cash Flow and Squawk Box, FOX BUSINESS’s Countdown to the Closing Bell and After the Bell, Bloomberg TV’s Market Makers, CNN en Español’s Dinero, Sina Finance, BNN’s Business Day, CCTV China, Bankier.pl, TheStreet.com, Leaderonomics, GPW Media, Channel NewsAsia’s Business Tonight and Cents & Sensibilities. In addition, Mr. Perez has been globally featured on WILS 1320’s Capital City Recap, FXFactor, Columbia Business, OpenMarkets, Sohu, News.Sina.com, Yicai, eastmoney, Caijing, ETF88.com, 360doc, AH Radio, CNFOL.com, CITICS Futures, Tongxin Securities, ZhiCheng.com, CBNweek.com, Caixin, Futures Daily, Xinhua, CBN Newswire, Chinese Financial News, ifeng.com, International Finance News, hexun.com, Finance.QQ.com, Finance.Sina.com, The Korea Times, The Korea Herald, The Star, The Malaysian Insider, BMF 89.9, iMoney Hong Kong, CNBC, Bloomberg Hedge Fund Brief, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Dallas Morning News, Valor Econômico, FIXGlobal Trading, TODAY Online, Oriental Daily News and Business Times.

Mr. Perez was a vice president at Citigroup, a senior consultant at IBM, and a strategy consultant at McKinsey & Co. in New York City. Mr. Perez has an undergraduate degree from Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería, Lima, Peru (1994), a Master of Administration from Universidad ESAN, Lima, Peru (1997) and a Master of Business Administration from Columbia Business School, New York, with a dual major in Finance and Management (2002). He belongs to the Beta Gamma Sigma honor society.

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The High-Frequency Trading Conference Every Trader and Quant in London is Talking About, December 5

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Golden Networking hosts the World’s Most Influential High-Frequency Trading Conference Series, High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 London “Strategic and Tactical Insights for Investors, Speed Traders, Brokers and Exchanges”, December 5 (www.HFTLeadersForum).

HFTLF 2013 - London - Golden Networking

New York City, NY, USA (November 7, 2013) — Which is the high-frequency trading conference every trader and quant in London is talking about? High-Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013,”Strategic and Tactical Insights for Investors, Speed Traders, Brokers and Exchanges” (http://www.HFT-Leaders-Forum.com), organized by Golden Networking, will bring the latest on speed trading to one of the world’s financial capitals, London, on December 5.

High-Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 (http://www.High-Frequency-Trading-Conference.com) “Strategic and Tactical Insights for Investors, Speed Traders, Brokers and Exchanges” will bring insights for investors and speed traders, who need to protect and refine their competitive advantage in a world dominated by algorithmic and high-frequency trading. Recognized practitioners, regulators, experts, and strategists will return to High-Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 London to provide hundreds of attendees with the information they are looking for in an open and unbiased environment, highly conducive to the most efficient and effective networking.

Advanced computerized trading platforms and market gateways are becoming standard tools of most types of traders, including high-frequency traders. Broker-dealers now compete on routing order flow directly, in the fastest and most efficient manner, to the line handler where it undergoes a strict set of Risk Filters before hitting the execution venue(s). Ultra Low Latency Direct Market Access (ULLDMA) is a hot topic amongst Brokers and Technology vendors such as Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, and UBS. Typically, ULLDMA systems can currently handle high amounts of volume and boast round-trip order execution speeds (from hitting “transmit order” to receiving an acknowledgment) of 10 milliseconds or less.

Such performance is achieved with the use of hardware acceleration or even full-hardware processing of incoming market data, in association with high-speed communication protocols, such as 10 Gigabit Ethernet or PCI Express. More specifically, some companies provide full-hardware appliances based on FPGA technology to obtain sub-microsecond end-to-end market data processing. High-Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 will provide traders, quants and technologists with the most up-to-date review of where this ever-changing industry stands and is going through an inspiring keynote speeches and thought-provoking panels with leaders in the field.

With high-frequency trading the subject of great controversy and debate, many regulations will be bound to change. How will regulations impact the way traders are capturing alpha? Would there be restrictions that can possibly harm algorithmic trading? How the economic and political landscape might impact the pace and severity of these changes?

Finally, there has been a dramatic shift in how instruments are traded in the market. With high frequency trading able to detect price discrepancies in microseconds, aided by technology, regulators have grown increasingly concerned about its impact in market structure and fairness. What is the outlook for the markets when all participants engage in the arms race of super smart algorithms? Where will institutional and retail investors find opportunities? Conversely, could we imagine a world without high-frequency trading?

