InvestTech Systems Consulting, the leading Investment Technology and Investment Operations consulting firm for institutional investment managers, today announced that Jeremy Hurwitz, Principal and Founder, will present at the Financial Technologies Forum (FTF) Reference Data Seminar in New York on April 25th. Mr. Hurwitz will participate on an afternoon panel addressing the challenges of reference data management initiatives. He is a thought leader on developing strategic plans for investment data management, having lead many global asset managers through their development of strategic assessments and roadmaps to implement the future state. At the April 25th session, Mr. Hurwitz will discuss governance implementation and the importance of data quality automation.
With over 25 years of experience in the investment systems technology field serving global institutional investment organizations, Jeremy has extensive knowledge and expertise in investment systems reference data sourcing, management and integration. Mr. Hurwitz provides strategic data architecture and technology design services to the firm’s clients, including best practices for reference data solutions. He has assisted clients with the selection and implementation of data management platforms that best align a firm’s requirements with product solutions.
Mr. Hurwitz added, “We continue to see reference data as a critical component of solving data management issues. I'm looking forward to the FTF Reference Data Seminar and sharing insights and hands-on experience with the participants." Mr. Hurwitz's session will highlight the steps and activities that lead to a successful reference data management implementation and will address reference data best practices for investment managers.
FTF is a leading provider of executive-level events and training focused on trends and initiatives in securities trading and operations. The FTF Reference Data Seminar is taking place at Bayards in New York on April 25th. InvestTech clients interested in obtaining a discounted ticket to the FTF Reference Data Seminar should contact Christina Benoit at 781-545-6822 as soon as possible.