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21 December 2004  |  4632 views  |  0 Finexpo_purple

Finextra has once again secured a top drawer line-up of speakers and exhibitors for its third annual City Technology Strategies show, Finexpo CTS, at Cabot Hall, Canary Wharf on Thursday 27 January, 2005.

With 29 speakers, 24 exhibitors and 336 delegates already registered for the one-day programme, Finexpo CTS 2005 is shaping up to be one of our most successful events ever.

Visitors to Finexpo have the opportunity to network with their peers, check out the latest products and technologies and hear presentations from top bankers, industry analysts, trade associations and vendors in three separate conference streams running throughout the day.

Speakers at this year's event include representatives from Baring Asset Management, Cazenove, Credit Suisse First Boston, HSBC and UBS, discussing a myriad of citical business issues, including compliance, reference data management, business continuity and service oriented architectures and grid computing.

Finextra will also be releasing its third annual Financial Technology Strategies research report at the show. For the report, Finextra canvasses the views of front, middle and back office staff at financial institutions worldwide.

Attendance at Finexpo is restricted to qualified business decision-makers and IT professionals from capital markets institutions and investment banks.

To find out more and to register for your free pass, visit the Finexpo Web site now: Finexpo 2005

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