FinanceFeeds New York Cup to welcome America’s senior industry executives on Thursday, March 30

The FinanceFeeds New York Cup, where institutional and retail giants meet the entrepreneurs and FinTech leaders of America, will welcome senior industry leaders in an exclusive and prestigious environment in Downtown Manhattan this Thursday evening

When: Thursday, March 30, 2017.
Where: The Gallery, Tribeca Grill, 375 Greenwich Stret, New York City, United States
Time: 6pm

The FinanceFeeds Cup series of networking events will once again make its way to a top quality, exclusive private venue in Downtown Manhattan, New York City on March 30 this year, where FX industry leaders of the giants of North America’s vast electronic trading business will meet with the avantgarde entrepreneurs whose services continue to evolve the structure of the financial sector in the world’s second largest financial center.

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North America’s retail FX giants, along with institutional technology providers, OTC derivatives enterprises and listed venues, signal providers, marketing experts, management consultants and prime brokerages will meet with NFA regulated introducing brokers, as well as other vital strategic partners which are instrumental in furthering the quality and reach of the business.

America’s FX industry is a relationship business through and through, and this exclusive event is a must for all executives in the industry.

The event, which is the second New York Cup to have taken place and the eighth in the FinanceFeeds Cup series of exclusive networking events, will be hosted by FinanceFeeds CEO Andrew Saks-McLeod, and a selection of gourmet hors d’oeuvres and specialist wines and craft beer will be served as per the previous events.

North America is a refined and finely honed center for electronic trading, its entire ecosystem, right the way from Wall Street’s interbank giants, through to proprietary trading entities, large scale ECP and futures dealers,  right the way to highly organized introducing brokers with cast in stone relationships with Wall Street’s finest, backed by National Futures Association oversight, which is widely recognized to be the most detail orientated and stringent in the world.

London may well be the banking and interbank electronic trading capital of the world, but North America’s main financial centers of New York and Chicago have long been the investment banking powerhouses that specialize in hedge fund investment, proprietary trading and exchange listed futures via the giant listed derivatives exchanges.

Sponsored by Forest Park FX, one of North America’s only NFA regulated introducing brokers with a loyal domestic customer base consisting of high net worth individuals, the event will engage senior executives from North America’s sophisticated financial centers and R&D hotspots, across all sectors of the industry from technology providers to prime of prime brokerages, and from charting and analytics firms to specialist marketing professionals, in order that critical networking can take place in order to drive the industry forward.

FinanceFeeds looks forward to hosting you on Thursday at the FinanceFeeds New York Cup. See you there!

 

 

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