Aite Group Hires FTF to Manage Chicago Trading Event

Financial Technologies Forum is pleased to announce that we have been selected by Aite Group to manage, produce and organize their Chicago event on May 10th at the Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park. Among some of our responsibilities, FTF will help Aite with event logistics, lead generation, sponsorship sales, management of the overall event, venue logistics and provide consulting on event best practices.

The title and theme for this year’s event is Trading 2011: Life in the Fast Lane, Changing Gears. The event starts at 2 p.m. and consists of a keynote presentation and two panel sessions moderated by Adam Honorè and Paul Zubulake, respectively. The event concludes at 6 p.m. and is followed by a one hour complimentary cocktail reception where event participants can network with peers. This event is free to buy-side participants and current Aite Group clients and costs $500 for all others.
Last year’s event was a great success with more than 200 attendees and we are expecting an even greater turnout this year. If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities, you can contact Sarah Hathaway, Conference Director at FTF at 646-395-6344. For more information on the Aite Group event or to register, please visit the event page.

About Maureen Lowe

President and Founder of Financial Technologies Forum, LLC. Editor-In-Chief of FTF News. Entrepreneur, Jersey Girl that recently returned to Jersey, Loves to Bake, Married to a Kiwi, First Time Mom
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