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On-Demand Webcast | FRONT OFFICE TECHNOLOGY TRENDS: NAVIGATING THE NEW NORMAL

Future-proof your trading operations with the right technology

Join FactSet’s Head of Sales and Client Service, Adam Steinhaus, for an exclusive chat with Campbell’s Global Head of Trading, John Radle, where they will discuss technology trends in the institutional asset management space and how these trends have changed given the new normal post-COVID-19 and what firms should be looking at to future-proof their trading operations.

SPEAKERS:
Adam Steinhaus, Global Head of Sales & Client Services, FactSet
John Radle, Global Head of Trading, Campbell & Company

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ADAM STEINHAUS

Global Head of Sales & Client Services - Front Office Solutions Business

FactSet

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JOHN RADLE

Global Head of Trading

Campbell & Company

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ADAM STEINHAUS

Global Head of Sales & Client Services - Front Office Solutions Business | FactSet

Mr. Adam Steinhaus is the Global Head of Sales & Client Services for the Front Office Solutions business unit at FactSet. Prior, he spent six years on the buy-side with Och Ziff Capital Management and Cohen & Steers, and several years within the FinTech space. Mr. Steinhaus earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications & Sciences in the field of Rhetoric, Finance, English, and Philosophy from Pennsylvania State University (PSU).

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JOHN RADLE

Global Head of Trading | Campbell & Company

Mr. John Radle is the Global Head of Trading for Campbell & Company, a systematic multi-strat hedge fund based in Baltimore. In this role, he manages seven traders across three geographic regions: Asia, Europe, and North America. He is responsible for the global execution of cash equities, derivatives, foreign exchange including NDFs, Credit Default Swaps (CDS), Interest Rate Swaps (IRS), and London Metal Exchange (LME) markets using high-touch, direct-market-access, and algorithmic methods. He chairs the firm’s Best Execution Committee and has over 30 years of institutional trading experience splitting his time between both the buy-side and the sell-side.

Mr. Radle earned a BBA in Finance from Texas Christian University (TCU) in Fort Worth, TX, and an MBA in Management of Technology from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD.

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