Quantitative trade has been increasingly adopted by institutional investors. Associated with the improving complexity and refinement of the trading tools, it is able to achieve an low correlation, heterogeneous and richness among different strategies. The increasing update pace of the quantitative tools and broaden applications indicates that Quantitative Trade will be the most competitive trading mode.
Quantitative Trade started to draw more and more attention in the domestic futures and security market, since the launch of stock index futures in 2010. Nowadays, there are over 20 fund management companies have engaged in the algo trading technology research in China, which attracted plenty of foreign software providers. Regarding to its sustainable developing tendency, algorithmic trading is the most important trading tools afterwards.
About Quantitative Trade Summit 2013
Quantitative Trade Summit 2013 is a professional conference concentrating on domestic Quantitative Trading environment and development. It will be held in 2nd – 3rd July 2013 in Shanghai, China. Over 200 decision makers and experts (on quantitative investment, trading, IT and financial engineering) from the fund management, securities, futures companies and exchanges are expected to involve in the summit to have brilliant presentations and discussions about trading strategy portfolio, trading platform, risk management, algo trading, exchanges technology, high-frequency trading and so on forth.
Quantitative Trade Summit 2013 aims at create a most valuable platform for the industry with the most professional participants, most profound and forward-looking topics, and most senior speakers.
•Quantitative Investment and Traditional Investment Strategic Fusion
•Intercommodity and Intermarket Arbitrage
•Algorithmic Hedging Trading System Construction
•Timing Technique for Shorting (Futures)
•Joint Risk Control Regulatory
•Internal Risk Management Design and Operation
•Algorithmic Trading Platform Development Progress
•Application of Latest Database System
•Technical Trends of Exchanges
•Diversified Futures Businesses
•Derivatives Investment Strategies
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