November 27, 2017
A select group of buy-side professionals will attend this half-day J.P. Morgan fintech event, by invitation only.
Attendees will learn about emerging technology trends, listen to panel discussions and presentations on managing change, and hear from other practitioners who are engaged in emerging technology-driven transformation programs themselves. The following topics will be covered:
Our CEO, Armando Gonzalez, has been invited to speak in a panel titled “Leveraging Data in the Investment Process”. He will be Interviewed by Samik Chandarana, Global Head of Analytics and Data Science at J.P. Morgan.
Armando will be available for personal debriefs during the conference.
November 27, 2017
25 Bank Street, Canary Wharf
E14 5JP London
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