Professional Experience: Aug. 2007 Senior Executive Officer & CIO, Tokyo Stock Exchange Group, Inc. Jun. 2006 Managing Director & CIO, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc. Feb. 2006 Executive Officer & CIO, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc. Jun. 2005 President and CEO, NTT DATA FORCE CO., LTD. May 2004 Senior Vice President, Senior Executive Manager, Regional Banking Systems Sector May 2002 Senior Vice President, Deputy Senior Executive Manager, Financial Systems Sector Jun. 2001 Senior Vice President, Senior Executive Manager, Second Financial Systems Division, Financial Systems Sector Aug. 1998 Senior Executive Manager, Second Financial Systems Division, Financial Systems Sector, NTT DATA CORPORATION Jul. 1994 Senior Executive Manager, Second Financial Systems Division, Financial Systems Sector Jul. 1988 Senior Manager, Financial Systems Division, NTT DATA COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS CORPORATION Jan. 1988 Senior Manager, Financial Systems Division Apr. 1972 Entered Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Public Corporation Education: Bachelor of Engineering, Tokyo Denki University (March 1972)
Junko Nishioka, Head of Research & Strategy, Japan and Chief Economist is based in Tokyo. She is responsible for research and analysis of Japanese economy. Before joining RBS Securities Japan in July 2008, she worked at ABN AMRO Securities (2007-2008), Mitsubishi UFJ Securities (2006-2007) and Bank of Japan (2002-2006). Nishioka joined the Industrial Bank of Japan, currently Mizuho financial group, in April 2000, where she started working as Economist of domestic and international economies. Nishioka brings a wealth of personal and work related experiences that allow her to accurately assess market trends and help RBS clients to manage their investment strategies. She graduated from the Graduate School of Economics / Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University. She was ranked seventh in the Annual Nikkei Veritas Fixed Income Economist Ranking in March 2012.
Kyohei Morita is a Director and Chief Economist, Japan at Barclays Securities Japan Limited. Based in Tokyo, he is responsible for forecasting and analysis of the Japanese economy and monetary /fiscal policy. After starting his career as an economist at Nomura Research Institute (NRI) in 1994, Mr. Morita studied from 1998 to 2000 at Brown University, where he obtained his MA in Economics. From 2001, he worked for three years at NRI's office in the UK, providing information and analysis on the Japanese economy to European and Middle Eastern investors on more than 250 visits per year. Prior to joining Barclays in 2008, Mr. Morita spent four years at Nomura Securities Co., Ltd., where he served as a Senior Economist examining structural issues in the japanese economy. During this period, he developed a macro-econometric model containing more than 220 formulae and co-authored "Asset Formation in an Era of Population Decline" (Toyo Keizai). Drawing on his broad work experience in London and Tokyo, Mr. Morita incorporates a global perspective in his analysis. In the 2012 Nikkei Economist Ranking, he was ranked #4 in fixed income and #7 in equity. Mr. Morita was nominated as a member of the Research Panel on t he Medium- to Long-Term Outlook for Fiscal Consolidation for the 2010 Upper House Budget Committee. He holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from Kyushu University and a master's degree in Economics from Brown University.
Joined Resona Bank in 1999. In charge of the trading in equities, bonds, foreign exchange and money market in Asset Management Div. Started the career as a buy side trader at Daiwa Asset Management in 1998. Joined Barclays as a new graduate in 1988. Traded Euro dollar warrants and Nikkei 225 future & options as the proprietary trader and traded Japanese equities as the proprietary and execution trader. Master of Economics. Chartered Member of the Security Analysts Association of Japan
Eric Elvambuena has been with Eagle Seven Trading since 2006. He oversees research and development of all strategies traded by the firm
Tomoyoshi Uranishi is Managing Director, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc. in charge of CSR, Company Communication and international affairs. He was Managing Director of TSE, Inc., where he was in charge of information service business until June 2011. Before he joined TSE in 2003, He had been working in the Ministry of Finance and Financial Services Agency for 29 years. He was deputy director general for Customs Bureau of MOF and deputy director general for Supervisory Bureau of FSA. He graduated from Tokyo University in 1974 and was a visiting fellow for Woodrow Wilson School of the Princeton University in 1992-1993.
