TradeTech FX Asia

21 - 23 March, 2017

Hilton Singapore

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 Jason Chin
Jason Chin Partner Garlic Capital

Jason is the founding partner at Garlic Capital Corporation, responsible for identifying and quantifying beta capture and alpha extraction opportunities among multi-asset classes. 

Prior to Garlic Capital, he has served as a quantitative trader at ARC Asset Management Pte Ltd, supervising the fund's trading operations with over 9 years of trading experience in exchange traded derivative products. His areas of interest and specialization include enterprise cloud computing, corporate strategic management, options pricing mechanisms and algorithmic trading. 

He has more than 13 years of business and project management experiences; as Chief Strategy Officer in a multinational logistics company, the CEO for a local start-up company providing e-commerce platform solutions and lead successful projects delivering solutions for the Singapore Prime Minister's Office, Civil Service College and the Ministry of Education. Jason holds a degree in Bachelor of Business Administration, majoring in Casino Management.



TradeTech FX Asia Day 2 – March 23rd 2017, Singapore

9:30 AM All Star Panel: What are the people, process and technology requirements for building a profitable FX business that responds to the new FX market order?

·        Achieving a fully compliant trading desk: What are the key regulation requirements and timelines you need to be prepared for now and in the future?

·        What strategies can you exploit to ensure you are tapping into the best liquidity pools at the right times?

·        Keeping up with the latest technology trends in e-FX trading: Which new technologies can truly add value for the buy side and where does the industry need to further innovate?

·        Identifying the evolving buy side trader skill set: How can your traders gain a more holistic view of the overall business i.e. taking into account collateral and risk exposure to ensure all trading decisions are based on overall business profitability?