Expo Learning Lab Program
With the desire for agility, scalability, and processing power on demand, financial firms are looking to consume market and alternative data in the cloud. Once data is available in the cloud, they can combine data sets, build trading models, minimize risk, and gain a competitive edge. Sources of data available today range from historic and real-time market data to unstructured data such as satellite imagery, sentiment analysis, and tweets. Join us to understand: What data is out there? How to find it? How to bring it into your cloud-native environment? What does it take to create really good data sets?
Head of Market Structure & Technology Research
Head of Quantitative Research
Head of Product Strategy & Innovation
ICE Data Services
Customer Success Manager
Domino Data Lab
Chief Executive Officer
The next generation of futures and options traders will have tools at their disposal that belonged to the realms of science fiction a few short years ago, and these tools bring with them new opportunities and demand a different approach to trading. This session will set out some of the ways in which newer traders will be entering the markets and what lies on the horizon.
Executive Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
John J. Lothian & Company
Senior Product Manager
Global Trading Team Lead
Trader Development Specialist
FIA President and CEO Walt Lukken will present an award to the most innovative company in the FIA Innovators Pavilion. The winning company will receive cash and other resources worth more than $20,000.
Futures offer unique features that are not seen in other financial instruments such as CFDs and foreign exchange products. Against a background of growing participation in financial products by a range of emerging users, this panel will highlight some of the advantages that can be gained from trading and investing in futures, including the FCM and margin model.
Director of Strategy & Business Development
Head of Client Education
Director of Futures & Forex
Charles Schwab Futures
Gender power dynamics are rapidly shifting. Is it still true that there is an inverse relationship between power and likeability for women? Balancing our changing expectations of power with society’s unconscious assumptions and perceptions of powerful women has become more complex. Determining how we step into our power in hierarchical organizations while maintaining (and being rewarded for) our skills of collaboration and relationship building is a crucial challenge. Cynthia Zeltwanger of the Women's Leadership Lab will explore the framework of Relational and Goal Oriented Power Dynamics and learn how to effectively integrate both for maximum impact.
Women's Leadership Lab
Women’s Leadership Lab
Women's Leadership Lab