What do you do in your carbon present, to set for your AI future?
AI & Data Science in Trading March 18-20
One of the more intriguing events of the year is AI & Data Science in Trading March 19-20 at the Met Pavilion in NYC. It seems that the agenda is ultimately valuable even outside of trading as it discovers future enterprise value proposition, talent, business models and more.
HOW DOES AI FACTOR INTO YOUR VALUE PROPOSITION?
And so the agenda begins with a take on the very question that’s been bandied about intelligent automation forums for the past few years. Moving forward, are you a financial services company or are you a tech company? This is the ‘survive or die’ question for enterprises the world-over. If you don’t answer it the right way it could mean the end.
Outlook for the hedge fund industry: survival of the leanest or the most tech savvy?
David Rukshin, Chief Technology Officer, WorldQuant
HOW DOES AI FACTOR INTO YOUR FUTURE?
Asset allocation takes the stage to hash out Evaluation, Analysis and Risk moving forward. But while Cerebus’ former Chief of AI is on the panel, it’s only the Risk point that nods at unpacking how artificial intelligence plays into the future.
Panel discussion: The asset allocator's view
Afsheen Afshar - Former Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer and Senior Managing Director Cerberus Capital Management
Joseph Simonian - Director of Quantitative Research, Natixis Investment Managers
Amit Soni - Portfolio Manager, New York Life Investments
- Evaluation: What does a buy side investor look for in quantitative strategies
- Analysis: Finding risk, uniqueness and maintaining a diverse yet unbiased holding: the challenges of asset allocation
- Risk: Meeting your mandate while incorporating technologically forward investment strategies
Afsheen Afshar, Former Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer and Senior Managing Director, Cerberus Capital Management
Joseph Simonian, Director of Quantitative Research, Natixis Investment Managers
Amit Soni, Portfolio Manager, New York Life Investments
HOW DOES AI FACTOR INTO YOUR NEW TALENT?
No matter how much buy-in comes from the top, no matter how culturally ready the enterprise is and no matter how well change has been managed, you don’t make it out of tomorrow without top talent. And experienced AI talent is extremely hard to come by these days. Global corporate enterprise is in the process of building the plane- how many people could possibly know how to fly it? The agenda seems to start to answer that question with this session.
Creating an international top tier data science and AI team
- Building a vision: understanding and defining the data requirements
- Selling the business case: do you need quick wins to sustain the long-term vision?
- Growing and developing the functionality: refining, improving and scaling up
Matthew Granade, Chief Market Intelligence Officer & Managing Director, Point72
HOW DOES AI FACTOR INTO YOUR NEW BUSINESS MODELS?
Quite literally, the Refinitiv, Mizuho, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs panel is the money session of the event– and not only because of the impressive panelists. It’s the focus on how to grow enterprise value through new customer solutions offered by leveraging new tech teams. The caveat is that the bullet points only mention AI in the way of dealing with regulations, but ‘new business models’ is in the topic title itself so panelists will be hard pressed to not offer up some true clues on viable paths forward.
Panel discussion: How are investment banks leveraging their quant and data science teams to build new business models and add value to clients?
Tim Baker - Global Head of Applied Innovation Refinitiv
Lindsey Burik - Managing Director, Head of Electronic Trading Americas, Mizuho
Brice Rosenzweig - Global Head of Data & Innovation Group, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Ingrid Tierens - Managing Director, Goldman Sachs
- How to add value in the age of access to alt data?
- Identifying trade ideas your client hasn’t considered yet
- Leveraging the vast reams of historical data that banks have stored
- Implementing AI and ML to help manage the regulatory burden
Tim Baker, Global Head of Applied Innovation, Refinitiv
Lindsey Burik, Managing Director, Head of Electronic Trading Americas, Mizuho
Brice Rosenzweig, Global Head of Data & Innovation Group, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Ingrid Tierens, Managing Director, Goldman Sachs
These are only a few of the sessions from the agenda. Follow the link to see the full agenda and register for AI & Data Science in Trading now.