It all started in 2010 with the launching of the first ever high-frequency trading conference in the United States. That pioneering event gave rise to The Trading Show – the most established brand in the Americas electronic trading market.
Terrapinn was the first ever event organizer to recognize the merging of the quantitative investment and automated trading communities in the historic Chicago event in 2011. From these humble beginnings, this event has grown to serve as a platform for Wall Street legends like Blair Hull to share their knowledge and insights with the algorithmic trading community.
For the 8th year in 2017, Trading Show New York will return. In 2016, the conference sold out at 450 attendees. We were joined by speakers from Guggenheim Partners, Citi,Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, BlackRock, Bloomberg LP Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Data Capital Management, National Stock Exchange of India and BMO Financial Group.
Trading Show New York delivers content across 4 main areas:
Focuses on new ideas, risk strategies, and modeling techniques.
Explores the latest innovative trading strategies and technologies to enable traders and heads of IT & infrastructure to stay ahead of the competition.
Highlights strategies, trends and innovations in data analytics, storage and infrastructure.
Capital Markets have always been closely aligned with High Performance Computing, but perhaps never as much as right now.
What sets this particular event apart from any other trading gathering is that consistently over the past five years, the ratio of trading firms to service providers has been by far the best in the sector. If you want to do business with the CTO of an automated trading firm, the head of quantitative analysis of a leading bank, the head of a global exchange, the global head of derivatives from a leading fund manager or the Chief Data Officer of a financial institution, you cannot miss this event.