Last week at JAX Finance my talk on titled, Algorithmic Architecture: Performant architectures in the evolving regulatory landscape was well received.
I'm sharing the slides here for those who were not able to make it to the talk and wondered what all the fuss was about!
The talk is broken into three parts:
The talk starts by introducing the regulatory landscape that impacts systems development in the capital markets today, or indeed any highly regulated environment. It then goes on to present concepts and ideas that you can use to make sense of the constraints that are faced in such a setting. Lastly it introduces techniques that can be adopted to help address the issues and problems outlined earlier in the talk.
The emphasis is very much captured by the subtitle of the talk, "Performant Architecture in the Evolving Regualtory Landscape" and aims to offer you constructive advice on how to achieve that.
You can download a copy of the slides as a PDF from the link below: