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Edgar Perez's The Speed Traders: An Insider's Look at the New High-Frequency Trading Phenomenon That is transforming the Investing World, Presenting at Institutional Investor's Global Growth Markets ...

Edgar Perez's The Speed Traders: An Insider's Look at the New High-Frequency Trading Phenomenon That is transforming the Investing World, Presenting at Institutional Investor's Global Growth Markets Forum in Waldorf Hilton, London, on "High-Frequency Trading Opportunities in Emerging Markets"

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  • For Immediate Release Natalia Nuzhnova Media Relations Coordinator The Speed Traders 516-761-4712 nnuzhnova@thespeedtraders.com http://www.thespeedtraders.com Speed Trading Becoming Bigger, Stronger and more Prevalent Edgar Perezs The Speed Traders: An Insiders Look at the New High-Frequency Trading Phenomenon That is transforming the Investing World, Presenting at Institutional Investors Global Growth Markets Forum in Waldorf Hilton, London, on "High-Frequency Trading Opportunities in Emerging Markets" (Oct.26, 2011, New York) For John Netto, one of the leading high- frequency traders featured in Edgar Perezs The Speed Traders: An Insiders Look at the New High-Frequency Trading Phenomenon That is Transforming the Investing World (http://www.thespeedtraders.com), high-frequency trading is going to get bigger, stronger and more prevalent. "There are potential regulatory changes that might impact the growth of high-frequency trading; that is always a possibility. They have talked about co- location and proximity legislation but who knows how it all shakes and if the desired results from this legislation are accomplished." Netto is the Founder and President of M3 Capital. Mr. Netto has worked with buy-side firms, sell-side firms, and technology providers on more efficiently combining structure, strategy, and personnel to increase trading profits. Mr. Netto has presented onbehalf of Eurex, CME Group, The ICE, ISE, Interactive Brokers, Thomson Reuters, Profit-Loss Forex Conferencesand Golden Networking as well as appearing regularly on Forex TV, Fox Business Channel, The Money ShowVideo Network, and many other media outlets.Mr. Netto sees more traditional investment managers expanding into high-frequency trading; more managers areusing technology as in means of investing. Similarly, he sees more institutional investors allocating part of theirasset base to quantitative trading strategies. He adds: "I think at this moment the future is more than justtechnology, as it is already very robust; it would be more about the adoption of the technology which willdetermine how fast things go. Not every exchange has the same technology or robust infrastructure; I think what
  • we will see is that more and more firms, more and more exchanges around the world get caught up and then it willbe about the interchangeability of the technology. And not just from a hardware standpoint but also from asoftware standpoint. Issues such as ‘what exchange trade data can we give up to another exchange trade data’, and‘how that data gets aggregated’. Considering the current environment, the future will be more about dataaggregation and data processing, and getting that data in the hands of the right people than who will build thefastest server."The Speed Traders, http://www.TheSpeedTraders.com, published by McGraw-Hill Inc., is the mostcomprehensive, revealing work available on the most important development in trading in generations. High-frequency trading will no doubt play an ever larger role as computer technology advances and the globalexchanges embrace fast electronic access. The Speed Traders explains everything there is to know about howtodays high-frequency traders make millions—one cent at a time.”Mr. Perez is widely regarded as the pre-eminent networker in the specialized area of high-frequency trading. Hehas been featured on CNBC Cash Flow with Oriel Morrison (http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=2023403523),BNN Business Day with Kim Parlee (http://watch.bnn.ca/business-day/august-2011/business-day-august-19-2011/#clip519647), TheStreet.com with Gregg Greenberg (http://www.thestreet.com/video/11144274/high-frequency-traders-not-the-enemy.html), Channel NewsAsia Cent & Sensibilities with Lin Xue Ling, The WallStreet Journal, The New York Times, The Dallas Morning News, Los Angeles Times, iMoney Hong Kong, HedgeFund Brief, Oriental Daily News Hong Kong, and more. He has been engaged as speaker at Harvard BusinessSchool’s 17th Annual Venture Capital & Private Equity Conference, High-Frequency Trading Leaders Forum2011 (New York, Chicago, Hong Kong, Sao Paulo, Singapore), CFA Singapore, Hong Kong Securities Institute,Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University (New York), Global Growth Markets Forum(London), Technical Analysis Society (Singapore), Middle East Hedge Funds Investors Summit 2012 (Riyadh,Saudi Arabia), among other global forums.Mr. Perez was a vice president at Citigroup, a senior consultant at IBM, and a consultant at McKinsey & Co. inNew York City. Mr. Perez has an undergraduate degree from Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería, Lima, Peru(1994), a Master of Administration from Universidad ESAN, Lima, Peru (1997) and a Master of BusinessAdministration from Columbia Business School, with a dual major in Finance and Management (2002). Hebelongs to the Beta Gamma Sigma honor society. Mr. Perez resides in the New York City area and is anaccomplished salsa and hustle dancer.Mr. Perez is one of the great business networkers and motivators on the lecture circuit; he is available worldwidefor the following speaking engagements: Present and Future of High-Frequency Trading, The Real Story behindthe "Flash Crash", Networking for Financial Executives, and Business Networking for Success.
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