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Capital Market Exchange to Discuss Innovation and Future Points of Disruption at Upcoming NextBank USA Conference

June 2, 2014

Boston, MA (PRWEB) June 02, 2014

On June 11th and 12th, entrepreneurs, banking executives, technologists and venture capitalists will meet and discuss the future of banking at the Next Bank USA Conference. Capital Market Exchange is pleased to announce that its President Sarah Biller will be among the presenters. The global Next Bank conference series is a leading platform for debate and discussion on the intersection of banking, design and technology. Industry professionals from Asia, Europe, South America and, now, the United States attend the Next Bank events to discover transformative ideas and actionable strategies from leaders in the banking, payments, security, big data and wearable technology sectors among others.

In addition to Capital Market Exchange, representatives from a diverse set of firms, including, Citi Ventures, Brown Brothers Hariman, Bain Capital, Yodlee and others, are part of the speaker line-up this year. For two days, conference attendees will learn how these organizations extract out and quantify opinions and attitudes from the massive streams of data available. Sarah Biller, President of Capital Market Exchange, commented, "Advances in technology combined with the staggering market penetration of big data, social media and smart phones point to a banking industry on the cusp of disruption. The next frontier for banks must combine each of these advances and drive a better customer experience. This is a blessing and curse as bank managers seek to adopt innovative solutions for their clients while adhering to increasingly rigorous compliance and regulatory mandates."

Headquartered in Boston, Capital Market Exchange's analytics aggregate and quantify market sentiment to help professional investors better understand emerging risk factors that may influence the value of securities under management. Capital Market Exchange's analysis of market perspective provides its clients a proprietary Sentiment Adjusted Spread and enables them to combine their proprietary research with Capital Market Exchange analytics. The firm's initial analytics cover the global corporate bond market. This previously unavailable clarity provides investment teams a current assessment of risks facing their bond investments in a fragmented and opaque global market. Capital Market Exchange Sentiment Adjusted Spreads are struck for over 10,000 dollar denominated investment grade corporate bonds and are also provide actionable trading signals for CDS investors. For more information please visit

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