CloudOps 2012: Cloud Computing for Asset Managers

September 27, 2012 - September 28, 2012
The Princeton Club, New York
USA

 

CloudOps 2012: Cloud Computing for Asset Managers

September 27-28, 2012

The Princeton Club, New York

URL: http://www.frallc.com/conference.aspx?ccode=B827

Mention FMP171 for 15% registration discount

As the world of financial technology rapidly evolves, it is more important than ever that your firm, fund, or institution continues to stay ahead of the curve. Join us for the must-attend “Cloud Computing for Asset Managers” conference of the year. Learn what the cloud can truly do for asset managers: technology-enhanced trading, platforms in portfolio companies, attracting institutional dollars, time-to-market enhancement, and more!

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