On January 25th, 2018, Trading Central hosted it's Executive Roundtable at the South Place Hotel. This event brought together twenty senior executives of UK and Europe's leading online brokerages to learn and share their experiences, in the spirit of moving the industry forward together. Those in attendance had the pleasure of listening to three keynotes, all commenting on the various global trends driving change for the industry.
Welcome & Global Trends in UX
Kathryn St. John, Senior Director of User Experience at Trading Central
Financial Crime - Meeting Regulatory Expectations
Gavin Proudley, Global Director of Due Diligence at Dow Jones
Lunch & Networking
Trends in Web Technology
Bethany Baer, Chief Technology Officer, Markit Digital
Alain Pellier, CEO of Trading Central
Meet the Speakers
Chief Technology Officer, Markit Digital
Bethany has 20 years of experience in technology management with the majority spent in an executive leadership role. She uses her passion for the digital experience to unlock technology that will fundamentally change the user experience when assessing and optimizing financial health.
Kathryn St. John
Senior Director of UX, Trading Central
Kathryn's team is transforming TC's awarded product suite to deliver modern, engaging experiences. With in-depth knowledge of software development, quant analytics and trading user experience, Kathryn helps online brokers envision how to deliver actionable insights to their customers in the moments that matter.
Global Director of Due Diligence, Dow Jones
Gavin has been helping clients manage financial crime, corruption and reputational risk for over 10 years. He has delivered enhanced due diligence services to clients across a wide range of jurisdictions and sectors, including financial services, oil and gas, life sciences and manufacturing.
Hosted annually by Recognia and TRADING CENTRAL, the Retail Broker Summit brings together the leaders and experts of the retail
online brokerage space to share their experiences and discuss what's happening in the industry today.