Tech, Big Data, and the Capital Markets – Mike Beller, Thesys Technologies

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Spencer Doar

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“I met some people working on financial technology. They were really cool and interesting people solving hard problems and I wanted to join them. That was how I made my career decision.”

In this video from MarketsWiki Education’s World of Opportunity event in New York, Mike Beller, CEO of Thesys Technologies, talks about the electronification of markets and the explosion of trading venues it created. Beller says managing the mass amounts of data generated by this phenomenon is the industry’s biggest challenge.

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