• Linedata Exchange

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    What is Linedata Exchange?  

    Linedata Exchange Linedata Exchange is back with an all new networking program and location for you in 2015.  Our leading complimentary industry event delivers the insights that you need to get more from your solutions and differentiate yourself from  your competition.

    Why should I attend?  

    Linedata Exchange is designed to facilitate peer-to-peer exchange and networking. Linedata Exchange is designed to help build your future. With a number of industry-specific programs for industry professionals, the focus is on what matters most to you - today and tomorrow. For our clients, the first day offers a morning of Linedata experts discussing product strategy, updates and roadmaps. This is followed by an afternoon of robust industry panels featuring  insights from industry experts. A second day is designed exclusively for current Linedata clients.

    What to Expect

    This gathering of industry experts, from institutional heads of trading to start-up hedge fund managers and leading executives from lending and leasing, creates a forum that informs, challenges and offers some of the most unique industry insight and networking opportunities today. This event is complimentary for all current Linedata clients and qualified buy side professionals.

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  • Directions

    Event venue address

    222 Mason Street CA 94102 San Francisco United States of America

    Directions:

    This understated Asian-inspired hotel is a 5-minute walk from Union Square and a 4-minute walk from the metro Powell Station/Downtown
     

  • 2015 Keynote Randall Lane

    Randall Lane is the editor of Forbes Magazine, and believes strongly that entrepreneurial capitalism and market-based thinking can solve the world's problems. This is his second stint at Forbes -- between 1991 and 1997, he was a reporter, a staff writer (five cover stories), associate editor and Washington bureau chief. In between, he caught the start-up bug: he co-founded P.O.V. Magazine (Adweek's Startup of the Year), and then launched Doubledown Media (Trader Monthly, Dealmaker, Private Air, etc.). As a fattening hobby, he has reviewed restaurants for various magazines since college (and was a National Magazine Award finalist for my wine writing). He used to think chronicling the world's greatest business minds made me a great entrepreneur, but he now realizes his time as an entrepreneur made him an acute business journalist.

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