Presented at the RiskHedge USA Conference | September 2017

This presentation entitled “The Need for Speed – Why a Real-Time Event Driven Architecture Matters” was given by Jim Rogers of Numerix at the RiskHedge USA in New York on September 28th.

The presentation addresses:

  • Real-time management of positions and risk
  • Pre-trade compliance checks
  • Market making
  • Real-time margining
  • What-if analysis


Numerix Presenter Bio:

Jim Rogers, Risk Management Technology Manager, Numerix

Jim Rogers currently heads up the Asset Manager Solutions group at Numerix. He has over 25 years of experience developing capital markets trading and risk platforms at various sell-side institutions. He holds a master's degree in computer engineering from the University of Southern California.

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