Lowenstein partners William Brannan and Boris Liberman will be speaking during MFA Data, Technology and Digital Ops 2022. MFA Data, Technology & Digital Assets Ops will bring together Chief Technology Officers, Chief Data Officers, Chief Information Officers, Chief Information Security Officers, General Counsels, Chief Operating Officers, and Chief Compliance Officers and policymakers to provide clarity on the opportunities and challenges around developing and maintaining an optimal infrastructure for data, technology, and digital assets management, operations, and development. The major themes for the program will include:

  • Data and technology investment planning in a volatile market
  • Leveraging traditional and alternative data to generate
  • Contending with the Cloud
  • Cybersecurity and data privacy challenges and best practices
  • Cryptocurrency and digital assets compliance and operational issues


Panel: The Cryptocurrency & Digital Assets Tech Stack
Time: 1:45-2:25 p.m. ET

This panel will address various tech touch points including:

  • trading and managing crypto/digital assets in operations, custody, reporting, valuation, etc.




  • Chris Beels, Co-Chief Technology Officer, GoldenTree Asset Management
  • Jonathan Wang, Chief Technology Officer, VanEck


Panel: Developing and Navigating Shifts in Your Alternative Data Strategy to Generate Alpha
Time: 2:50-3:35 p.m. ET

This panel will address:

  • Scaling alt data opportunities
  • Data costs, spends, vendors - how are people handling it
  • How do you evaluate multiple products
  • What are some tools for data cataloging available for a self-reliant front office
  • Compliance and privacy - what are the pitfalls to look out for, what is the right balance between compliance and alpha
  • What are some of the new alternative data sets firms are using




  • Lancelot Comrie, Managing Director, Global Head of Systemic Advisory Sales, Morgan Stanley


Location: Apella, 450 East 29th Street 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10016

*Disclaimer: This event is open to the public but requires a registration fee.