The main aim of this forum, JIBSIS, is to provide an international platform for academics, business professionals and government officials from Japan and abroad to come together to exchange ideas and come up with long term strategic approach to solve the economic-financial crisis and its impact on international business. JIBSIS will consist of workshops, networking sessions, exhibitions, keynote speeches, and panel discussions. Topics for discussion will range from the subprime mortgage crisis, the global economic sank into morass of downturn, and growth in emerging markets such as BRICS is slowing down. With effects of hedge funds, and the future of electronic trading in the current environment. Come hear leading experts give explanations of the change in securities industry, bank and investment field of Japanese and Asian Market and the future prospects of financial reform.
Keynote Speech I: Future Developments of Financial and Capital Markets System in Japan (Tentative)
Naoya Aoto, Director, Office on Financial Instruments and Exchange Law, Financial Markets Division, Planning and Coordination Bureau, Financial Services Agency
Keynote Speech II: Launch of the TSE arrowhead and the Future Prospects of the Japan Market
Hironaga Miyama, Senior Executive Officer, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc.
|Workshops: Session A||Workshops: Session B|
Efficient Information Assimilation, Presentation and Analysis for Effective Risk Management for FIs
Nitesh Banga, Senior Engagement Manager
All financial institutions are increasingly being faced with the challenge of coming up
This session attempts to address the above challenges by advocating a comprehensive
Practical Approach for Building Financial Systems with Cloud Computing Technology
Toshiyuki Matsushima, President
Over last three years, we have seen the phenomenal proliferation of cloud computing, which is changing how we develop, deliver and operate enterprise systems. Although the cloud technology is about to release applications from physical constraints, and let them exist floating in cyberspace, the methods and the practices that ensure the demanding SLA for financial systems are yet to be established.
ZLT - 29Westfs Zero Latency Tour (The Race to Zero) - A Panel Discussion & Pragmatic Case Studies for Trading Infrastructure Technology Planning
29West ZLT (Zero Latency Tour) comes to Tokyo after well-acclaimed sessions in London, New York and Chicago. The first ZLT in Asia!
A2 ZLT: Presentation
Maximizing ROI with the Latest in Technology Trends:
IFRS Adoption and Considerations of Financial Institutions Based on Overseas Projects
Keizo Ishitani, Director
IBM supports a great variety of areas in customer projects, such as business management, operational restructuring and system adjustment to adopt IFRS.
A3 ZLT: Panel Discussion
Global Trends in Trading Infrastructure Technology
29West will bring industry experts and a distinguished panel together to discuss global trends in trading technology to include SOR, Algorithmic Trading Systems, Crossing Engines, Electronic Exchange Venues and Market Data Distribution Platforms. The panel will discuss how technology is changing the way trading is conducted, the benefits, the challenges and the impact in Japan.
Enabling Agility through Cloud Architectures
Amir Halfon Chief Technologist
Cloud Computing has become one of the most important concepts in IT. It holds the potential of transforming the way IT services are being delivered by facilitating new levels of agility and automation that are impossible to achieve in the traditional data center.
Importance of Middleware Solution toward High-Speed Processing.
As Japanese Stock Exchanges are having a significant increase in speed of transaction processing like the ones in the United States, Europe and other countries, the gap of earning capacity is widening depend on the effort to respond to the demand of high-speed processing such as algorithmic trading.
Building the Infrastructure for Transactions and Algorithmic Trading in a World Too Fast for Humans
HFT(High Frequency Trading) and Alternative Execution Venues in Japan
Future Ready- Beyond the OMS/OEMS: the Integrated Investment Management System
Victor Battista, Relationship Manager
Japanese asset managers have traditionally used multiple front and middle-office systems. In the recent past, some of the leading firms have transitioned to order and execution managements systems (OEMS), however often putting in place different platforms for each asset class. The new frontier for the industry is the completely integrated investment management system that automates all investment management processes across asset classes and currencies on a single, consolidated platform.
Royal Park Hotel
2-1-1 Nihonbashi Kakigara-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-8520 JAPAN
Pre-registration has been closed.
If you wish to attend the forum, please come to the Onsite Registration Desk at the venue.
Please note that some sessions are fully booked.
||¥16,000 per person|
||¥31,500 per person|
|*Above fees include Conference Documentation,Lunch Buffet and Coffee Break.|
||¥8,500 including postage|
|*Above fees do not include tax. Consumption tax (5%) will be added.|
An invoice will be sent to the mailing address registered. Payment must be settled within 10 days after the invoice arrives via bank transfer to the designated account.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If the registrant is unable to attend, it is possible to have somebody attend in his/her place. Upon cancellation, the following refund policy applies.
- Written notification of cancellation is received by February 3rd : Conference fee minus 10% handling charge will be refunded.
- Cancellation requested from February 4th onwards : No refund can be made. A documentation pack will be sent after the event.
All refunds will be granted after the event.
Please be informed that the conference program, speakers, venue, date may be changed or cancelled due to situations beyond the organizer's control.
G-MAC Division, Sales Department 3, ICS Convention Design, Inc.
Chiyoda Bldg., 1-5-18 Sarugaku-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-8449 JAPAN
TEL: 81-(0)3-3219-3561@FAX: 81-(0)3-3219-3628
*Above date, venue, themes and agenda are subject to change.
*Lunch buffet will be served.
*Japanese / English simultaneous Interpretation will be povided.