DataArt Hosts a Splendid Caviar Party for Financial Industry Partners

DataArt held its traditional caviar party in midtown Manhattan, bringing together the company's friends and clients from selected hedge funds, and financial technology partners.

DataArt parties have become famous for their hospitality and lavish catering, and last Thursday was no exception - executives from leading financial institutions munched on traditional Russian cooking, tried a selection of Russian vodkas and enjoyed stimulating conversations. Many potential deals and new ideas were discussed.

Michael Zaitsev welcomed Bob Goldbaum of FundRunner/SS&C, who was in town from San Francisco with his colleague Craig Friedman. Michael was in great demand, and shared many laughs with Christian Robertson of Global Asset Administration and Paul Kukuruza of Paloma Partners. He then joined Ioannis Pazarzis of Tribeca Global Management to enjoy the view of Central Park with friends Sol Zlotchenko and Alexander Kouperman of AIM. When not discussing high fashion with Leon Frenkel of Tirage Capital Management and Oleg Reznik of Tango Equity, Alexei Miller was busy entertaining Orest Kyzyk and Sam Mathias of JNK Securities.

DataArt was delighted to welcome one of outsourcing's best known names, Michael Corbett, along with Debi Hamill of the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP). Both enjoyed a number of lively conversations with new and old friends alike and were particularly enthusiastic about Eugene Goland's efforts with OOBP.org; expressing interest in future cooperation. Vica Vinogradova was impressed with Jack McGonagle of Iris Financial, who happens to be a major in the US Marine Corps Reserve. It was great to see that our old friends James Martin of Optima Fund, Judy Arteche-Carr of Unisys and Oliver Houck of the Outsourcing Institute also enjoyed themselves, brightly smiling for the photo opportunity.

Caviar parties have become a cherished tradition at DataArt, and we look forward to welcoming you in the future.

Alexei Miller (DataArt) with Orest Kyzyk (JNK Securities), Oleg Reznik (Tango Equity) and Sam Mathias (JNK) Michael Zaitsev (DataArt) with Sol Zlotchenko (AIM), Christian Robertson (GAA) and Scott Alderson (IBSI)
Alexei Miller (DataArt) with Orest Kyzyk (JNK Securities), Oleg Reznik (Tango Equity) and Sam Mathias (JNK) Michael Zaitsev (DataArt) with Sol Zlotchenko (AIM), Christian Robertson (GAA) and Scott Alderson (IBSI)
Debi Hamill and Michael Corbett (IAOP) Sol Zlotchenko (AIM) with Yury Shapshal, Ioannis Pazarzis (Tribeca Global Management) and Alexander Kouperman (AIM)
Debi Hamill and Michael Corbett (IAOP) Sol Zlotchenko (AIM) with Yury Shapshal, Ioannis Pazarzis (Tribeca Global Management) and Alexander Kouperman (AIM)
Michael Zaitsev (DataArt) with Craig Friedman and Bob Goldbaum (FundRunner/SS&C) Vica Vinogradova (DataArt) with Jack McGonagle (Iris Financial)
Michael Zaitsev (DataArt) with Craig Friedman and Bob Goldbaum (FundRunner/SS&C) Vica Vinogradova (DataArt) with Jack McGonagle (Iris Financial)
Alexei Miller (DataArt) with Marina Kolesnik (Marcnow), Oliver Houck (The Outsourcing Institute) and Judy Arteche-Carr (Unisys) Leonid Frants (One Market Data) with Harry Hatiz (Algorithm Trade Management)
Alexei Miller (DataArt) with Marina Kolesnik (Marcnow), Oliver Houck (The Outsourcing Institute) and Judy Arteche-Carr (Unisys) Leonid Frants (One Market Data) with Harry Hatiz (Algorithm Trade Management)
Mila Nikolski (DataArt) with James Martin (Optima Fund) and Santosh Varki (Royal Bank of Canada)
Mila Nikolski (DataArt) with James Martin (Optima Fund) and Santosh Varki (Royal Bank of Canada)