Posted by Cognito on Thu, Jun 23 2011

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Cognito’s Annual Summer Networking Event: Business Afterhours

Last week, Cognito threw its annual Summer Executive Networking Reception at the “Top of the Strand” rooftop of the Strand Hotel in New York City. More than 80 financial services executives, including Cognito’s clients and industry peers, gathered to enjoy cocktails, enlightening conversation, and the glowing lights of the Empire State Building. Amongst the crowd, we had representatives from the DTCC, Goldman Sachs, Intel, LCH Clearnet, and even the Belgian Trade Commissioner made an appearance.

Cognito Summer 2011

With many of our clients and peers attending the 2011 SIFMA Expo in New York, we took the opportunity to invite Felix Salmon, a provocative financial blogger for Reuters, to share a few words about the changing media landscape.

Photo of Cognito Summer 2011

Cognito was thrilled with the turnout and look forward to our next networking event. It’s always such a pleasure to see old friends and see new faces. The New York team hopes to see you next time!

Photo of Cognito Summer 2011

Photo of Cognito Summer 2011

Photo of Cognito Summer 2011

Photo of Cognito Summer 2011

Photo of Cognito Summer 2011

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