October 7, 2020
Streamlining FX workflows with FX Connect® and Charles River
Join Charles River's Explore & Learn webinar series. Discover new ways to leverage the Charles River Investment Management Solution as our product experts discuss and demonstrate the latest product capabilities.
FX Connect’s James Norcott and Charles River's Jay Hinton will continue our Explore & Learn webinar series with a look at how the integration between FX Connect and Charles River helps streamline workflows across the trade lifecycle, from automated order routing to netting and transaction cost analysis through to post-trade.
James and Jay will discuss how we’re delivering on the promise of State Street AlphaSM in the FX space by providing investment firms with opportunities to realize greater efficiencies and gain faster insights into critical trading information.
- Leveraging automated order routing for smarter trading
- Automating netting workflows
- Improving trade flexibility and control with “partials”
- Evidencing execution quality and TCA with BestX®
The webinar is a 35-minute presentation and discussion followed by Q&A.
Director, Product Management, Equities & FX Trading
Jay covers Equity Trading, and is responsible for multi-asset core order management, equity trading, EMS, exchange traded derivatives, FX trading, and cash management workflows within the Charles River IMS. Prior to joining Charles River, Jay held leadership positions for financial services firms and technology vendors in product, integrations, client support, and trading roles. Jay holds an MBA in Strategy and Finance from the Drucker School at Claremont Graduate University.
Managing Director for FX Connect
James is a Managing Director, Global Head of Sales for FX Connect, State Street’s multi-bank FX trading platform. James joined State Street in 2007 in the professional development program (PDP) and started on the FX Connect support team in 2008. He made the transition to the sales team in 2010 and has been in his current role since 2017. James graduated from the University of Rhode Island, where he played 4 years of varsity baseball, with a B.A. in Marketing.