Dec. 10 (Bloomberg) -- It all comes down to a nanosecond. How are traders and exchanges reducing latency, and guarding against system disruption? What strategies are being implemented around colocation and proximity hosting? How are traders viewing risks around flash crashes, rogue algorithms, and software glitches? How are companies implementing disaster plans post Sandy? Where are the opportunities for latency arbitrage? What is the outlook for trading volumes around high frequency trading and dark pools? How is the LSE protecting itself against? What plans are in place to maintain the continuity of trading in the event of a disruption?
Robin Aveline, Head of Application Architecture Markets, RBS
Kevin Higgins, Head of Professional Services EMEA, TIBCO StreamBase
Ari Studnitzer, Managing Director, Platform Development, CME Group
Jason Kelly, Managing Editor, Bloomberg LINK