HFM US Breakfast Briefing: Debating data strategies – stormy clouds and the evolving ways hedge funds are handling an information deluge
September 19, 2017date
Featuring a panel-led discussion and informal networking, the briefing is an excellent opportunity to update your knowledge, whilst meeting with your industry peers and connecting with new business contacts.
Debating data strategies: Stormy clouds and the evolving ways hedge funds are handling an information deluge
Discussion points include:
– Cost-effective strategies for combining on-premises capabilities with various cloud options and debating the pros and cons of leveraging services offered by cloud providers versus internal builds. What other services or offers are valuable on the cloud?
– Debating the economics of moving research and back-testing workloads and other data tasks to the cloud. What are the hurdles? How much of this is dependent on a firm’s current operational infrastructure and the volume of information being analyzsed and consumed? At what point do various options become more economically viable?
– Given the growth of data and sources, can you continue to build and scale without a cloud strategy?
– What hurdles have been eliminated so that hedge funds can do more in the cloud? What other barriers need to be reduced or eliminated for broader adoption?
Ed Morris head of Sales, financial services, Google Cloud
Greg Ulepic, sales director, financial services, Avere Systems
Samer Ojjeh, principal, EY
More speakers to be announced shortly
08:30 Registration & networking breakfast
09:15 Panel discussion
Nearest subway stations include:
Bryant Park Station, 42nd St (0.2 miles/3 minute walk)
Times Square Station, 42nd St (0.1 miles/ 3 minute walk)
Rockefeller Center Station, 47-50 St (0.2 miles/ 4 minute walk)
The event is FREE to attend for existing named HFM members and trial users.
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Please note: this event is not open to any members of the press unless agreed in advance with the organisers.