High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 is produced by Golden Networking (http://www.goldennetworking.com), the premier networking community for business executives, entrepreneurs and investors. Panelists, speakers and sponsors are invited to contact Golden Networking by calling +1-414-FORUMS0 or sending an email to information@goldennetworking.com.

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Julia Petrova
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New SEC Regulations after Knight Capital at High-frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 in New York

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Golden Networking brings Tech2Trade Expo 2013 (www.Tech2TradeExpo.com), World’s Most Influential Alternative Investments Conference Series, including High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013, “Strategic and Tactical Insights for Investors, Speed Traders, Brokers and Exchanges,” New York City, London, Chicago, Singapore and Frankfurt (www.High-Frequency-Trading-Conference.com).

HFT Conference

New York City, NY, USA (July 23, 2013) — According to SearchCompliance, the speed and complexity of software designed for high-frequency stock trading propelled Knight Capital Group’s success in recent years, but those same properties drove the firm to the brink of bankruptcy. When New York Stock Exchange trading opened the morning of Aug. 1, 2012, a technology breakdown in Knight Capital’s newly installed trading software caused a deluge of erroneous stock orders that severely disrupted the market. The new software had been deployed the day before, the company said, and it took about half an hour to halt the erroneous orders once the problem was discovered.

After Knight Capital Group lost $440 million in about 45 minutes of trading that day, regulators redoubled efforts to limit stock exchange damages inflicted by faulty technology. Specifically, they launched a review of the testing and control requirements needed to prevent highly complicated and interconnected IT systems from causing market upheaval when errors occur.

Lessons to be after the Knight Capital incident are at the heart of the keynote speech Edgar Perez, author of The Speed Traders and the forthcoming Knightmare on Wall Street, will give to attendees at High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 New York City (http://www.HFTLeadersForum.com), July 30th, part of Tech2Trade Expo 2013 New York City (http://www.Tech2TradeExpo.com).

Perez is widely regarded as the preeminent global expert in the specialized area of high-frequency trading. He is author of The Speed Traders, An Insider’s Look at the New High-Frequency Trading Phenomenon That is Transforming the Investing World, published in English by McGraw-Hill Inc. (2011), published in Mandarin by China Financial Publishing House (2012), and Investasi Super Kilat: Pandangan Orang dalam tentang Fenomena Baru Frekuensi Tinggi yang Mentransformasi Dunia Investasi, published in Bahasa Indonesia by Kompas Gramedia (2012).

Perez is course director of The Speed Traders Workshop 2012, How High Frequency Traders Leverage Profitable Strategies to Find Alpha in Equities, Options, Futures and FX (Hong Kong, Sao Paulo, Seoul, Kuala Lumpur, Warsaw, Kiev, New York, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai) and was Adjunct Professor at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University, where he taught Algorithmic Trading and High-Frequency Finance. He contributes to The New York Times and China’s International Finance News and Sina Finance.

Perez has been engaged to present at the Council on Foreign Relations, Vadym Hetman Kyiv National Economic University (Kiev), Quant Investment & HFT Summit APAC 2012 (Shanghai), U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (Washington DC), CFA Singapore, Hong Kong Securities Institute, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University, University of International Business and Economics (Beijing), Hult International Business School (London and Shanghai) and Pace University (New York), among other public and private institutions. In addition, Perez has spoken at a number of global conferences, including Emerging Markets Investments Summit 2013 (Warsaw), CME Group’s Global Financial Leadership Conference 2012 (Naples Beach), Harvard Business School’s Venture Capital & Private Equity Conference (Boston), High-Frequency Trading Leaders Forum (New York, Chicago, London), MIT Sloan Investment Management Conference (Cambridge), Institutional Investor’s Global Growth Markets Forum (London), Technical Analysis Society (Singapore), TradeTech Asia (Singapore), FIXGlobal Face2Face (Seoul) and Private Equity Convention Russia, CIS & Eurasia (London).

Perez was a vice president at Citigroup, a senior consultant at IBM, and a strategy consultant at McKinsey & Co. in New York City. Perez has an undergraduate degree from Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería, Lima, Peru (1994), a Master of Administration from Universidad ESAN, Lima, Peru (1997) and a Master of Business Administration from Columbia Business School, New York, with a dual major in Finance and Management (2002). He belongs to the Beta Gamma Sigma honor society. Perez resides in the New York City area and is an accomplished salsa and hustle dancer.

