Date(s) - 26/04/2018
6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
JD Wetherspoon, The Ledger Building
6:30pm – Meet and greet,
7:30pm – featured activity
8:00pm – Guest speaker will be giving a talk.
You must register your attendance for this event www.ican260418.eventbrite.co.uk before you arrive or you may not be admitted.
You may also bring other African / Caribbean friends with you but they must register. There are a limited number of spaces, so register your attendance early to avoid disappointment. You do not need to print or bring your ticket with you.
An area has been reserved for iCAN and you will be able to purchase your own food and drinks at the bar.
Guest Speaker – An evening with Keith Levy
- Keith Levy is the head of Delta One Trading for EMEA. In this role he is responsible for trading and risk management across the full Delta One product suite (Single Stocks, ETFs, Index/Sector swaps, Custom Baskets and Index Arbitrage).
- With a focus on trading, risk management, balance sheet/capital optimization and trading technology for his group, Mr. Levy manages 45 billion USD of the firm’s balance sheet. His trading teams span London, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar including over 40 traders, trading assistants, support staff, and sales people.
Mr Levy is a member of the EMEA Prime Services Management Committee.
- Mr Levy serves on the Global Managing Director Promotion Committee, after chairing the EMEA Directors Promotion Committee for three years. He has twice sponsored and chaired the Credit Suisse Symposium on African Investment.
- He is also the chairperson for the Credit Suisse Steps to Success Program. This UK based program offers internships along with full university tuition scholarships to underrepresented ethnic minorities in banking. In 2016 and in 2017, Mr. Levy was recognized by his peers and the CFO of Credit Suisse Group for his leadership and contributions to the culture and principles of Credit Suisse.
- Mr Levy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from Harvard University, and dual Masters degrees in Physics and in Financial Engineering from the University of Michigan. He is a member of the International Institute of Financial Engineers.