In this podcast, Donna Bales speaks with John Lowrey, an industry leader and innovator in capital markets and electronic trading and execution on how he approached the development of an asset specific data practice. John will share his journey from concept to implementation and the lessons he learned along the way.
John Lowrey has been at the forefront of market structure innovation and is an acknowledge leader in automated trading. Most recently he was responsible for building the next generation data analysis and trading platforms for Citi. Prior to Citi, he held senior leadership roles at Lehman, Chi-X Global and was a Senior Advisor and Venture Partner at The JRJ Group, a London based private equity firm, where he oversaw the group’s technology portfolio and strategy. He has served on the Board of a number of fin-tech companies and a mentor to tech incubators in London.
In this podcast our experts take us on a journey and provide their perspectives on the maturity of the global and Canadian landscape for quantum computing. They share a number of business and regulatory user cases and discuss where the ecosystem needs to go in terms of skills retention and regulatory support.
Myron Mallia-Dare, strategic advisor to the CRTA and technology lawyer from Miller Thomson leads the discussion with Rafal Janik, Head of Product at Xanadu and Richard Moulds the General Manager of Amazon Braket, the quantum computing service of Amazon Web Services (AWS).
In this podcast we explore a relatively new field of leadership in the artificial intelligence era - "Decision Intelligence." Our experts will explain this new discipline and delve into some of the tactical, strategic and operational user cases.
Donna Bales, co-founder of the CRTA leads the discussion with Christopher Napoli, SVP of Global Sales at Diwo and Marc Buklis, a seasoned practitioner in risk management and technology.
Join Myron Mallia-Dare, strategic advisor to the CRTA and technology lawyer from Miller Thomson as he leads a discussion with Benjamin Jacob, Partner Automation, IBM and Patrick Morrison, MBA, StereoLogic.
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