Golden Networking’s High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 will examine the speed trading industry from various angles, in an opened and unbiased environment highly conducive to networking. Topics to be discussed at High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 will include:

– Low Latency: How can Ultra-Low Latency be Achieved for High-Frequency Trading?
– Emerging Markets: How will Emerging Markets from Brazil to China Affect the Scope of High-frequency Trading?
– Robotic Markets: As High-frequency Trading Embraces Robotic Markets Worldwide, How Will Participants be Able to Find new Opportunities to Sustain Alpha Creation?
– Regulatory Impact: With High-frequency Trading in the Spotlight, how will New Regulations Change the Industry?
– The Future of HFT: How will High-frequency Trading Evolve in Ever-changing Technology and Regulatory Environments?

Tech2Trade Expo 2013, to be held in New York City, London, Chicago, Singapore and Frankfurt, is the world’s most influential alternative investments forum for the hedge fund, high-frequency trading and derivatives communities. With dozens of practitioners, experts and regulators speaking in our programs, Tech2Trade Expo 2013 provides hundreds of investors, traders and portfolio managers with the key lessons, proven recipes and penetrating insights they are looking for to capture alpha in up and down markets.

High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 is produced by Golden Networking (http://www.goldennetworking.net), the premier networking community for business executives, entrepreneurs and investors. Panelists, speakers and sponsors are invited to download our Information Package or contact Golden Networking directly by calling +1-414-FORUMS0 or sending an email to information@goldennetworking.net.

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Julia Petrova
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Golden Networking
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How High Is High-Frequency Trading at World’s Most Influential HFT Conference in New York City

Golden Networking

Golden Networking brings Tech2Trade Expo 2013 (www.Tech2TradeExpo.com), World’s Most Influential Alternative Investments Conference Series, including High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013, “Strategic and Tactical Insights for Investors, Speed Traders, Brokers and Exchanges,” New York City, London, Chicago, Singapore and Frankfurt (www.High-Frequency-Trading-Conference.com).

HFTLF 2013 - New York City

New York City, NY, USA (July 23, 2013) — According PBS Newshour’s Simone Pathe, high-frequency trading represents more than half of all transactions of American stocks these days. How fast is high-frequency? So fast, it turns out, that data companies now provide financial data to their most premium subscribers early — as little as two milliseconds early in the case of a $20,000-per-month service the Nasdaq and Chicago Mercantile Exchange debuted in May using microwave networks. That time difference is enough to gain quite the financial advantage.

One key data provider, Thomson Reuters, announced it was suspending its 9:54:58 a.m. release of the University of Michigan’s consumer confidence data to about a dozen premium subscribers (not to be confused with those regular money management customers who pay to receive the data at 9:55 a.m., a measly five minutes before the University of Michigan posts the consumer confidence index online) while New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman investigates the practice.

Thomson Reuters maintains that their 9:54:58 a.m. release, for which some clients pay more than $6,000 a month, does not violate federal insider trading laws since they disclose the tiered pricing to all customers.

So how and why do traders capitalize on those all-important two seconds? The answers will be debated at High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 New York City (http://www.HFTLeadersForum.com), July 30th, part of Tech2Trade Expo 2013 New York City (http://www.Tech2TradeExpo.com).

Golden Networking’s High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 will examine the speed trading industry from various angles, in an opened and unbiased environment highly conducive to networking. Topics to be discussed at High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 will include:

– Low Latency: How can Ultra-Low Latency be Achieved for High-Frequency Trading?
– Emerging Markets: How will Emerging Markets from Brazil to China Affect the Scope of High-frequency Trading?
– Robotic Markets: As High-frequency Trading Embraces Robotic Markets Worldwide, How Will Participants be Able to Find new Opportunities to Sustain Alpha Creation?
– Regulatory Impact: With High-frequency Trading in the Spotlight, how will New Regulations Change the Industry?
– The Future of HFT: How will High-frequency Trading Evolve in Ever-changing Technology and Regulatory Environments?

Tech2Trade Expo 2013, to be held in New York City, London, Chicago, Singapore and Frankfurt, is the world’s most influential alternative investments forum for the hedge fund, high-frequency trading and derivatives communities. With dozens of practitioners, experts and regulators speaking in our programs, Tech2Trade Expo 2013 provides hundreds of investors, traders and portfolio managers with the key lessons, proven recipes and penetrating insights they are looking for to capture alpha in up and down markets.

