Thursday 6th March 2014, America Square Conference Centre, London.
This premier gathering of data management professionals will focus on the trends and challenges surrounding strategy, innovation and technology for data management. Opening with a keynote at 9am, followed by a series of panels on key industry topics, including data management for enterprise and risk analytics at 2pm, the summit concludes with a networking reception sponsored by Xenomorph at 5.30pm.
January 15th 2013, Harmonie Club, 4 East 60th St, New York, NY
Big Data has been the phrase of the year for technology journalists, but what actually is "Big Data"? Where did these technologies originate and how might they change financial industry risk management for the better?
As part of PRMIA's Big Data event Xenomorph CEO Brian Sentance hosted a panel discussion on the potential impact of Big Data on risk management and the finance industry in general.
December 5th 2012, Classic Car Club, 250 Hudson Street, New York
We were delighted to host our holiday party at the Classic Car Club in New York. While enjoying champagne, canapés, music and an incredible fashion show organized by Hillary Flowers, leading industry experts explored the role of data management as part of the overall risk management puzzle.
Wilmott Forum Event Hosted by Xenomorph and Numerix
New York, 31 May 2012
The credit crisis of 2007 brought the usage of LIBOR and LIBOR swap rates for discounting purposes into acute focus, as LIBOR spreads to US Treasury rates dramatically increased from the then typical levels of around 50bp to a peak of 450bp in October 2007. This has led to many practitioners to now use Overnight Indexed Swap (OIS) rates as a proxy for risk-free rates in derivatives valuation.
This event discussed the use of OIS discounting and curve management in general, from the point of view of the practitioner, the financial engineer and the systems implementer.
During the recent Future City Data event in New York, Brian Sentance, CEO Xenomorph, joined a panel of industry representatives who shared their views on current and future data issues.