Shiva Kumar is Joint Chief Technology Officer of SBI Japannext, one of the leading Proprietary Trading Systems (PTS) in Japan, where he is responsible for various technology initiatives along with business development efforts. Joined SBI Japannext in 2008 and involved in setting up exchange systems. Prior to joining SBI Japannext, he has worked in many countries and held various key Management and Technology positions and travelled extensively across the globe for more than 15+ years on business and for major projects delivery. As a technology visionary, he founded profitable start-up venture in Atlanta USA. Shiva holds Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Electronics from Bangalore University India. He also has extensive academic training in computer science courses and various professional training courses.
Henry Young is founder and CEO of TS-Associates, a firm that specialises in monitoring and analysis of networks, financial middleware products and electronic trading systems. With the TipOff network monitoring appliance and the Application Tap software instrumentation card, TS-Associates provides a complete range of precision instrumentation solutions capable of providing nanometric transparency into the latency dynamics of trading systems. Prior to setting up TS-Associates in 1999, Henry worked as an independent consultant with investment banks and exchanges across Europe, USA and more recently Asia, specialising in high performance front office and electronic trading technologies. Henry holds an MSc in Computing from Imperial College and a BSc in Physics & Electronics from Edinburgh University.
Hiroyuki YAMAOKA General Manager & Head of Trading Department Professional Career : At Nippon Kangyo Kakumaruu Securities 1987.4 Joined Nippon Kangyo Kakumaru Securities 1993.2 Senior Manager, Investment Operations Department 1995.10 Senior Manager, Equity Market Group 1996.5 Senior Manager, Osaka Branch/ Publicly-Traded Group 1997.6 Senior Manager, Dealing Office 1999.1 Deputy General Manager, Equity Department/ Equity Dealing Group At Nissay Asset Management Corporation 2000.1 Joined Nissay Asset Management Corporation/ Senior Manager, Investment Operations Department, Trading Office 2000.3 Senior Trader, Department of Trading, Trading Office 2001.3 Deputy General Manager & Head of Trading Department, Investment Trust Trading Office 2004.3 Deputy General Manager & Head of Trading Department 2007.3 General Manager & Head of Trading Department (current)
CIO for Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking in Japan since 2011. Started his career at Accenture. After he moved to investment banking, he has managed Fixed Income electronic trading platforms and Equity execution systems for US and European investment banks.
"若林 哲也 インベスコ投信投資顧問株式会社 トレーディング部長 1989年株式会社住友銀行に入行し六本木支店融資外国課及び取引先課に勤務。1991年住銀投資顧問株式会社（現 大和住銀投信投資顧問株式会社）に出向し日本株式運用及び先物・オプション運用を担当。また、テクニカル分析担当及び先物・オプションのタイミング・モデルの開発に携わる。1998年より日本株式のトレーディングを担当。2000年12月、モルガン・スタンレー・アセット・マネジメント投信株式会社にトレーダーとして入社。2004年1月、トレーディング部長に就任。同社からインベスコへの事業譲渡に伴い、2010年7月にインベスコ投信投資顧問株式会社に入社。日本テクニカルアナリスト協会検定アナリスト、上智大学 理工学部卒業 "
Yusuke Sakai is the head of trading department in T&D Asset Management from 2008. He adopted new order management system in 2010, and proactively has utilized PTS and darkpool for electronic trading. Yusuke Sakai was a fund manager of Japanese equity in a Japanese life insurance company. Then, He joined Fuji Security (currently, Mizuho Security) in 2000 and worked as a Japanese equity trader. After the merger, he became the head of cash trading team since 2002. He also served as a facilitation liaison in Mizuho International. In 2005, he became a head of Sales Trading Department. He launched electronic trading team in 2006 and was in charge of Enhanced Equity Trading Department.
