WFE's Technology Conference 2017

The WFE’s Technology conference aims to provoke thought, debate and ideas as the lines between finance and industry converge. The bi-annual meeting seeks to capture and discuss the latest trends and innovation in technology in the market structure space. It will be of most interest to Chief Technology Officers, Chief Information Security Officers, Chief Innovation Officers, Chief Digital Officers and Heads of Strategy at WFE members globally. This is the first year we have partnered with Imperial College which has created a new Centre for Global Finance & Technology.

ABOUT THE WFE:

The World Federation of Exchanges is the global advocate for regulated financial exchanges. With 64 members world-wide, London-based WFE develops, promotes and benchmarks best practice in international capital markets and supports international cooperation and coordination among regulators. WFE exchanges are a major source of funding for global economic activity, providing a home to more than 44,000 listed companies.

ABOUT THE CENTRE FOR GLOBAL FINANCE & TECHNOLOGY:

Imperial College London

The Centre for Global Finance and Technology at the Imperial College Business School serves as a hub for multidisciplinary research, business education and global outreach aimed at greater understanding of the impact of technology on finance, business and society. The centre is supporting top quality research on blockchain and digital payments, automated markets and high frequency trading, clearing, and other tech areas critical to modern finance. The Centre’s Director is Professor Andrei Kirilenko.

Imperial College London is consistently ranked amongst the top 10 universities in the world

The Business School is among just one per cent of business schools worldwide to have been accredited by the three largest and most influential business school accreditation associations:

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
Association of MBAs
European Quality Improvement System
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business