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Title: Technology Solutions for Trading in Global Markets
Mr. Doug Carucci, JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Date & Time: October 7, 2015 14:00
Venue: F. C. Kohli Auditorium, 01st Floor, B Block, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Kanwal Rekhi (KReSIT) Building
Abstract:
The talk will cover the technology solutions in place for trading in global markets. Some of the topics covered are: The growing importance of electronic trading and how it is making the markets efficient. How markets are evolving and dramatic growth of electronic trading in some marketplace. Discussion on key components of a successful electronic trading platform. The speaker has long industry experience and will be sharing actual industry experience at key points of the presentation.This is recommended for people who are keen to provide technology solutions in an environment of low latency and high availability systems solutions.
Speaker Profile:
Doug Carucci is Head of CEM Electronic Trading Technology at JP Morgan Chase, covering FX, Commodities, and Emerging Markets. Mr. Carucci is responsible for a global team of engineers developing low latency trading technology. He began his career on Wall Street developing options trading systems while in high school and in the AMEX options pits while attending college. He spend 10 years building proprietary trading systems for FX and Interest Rates derivatives on Wall Street. Mr. Carucci served as Managing Director and Partner at Citadel Investment Group, in Chicago, for 10 years where he lead the architecture and development of analytics and risk management systems across all business lines. He launched Citadel’s European Options Market Making and High Frequency trading business in London. He joined Sun Trading LLC in 2009 as head of Volatility Trading and lead the firm’s Quantitative Research group. Mr. Carucci received his degree in Finance from Baruch, City University of New York.
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