New and emerging hedge fund technologies | AIMA CyberTech Forum 2022

      AIMA’s CyberTech Forum 2022, an inaugural virtual conference, centers around technology and cyber developments shaping the alternative management industry.

      Agenda and details about the full event, can be found here.

      In this session, speakers examine information security challenges facing investment managers, the impacts of new technologies, models for bolstering firms’ IT infrastructure, and the future landscape of cyber technology in the next decade.

      Panelist:

      Conor Flynn, Waystone Compliance Solutions
      Nate Tombs, Man Group

      Moderator:

      James Delaney, AIMA

      Duration:

      45 minutes

       

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