On Tuesday, the 10th of May 2016 it’s time again for the 6th D-A-CH Congress for Financial Information, the premier forum in German-speaking Europe for the financial information services industry, at the Sofitel Bayerpost in Munich/Germany.
Main topic of this years´ event is: “Disrupting Financial Information Services: The Growing Importance of Fintech and Big Data in Dealing with Clients and regulatory Challenges.”
This years´ speakers are, among others, Michael Rüdiger, CEO of the DekaBank and Michael Mellinghoff, Senior Advisor and Mentor of FinTechForum.de.
Like in the last years oraïse will be taking part at the conference as exhibitor. You will find us in the entrance area at Booth B12. We are looking forward to your visit!
About the DKF:
The DKF – D-A-CH Congress for Financial Informationen is a one-day event held once a year since 2010 in Munich/Germany. The DKF provides the opportunity to meet employees and executives from a wide variety of companies using financial information, trading platforms and supporting products. Amoung the participants of the DKF are broker/dealers, asset managers, custodians, treasury departments, business and retail banks, energy traders, and other related branches.
The DKF is an exhibition and a conference. The exhibition offers the opportunity for data and solutions providers from both the local and global markets to present their services to senior market data and information technology executives from companies in the industries listed above. Exhibitors also use the event to network with their peers and to develop B2B deals.
The conference allows experts in the market to offer their perspectives on a range of relevant issues currently confronting the industry. Past topics have included: the changing landscape of electronic trading, evaluated pricing and the road to transparency, the role of the speculator in high frequency trading, dealing with macroeconomic uncertainty, how to reduce operational risk and cost and market data management post credit crisis.
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