TradeTech FX Asia

March 21-March 23, 2017

Hilton Singapore

Contact Us: 65 6722 9455

Jason Chin

Partner
Garlic Capital

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



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

09:30 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?