Boston (PRWEB) December 11, 2008
Eze Castle Integration, Inc., a leading provider of technology and IT services to hedge funds and investment firms, today announced it is offering a free, live webinar for hedge funds looking to reduce expenditures and increase efficiency through smart purchasing, optimized resource management and more efficient trading operations.
Eze Castle's Cost-Saving Strategies: Preparing Your Fund for the New Year and Beyond will occur on Wednesday, December 17, 2008, at 11:00 a.m. EST.
Executives from Thomson Reuters and BNY ConvergEx will join Eze Castle in an informative discussion on cost-saving strategies within the hedge fund industry. Eze Castle's webinar will provide firms with the tools and knowledge to prepare for 2009, including new technologies and execution strategies.
- Mark Kenney, director at Eze Castle Integration, will outline key areas where hedge funds can optimize their operations for cost-savings. He will lead the discussion surrounding strategies for contract evaluation, smarter purchasing and using new technologies such as virtualization.
- Joseph Cangemi, managing director at BNY ConvergEx, will discuss select best execution strategies and opportunities to achieve more efficient trading operations.
- Nicholas Webb, managing director at Thomson Reuters, will guide participants through actionable steps to reduce front-office costs around market data, including auditing system usage to avoid oversubscription and ensuring features/functionality match end-users responsibilities/needs.
About Eze Castle Integration
Eze Castle Integration (http://www.eci.com) is the leading provider of technology and IT services to the investment industry. The company's products and services include Startup and Relocation, Outsourced Technology Support, Professional Services, Telecommunications, Business Continuity Planning and Disaster Recovery, Archiving, Storage, and Internet Service. Eze Castle Integration is headquartered in Boston and has offices in Chicago, London, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco and Stamford (CT).