High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 is produced by Golden Networking (http://www.goldennetworking.net), the premier networking community for business executives, entrepreneurs and investors. Panelists, speakers and sponsors are invited to download our Information Package or contact Golden Networking directly by calling +1-414-FORUMS0 or sending an email to information@goldennetworking.net.

Media Contact:
Julia Petrova
Media Relations Coordinator
Golden Networking
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‘Is HFT Dead’ Industry Leaders to Discuss at High-frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 New York City

Golden Networking

Golden Networking brings Tech2Trade Expo 2013 (www.Tech2TradeExpo.com), World’s Most Influential Alternative Investments Conference Series, including High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013, “Strategic and Tactical Insights for Investors, Speed Traders, Brokers and Exchanges,” New York City, London, Chicago, Singapore and Frankfurt (www.High-Frequency-Trading-Conference.com).

HFTLF 2013 - New York - July 30

New York City, NY, USA (July 22, 2013) — According to Robert Anglos, HFT is still around, but is being done by fewer people. “There is, no doubt, numerous reasons but my take, as a HF trader, is that a lot of people that got in was when the markets were tanking and it was being touted as a ‘get rich quick’ approach to making money. When the reality set in most went away, just like small investors that lost a lot of money either did not come back or not as strong.”

Anglos is an HFT and admits there is some misconception of what most HFT do and where. “Generally we, and almost never for me, are we trading stock. We do not, and are not capable of moving the markets. We do have the ability to exploit and perhaps extend a movement when the markets are highly sensitive (probably the basis for the argument that HF traders help them get where they are going quicker).”

Trading is not investing, he said. “In many respects investing, in my view, is the equivalent of hope or taking advantage of a situation. In the old days you could buy AT&T, or its equivalent, and believe that it was going to appreciate until the end of time (and pay dividends). Keep this in mind only 1 in 100 people that try day trading make a living at it. Some make excellent money, but I wonder how many investment professionals that are at the same in their profession make at least as much. I have no statistics but I believe any of the senior execs at Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan are making far more.”

So apparently, HFT is still alive; perhaps the reports of its death are a bit premature. Perhaps not? Leaders will be discussing these issues at High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 New York City, July 30th, as part of Tech2Trade Expo 2013 New York City (http://www.Tech2TradeExpo.com).

Golden Networking’s High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 will examine the speed trading industry from various angles, in an opened and unbiased environment highly conducive to networking. Topics to be discussed at High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 will include:

– Low Latency: How can Ultra-Low Latency be Achieved for High-Frequency Trading?
– Emerging Markets: How will Emerging Markets from Brazil to China Affect the Scope of High-frequency Trading?
– Robotic Markets: As High-frequency Trading Embraces Robotic Markets Worldwide, How Will Participants be Able to Find new Opportunities to Sustain Alpha Creation?
– Regulatory Impact: With High-frequency Trading in the Spotlight, how will New Regulations Change the Industry?
– The Future of HFT: How will High-frequency Trading Evolve in Ever-changing Technology and Regulatory Environments?

Tech2Trade Expo 2013, to be held in New York City, London, Chicago, Singapore and Frankfurt, is the world’s most influential alternative investments forum for the hedge fund, high-frequency trading and derivatives communities. With dozens of practitioners, experts and regulators speaking in our programs, Tech2Trade Expo 2013 provides hundreds of investors, traders and portfolio managers with the key lessons, proven recipes and penetrating insights they are looking for to capture alpha in up and down markets.

High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 is produced by Golden Networking (http://www.goldennetworking.net), the premier networking community for business executives, entrepreneurs and investors. Panelists, speakers and sponsors are invited to download our Information Package or contact Golden Networking directly by calling +1-414-FORUMS0 or sending an email to information@goldennetworking.net.

Media Contact:
Julia Petrova
Media Relations Coordinator
Golden Networking
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SEC Enforcement Issues in the World’s Most Highly Sophisticated Market Structure at HFT Conference

Golden Networking

Golden Networking brings Tech2Trade Expo 2013 (www.Tech2TradeExpo.com), World’s Most Influential Alternative Investments Conference Series, including High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013, “Strategic and Tactical Insights for Investors, Speed Traders, Brokers and Exchanges,” New York City, London, Chicago, Singapore and Frankfurt (www.High-Frequency-Trading-Conference.com).