Masayuki Ishihara joined Nikko International Capital Management (now Nikko Asset Management) in 1998 from Nikko Securities (now SMBC Nikko Securities). His previous posts include fixed income fund manager, Head of the Fixed Income Fund Management Department, and CIO at one of Nikko Asset Management?s subsidiaries in New York. Throughout his career, he has specialized in the investment management business. Currently, as Head of Passive Management, Ishihara oversees passive fund management, sub-advised fund management, and investment support and planning operations. He served as a member of the Asian Bond Market Study Committee, an initiative of the Japanese Ministry of Finance, as well as a part-time lecturer for the Department of Economics at Musashi University. He is a chartered member of the Securities Analysts Association of Japan and qualified as a Certified Financial Analyst in the United States. Ishihara earned his BSc from the Department of Science and Engineering at Waseda University and his MBA from Boston University School of Management.
Prior to joining ASTMAX in 2007, Mr. Emori worked for Sumitomo Corporation Tokyo and London as well as Metallgesellshaft Ltd.(London) and Mitsui Bussan Futures Ltd. He has extensive knowledge in futures, options and physical trading of commodities markets such as metals, energies, grains and softs. During his time at Mitsui, he became the very first Commodity strategist in Japan providing commodity investment strategies to both individual and institutional investors. He is an author of LME Nyu-mon(ABC of LME) and Katsu-toushi- Kashikoi Toushika-wa Komoditi-wo Shitteiru(Wining Investments - a smart investor knows commodity markets) just to name a few. At ASTMAX, he is a Chief Fund Manager of the Investment Management Division. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Commerce at Keio University.
Joined Daiwa Securities in 1987, where he was mainly responsible for Sales trading of foreign equities for Japanese institutions at Tokyo and Hong Kong offices, and assumed General Manager at Equity department. Joined Daiwa SB Investments in 2002 as Managing Director of UK subsidiary office and assumed present post in 2006. Prior to joining Daiwa Group, he was Sales manager of export division of Japanese manufacturers both at Japan and overseas bases. Bachelor of Commerce from Doshisha University.
Into my seventh year with Eastspring Investments (Singapore) trading in Asia Pac markets. Main markets under my cover are Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Singapore. Started career on sell side with more than 10 years experience trading South East Asian markets before switching lanes. Previous employers include local outfit CIMB-GK and Soc-Gen Securities.
Philippe Bredel has fifteen years of experience in Technology for the Finance Industry and has been in Japan since 1997. Before joining CLSA, Philippe spent nine years at UBS Investment Bank where he was looking after Fixed Income Applications in the Asia-Pacific Region. In his current role, Philippe has direct responsibility for CLSA Japanese Equities Brokerage and Equities Research Businesses.
Philippe Bredel holds a Master of Computer Science from the University of Marseille and Telecommunications Engineering Degrees from Telecom SudParis and the Eurecom Institute.
Directed the startup of a new trading firm infrastructure. Took over day-to-day management including staffing, training, purchasing, cost control, facilities, maintenance, vendor relations, and network infrastructure development. I was awarded partnership within the 9 months of service. Supervised permanent and contract personnel. Demonstrate effective coaching with team members and managers. Reported to the CTO and CEO directly. Implement and manage the enterprise?s LAN, WAN and VPN network environments achieving top performance of the network and its infrastructure components (Cisco router, Catalyst switches and PIX firewalls). Coordinate the relocation of Allston core network infrastructure. This included the design of new network and the coordination, installation and configuration of all network devices and dedicated private connections. Procure and maintain various point-to-points dedicated leased lines between all locations and to all major ECNs (CME, Nasdaq, NYSE, etc.). Links speeds include T1, DS3, OC3, Frame Relay, dark and managed fiber. Maintain utilization, response time, service level reports and diagrams. Manage all servers (Linux, UNIX, Windows, etc.) and all trade workstations Perform network statistics analysis using different monitoring software and troubleshoot performance issues.
Mr. Ishii is Millburn's Country Head for Japan. He joined Millburn from Wellington International Management, Japan, where he was employed from 2006 to 2011. At Wellington, Mr. Ishii was a senior member of Wellington?s Business Management Committee and chaired the firm?s Investment Management Committee. His prior experience also includes his role as Managing Director and Japan Country Head for GAM from 2004 to 2006. Prior to this Mr. Ishii was employed by Merrill Lynch Investment Managers, Japan, from 2000 to 2004, where he was the Deputy Head of Institutional Business. Prior to this, he was employed by Sakura Bank, Japan, from 1994 to 2000, where he was the Deputy CIO and Head of Global Portfolio Managers. Mr. Ishii obtained his bachelor?s degree in Economics from Keio University in Japan in 1980. He received an M.B.A. from Stanford University in 1986. Mr. Ishii holds the designation of Chartered Member of the Security Analysts Association of Japan (CMA). At Millburn, Mr. Ishii is focused on continuing to build Millburn?s reputation in Japan and on developing strong relationships with key partners and clients.
