James Wylie will share insights on how exchanges and banks can understand their clients’ experience with high fidelity data and analysis at this year’s MESF, where developments in regional capital markets and challenges faced by market participants dominate the agenda.
Corvil is excited to be participating in the Middle East Securities Forum 2016 at the Hilton Doha on the 15th of March. This year’s agenda focuses on recent regional developments in capital markets, efforts to improve market efficiency, and key challenges and opportunities for regional market participants.
James Wylie, our globe-trotting Director of Technical Product Marketing will be presenting lessons-learned from our projects with global banks and exchanges helping them to:
James’ session is entitled ‘How Can Technology Help Clients Turn Data Into Actionable Information?’ and will take place on 15 March at 14:40 local time. James will be available after his session for any questions you may have at the Corvil booth, number 4.