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Delta Capita Asia Roadshow: 10th-20th Sept 2018

Delta Capita will be in Hong Kong & Singapore on 10th-20th September 2018 on our Asia Roadshow for:
#MLModelInterpretation, #ContagionRisk, #ModelWorkflowAutomation, #NLP on apps and large data sets.

  • Discover why Delta Capita is the #1 fastest growing financial consultancy firm in Europe.
  • See how our cutting edge solutions solve your Risk, Regulatory and Machine Learning/AI challenges.

Click here to learn more & contact us to reserve a space.

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Understanding machine learning models

Every day we generate 2.5 quintillion bytes of new data and it is accelerating. Approximately 90% of the total data we have today has been generated in the last two years. Harnessing the power hiding in this ocean of data has become an absolute strategic imperative for all businesses and governments.

In his recent article, Ricardo Cruz (Senior Consultant at Delta Capita) explains why machine learning is very much at the centre of this revolution, and how the last few years has seen an explosion of research and promising practical applications across a very broad spectrum of problems and industries… and Financial services are no exception.

Click here to read the full article.

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Women in Technology: DC Consultant Interview

Women In Tech, a website dedicated to women already in or looking to join the tech sector, have interviewed Khrystyna Andronova, a Front Office Technology Consultant at Delta Capita, on her personal experience and thoughts on women in technology.

The questions include whether there are barriers to women getting into technology, and how we can encourage more women to start a career in the tech sector.

Click here to read the full article.

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Does the CBOE merger go against the spirit of MiFID?

From expanding into more asset classes, to offering new ETFs, currencies and cash stocks trading, there is no question the US$3.2bn acquisition of BATs provides CBOE with a truly global multi asset one-stop shop.

CBOE will benefit from new revenue streams from the fastest growing markets. Recent estimates also suggest that by using BATS technology, CBOE will make annual cost savings in the region of US$65m. Everything is certainly rosy in the CBOE garden.

But given the fact that many initial post-crisis regulations aimed to increase exchange competition as opposed to reducing it, what knock-on effect will a deal of this magnitude have on European market structure?

Sylvia Smit, Head of Equity Markets Delivery at Delta Capita, explains that to answer this question, it is worth looking back before fully assessing what could lie ahead.

Click here to read the full article.