Millburn has a legacy of leadership and innovation trading liquid foreign exchange and futures (including commodity futures) markets that dates back to 1971. Millburn?s mission is to provide its investors with positive absolute returns and controlled risk through all types of market cycles and events. Its approach to money management emphasizes disciplined, systematic approaches and rigorous risk management. Collectively, Millburn and its affiliated entities have more than 70 employees located in offices in Greenwich, New York, Chicago, London and Tokyo.
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1965年東京生まれ。慶応義塾大学法学部法律学科卒。米大手航空会社を経て、ノースウエスタン大学ケロッグ経営大学院へMBA留学。2000年ゴールドマン・サックス証券東京支店入社。プライベート・ウェルス・マネジメント部門にて資産家ファミリーを対象とした資産運用業務、ビジネスマネジメントに携わる。 2002年ゴールドマン・サックス・アセットマネジメント株式会社に移籍。プライベート・ウェルス・マネジメント部門における投資顧問プログラムを担当。 2003年ソシエテジェネラル信託銀行入行。同行で信託を通じたプライベートバンキング業務に従事。資産運用・投資調査・外国為替・融資業務を推進。
Wayne brings some 20 years of industry experience in distributed systems, delivering solutions to solve both complex and pressing client needs.
His experiences range from Operations to Development, Management to Engineering; most recently providing he delivers IT Service Management and Delivery of Market Data for Asia.
His insight into infrastructure and high performance / low latency design is tempered from tenure with Top Tier financial institutions such as Salomon Brothers, Fidelity, Morgan Stanley and Nomura.
Started my career in Reuters Mexico in 1995 as an installations, field support and open systems manager in charge of technical operations for the country. Transferred to Reuters NY in 1999 where I worked until 2002 as a senior systems engineer in charge of Reuters and Tibco product integration. From 2002 to 2007 I worked for Barclays Capital in NY as a regional Market Data Technical Services manager in charge of all Market Data infrastructure and distribution platforms. In 2007 and until 2008 I joined STAC research, a performance benchmarking company that specializes in low latency benchmarking for capital markets workloads as a Managing Consultant. From 2008 to now I have been working as a Market Data Manager in Deutsche Bank Japan and Regional Head of Market Data Engineering; designing, implementing and supporting Market Data infrastructure as well as Market Data commercial management.
Neil Katkov is Senior Vice President, Asia, for Celent, a global provider of strategic business and IT research and consulting for the financial industry. His areas of expertise include the Asian financial services industry, capital markets structure and electronic trading, and compliance issues including anti-money laundering and business continuity planning. Dr. Katkov is widely quoted in the press, appears frequently on business television, and is a popular speaker at conferences in North America, Asia, and Europe. Before joining Celent, Dr. Katkov was responsible for corporate communications for Tokyo-based Softbank. Previously, Dr. Katkov worked in the equity research department of Salomon Brothers Asia Limited.
Ms. Mochizuki started her working career when she joined Smith New Court Japan in 1987. Then in 1992 she took a position at BZW Tokyo as an equities trader. She first started her investment career in 1992 after joining Clay Finlay Japan where she was responsible for trading as well as assisting in research. In 1996 Ms. Mochizuki completed her BA degree in Political Science from Keio University. In that same year she began her career with Schroder Investment Management Japan. At the time she specialized in Japanese equity trading and also trades of all other products for SIM. She became Head of Trading with Schroder in June of 2004 where she still remains today.
また、セレント入社前には、NEC Corporation of America（NECの米国現地法人、拠点所在地 ニューヨーク）の金融ソリューション事業部門の責任者として、主に日系金融機関向けのIT戦略コンサルティングやシステム構築を手がけていました。