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Risk management in trading is now more important than ever, but we can't let that strangle the front office. Though managing risk is about preventing loss, it is also about making money. It is about knowing, across traders, desks, and asset classes, what the entire firm exposure is, at any point in time... and being able to do something about it, automatically, in real time. With the confidence to sense and respond immediately, it is about allowing trading to go fast.
Apama is hosting a Webinar on Real-Time Risk
Management. You can see the details and register for free by clicking here.
It will take place on Wednesday, May 27th, at 10am EDT / 3pm BST, and will feature speakers from Buy Side Technology, the Tabb Group, Thomas Weisel Partners - and our very own Dr. John Bates, Founder and General Manager of Apama.
Come join us on-line, you will be able to participate in a Q&A session at the end. If you miss it, you can view the replay later on the same site.
Remember the old saying in racing: Never drive faster than your guardian angel can fly. Do you want to slow down to the speed of your angel? You want your angel to speed up. You want to win the race, and take the winning prize. That's how to win in trading.
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