Edgar Perez, Securities and Exchange Commission

New York City, NY, USA (July 18, 2013) — Mary Jo White, the recently named chairman of the Securities and Exchanges Commission, had the opportunity to highlight the new priorities for the agency. Enforcement and high-frequency trading figured prominently in the brief to-do-list she presented to members of the Senate Banking Committee.

Further strengthening the enforcement function of the SEC, fair but also bold and unrelenting, was top of mind in her presentation. Investors and all market participants, she said, needed to know that the playing field of the markets was level and that all wrongdoers, individual and institutional, of whatever position or size, would be aggressively and successfully pursued by the SEC. Strong enforcement, she noted, was necessary for investor confidence and was essential to the integrity of financial markets. Proceeding aggressively against wrongdoers was not only the right thing to do, but it also would serve to deter the sharp and unlawful practices of others who must be made to think twice, and stop in their tracks, rather than risk discovery, pursuit, and punishment by the SEC.

The SEC needed, she added, to be in a position to fully understand all aspects of today’s high-speed, high-tech, and dispersed marketplace so that it could be wisely and optimally regulated, which meant without undue cost and without undermining its vitality. High frequency trading, complex trading algorithms, dark pools, and intricate new order types raised for her many questions and concerns. Were they problematic for retail and non-institutional investors? Did they result in unnecessary volatility, or create an uneven playing field? Or did these modern-day features bring benefits such as efficiency, price reduction, and healthy competition to our markets? Did they do all of these things? The experts and studies to date, she claimed, had not been consistent or definitive in their observations and findings about whether and to what extent harm was caused by the current market structure and practices. There must be a sense of urgency brought to addressing these issues to understand their impact on investors and the quality of the markets so that the appropriate regulatory responses could be made. Finally, chairman White committed herself to work not only to ensure that the SEC had the cutting-edge technology and expertise necessary to enable it to keep pace with the markets and its responsibilities to monitor, regulate, and enforce the securities laws, but also to see around the corner and anticipate issues.

To further elaborate on SEC enforcement issues in the world’s most highly sophisticated market structure, Robert Cohen, Assistant Director of Market Abuse Unit, Division of Enforcement, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, will keynote High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 New York City (http://www.HFTLeadersForum.com), July 30th, as part of Tech2Trade Expo 2013 New York City (http://www.Tech2TradeExpo.com).

Cohen joined the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2004. He has been involved in significant enforcement actions involving investment advisers and companies, insider trading, market manipulation, public company accounting and financial disclosure violations. Currently, he is responsible for supervising investigations of large-scale market conduct. Prior to joining the SEC, Cohen was in private practice and served as a law clerk to the Honorable Alexander Williams, Jr., United States District Court for the District of Maryland. He received his J.D. from New York University School of Law, where he served on the Law Review, and received a B.S. from Cornell University.

Golden Networking’s High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 will examine the speed trading industry from various angles, in an opened and unbiased environment highly conducive to networking. Topics to be discussed at High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 will include:

– Low Latency: How can Ultra-Low Latency be Achieved for High-Frequency Trading?
– Emerging Markets: How will Emerging Markets from Brazil to China Affect the Scope of High-frequency Trading?
– Robotic Markets: As High-frequency Trading Embraces Robotic Markets Worldwide, How Will Participants be Able to Find new Opportunities to Sustain Alpha Creation?
– Regulatory Impact: With High-frequency Trading in the Spotlight, how will New Regulations Change the Industry?
– The Future of HFT: How will High-frequency Trading Evolve in Ever-changing Technology and Regulatory Environments?

Tech2Trade Expo 2013, to be held in New York City, London, Chicago, Singapore and Frankfurt, is the world’s most influential alternative investments forum for the hedge fund, high-frequency trading and derivatives communities. With dozens of practitioners, experts and regulators speaking in our programs, Tech2Trade Expo 2013 provides hundreds of investors, traders and portfolio managers with the key lessons, proven recipes and penetrating insights they are looking for to capture alpha in up and down markets.

High Frequency Trading Leaders Forum 2013 is produced by Golden Networking (http://www.goldennetworking.net), the premier networking community for business executives, entrepreneurs and investors. Panelists, speakers and sponsors are invited to download our Information Package or contact Golden Networking directly by calling +1-414-FORUMS0 or sending an email to information@goldennetworking.net.

Media Contact:
Julia Petrova
Media Relations Coordinator
Golden Networking
+1-414-FORUMS0
jpetrova@goldennetworking.net
http://www.goldennetworking.net