The FinanceFeeds New York Cup – Thank you all for such a fantastic flagship event

FinanceFeeds hosted over 30 senior FX industry executives at the FinanceFeeds New York Cup networking event on December 1, welcoming North America’s electronic trading and fintech elite. Here is a look back at yesterday’s highly prestigious event where the professionals who lead this industry forward exclusively convened for the fourth FinanceFeeds Cup networking event in the annual series

In such an online, highly technologically advanced industry as ours, the ability for senior executives to socialize and meet with each other is paramount, and where better to do this than the epicenter the entire electronic trading and financial technology industry’s innovative and sophisticated establishment – New York.

On Thursday, December 1, over 30 executives from across all sectors of the United States FX and financial technology industry attended the fourth in a global series of FinanceFeeds networking events, “The New York Cup” at the upmarket and exclusive TriBeCa Grill in New York’s downtown Manhattan district of TriBeCa.

The extremely comprehensive electronic trading industry in North America, which is a domestic powerhouse that comprises the mainstay of the entire world’s electronic markets on an OTC and exchange listed basis has been for many years the pinnacle of leading edge business ethic and technological advancement that has led to the derivatives venues being world dominating, the market connectivity being absolutely leading edge, and the retail brokerage sector a commercial success with publicly listed comprehensive companies going from strength to strength.

North America’s major financial centers are home to the entire ecosystem including technology vendors producing specialist end to end systems for FX brokerages, institutional liquidity providers and prime brokerages, futures and listed derivatives exchanges, platform developers, trading system integration and liquidity bridge technology providers, large, publicly listed retail brokerages with offices across the globe, electronic communication networks (ECN), signal providers, branding experts and of course firms which have the most highly respected relationships with the tier 1 banks that distribute liquidity at the very top level.

The fourth in our global series, this was the first FinanceFeeds New York Cup networking event, which was enjoyed and represented by a cross section of senior industry executives from across all sectors, who were welcomed to the evening of top level networking by FinanceFeeds CEO Andrew Saks-McLeod, before the main stage was handed over to Justin Hertzberg, CEO of one of America’s most prominent introducing brokers, who addressed those who lead our entire business and are shaping the electronic trading industry of tomorrow.

FnanceFeeds would like to sincerely thank all those who made this event such an enjoyable addition to the annual calendar for executives in the industry, and very importantly all those who attended, enjoyed and struck up new relationships, as this is what it is all about.

Here are a few highlights:

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Luke Quinn (Cantor Exchange), Rod Drown (Cantor Exchange), Ilan Azbel (Autochartist), Bob Slade (Citigroup)

 

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Michael Turck (Tradeview Markets), James Azar (Karinza), Karin Zalcberg (Karinza), Bob Slade (Citigroup)

 

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Richard Pisara (RJ O’Brien), Dan Cook (NADEX)

 

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Matthew Miller (Shift Forex), Ian McAfee (Shift Forex), Peter Tatarnikov (The FInancial Commission), Luke Quinn (Cantor Exchange), Richard Pisara (RJ O’Brien), Rod Drown (Cantor Exchange), Bob Slade (Citigroup), Ilan Azbel (Autochartist)

 

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Glenn Stevens (GAIN Capital), William Klippel (GAIN Capital GTX Direct), Andrew Saks-McLeod (FinanceFeeds), Karin Zalcberg (Karinza)

 

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Andrew Ralich (oneZero), Stephen Leahy (Visual Trading Systems)

 

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Noam Stiekema (FinanceFeeds), Matthew Miller (Shift Forex), David Wachsman (Wachsman PR), Lauren Wachsman (Wachsman PR), Bob Slade (Citigroup), Meghan Merriman (Wachsman PR), Justin Hertzberg (Forest Park FX)

 

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Ilan Azbel (Autochartist), Luke Quinn (Cantor), Justin Hertzberg (Forest Park FX)

 

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Meghan Merriman (Wachsman PR), Noam Stiekema (FinanceFeeds)

 

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Richard Pisara (RJ O’Brien), David Wachsman (Wachsman PR), Stephen Leahy (Visual Trading Systems)
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Andrew Saks-McLeod (FinanceFeeds), Dan Cook (NADEX), Rod Drown (Cantor Exchange)
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Justin Hertzberg (Forest Park FX), Bob Slade (Citigroup), Andrew Ralich (oneZero), Richard Pisara (RJ O’Brien), Peter Tatarnikov (The Financial Commission), Ian McAfee (Shift Forex), Rod Drown (Cantor Exchange)

 

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Boris Schlossberg (BK Forex), Peter Tatarnikov (The Financial Commission), Dan Cook (NADEX), Glenn Stephens (GAIN Capital), William Klippel (GAIN Capital GTX Direct)

 

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Justin Hertzberg (Forest Park FX), Ilan Azbel (Autochartist), Peter Tatarnikov (The Financial Commission), William Klippel (GAIN Capital GTX Direct)

 

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Noam Stiekema (FinanceFeeds), Dan Cook (NADEX), Luke Quinn (Cantor Exchange), Rod Drown (Cantor Exchange), Bob Slade (Citigroup)

 

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Meghan Merriman (Wachsman PR), Karin Zalcberg (Karinza), Lauren Wachsman (Wachsman PR)

 

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Luke Quinn (Cantor Exchange) Rod Drown (Cantor Exchange)

 

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Yarden Fineman (Traders Education), Andrew Saks-McLeod (FinanceFeeds), Karin Zalcberg (Karinza), Peter Tatarnikov (The Financial Commission

 

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Peter Tatarnikov (The Financial Commission), Dan Cook (NADEX), Rod Drown (Cantor Exchange)

 

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Jesse Platz (Wachsman PR)

 

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Matthew Miller (Shift Forex), Andrew Ralich (oneZero), Stephen Leahy (Visual Trading Systems)

 

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In true New York style, a fine evening was enjoyed by all. The short rib hors d’oeuvres with truffle aioli were a particular favorite

 

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Fine dining, networking and an artistic Manhattan surrounding

 

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See you all next time!

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