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The Next Big Thing; Seismic Foundry Aims To Find The Next Disruptors And Leaders In Fintech Commentary,Feature,Fintech

Who will be the next big thing in our industry? A new London-based firm is aiming to find it. Seismic Foundry, co-founded by Bill Templer, Brendan Bradley, Cathryn Lyall, Dave Feltes and Jeff Gale, is looking for the next fintech start-up that could become the next superstar in the financial industry. Of course, they are not alone and there are many firms from Chicago to New York to London and beyond that are looking to invest in those firms aiming to solve industry problems and disrupt inefficient sectors. But they are aiming at a slightly different market sector in the…

Seismic Change: Developing Fintech in the Early Stages Feature,Video,video

Fintech, in all its varying forms, is hot. Whether in pre-trade risk assessment, collateral management, best execution or clearing, companies are stepping in to solve problems created by the evolution of markets as spurred by regulation. But this creates an issue — how do companies with tangible problems link up with small firms working on the solutions? The growing size of the space and enthusiasm surrounding it further muddies the waters. Enter Seismic Foundry. Derivatives veterans Dave Feltes, Bill Templer, Cathy Lyall, Brendan Bradley and Jeff Gale are behind the endeavor which aims to provide guidance and investment access to…

People Moves Banks, Brokers & Managed Funds,Blog,Exchanges, OTC & Clearing,Fintech,Tech / HFT

Yesterday’s lead story mentioned Cameron Smith, Dan Coleman and Eric Noll all moving on to new ventures, some in the markets and some not. There have been some other moves recently too, all courtesy of people updating their LinkedIn profiles. Jennifer Wachtel, Tim Cave, Bruce Goldberg, Tom Thornton-Smith, Eric Hazard, and Brendan Bradley are on the list of updates. Jennifer Wachtel is now executive director, global co-head of marketing at CME Group. She was head of digital marketing prior to this position. Tim Cave, a journalist with Financial News, has joined Tabb Group as a European market structure analyst. Bruce…

John Lothian Newsletter: Financial PR spins a new global story; Markit acquires interest in commodities price reporting agency PRIMA; Innovation chief Bradley departs Eurex John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read The Economy Is Rigged, and Other Presidential Campaign MythsBy N. GREGORY MANKIW – NY TimesIf you want to learn about the economy, there are good and bad places to go. Probably the worst source of reliable information is the current crop of presidential candidates. Dissembling and exaggeration are no strangers to politics, but this year’s campaigns have been particularly egregious.goo.gl/4pwDNM ***** There used to be lies, damn lies and statistics. Now there are just damn lies. ++++ CHX Confirms SNAP Auction Starting DateBusiness WireThe Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) confirmed that May 13 is the date it will introduce…

Sweet 16 Honorable Mention – Regulation Interview,Regulation,Video

Exchange leaders will be dealing with big changes at their respective companies in 2016, from launching new competing markets and dealing with new regulation to integrating new data acquisitions to expanding across different time zones. The John Lothian News Sweet 16 Series featured our best ideas and thoughts about exchanges, regulation, economics and technology. But there are still more great ideas for 2016 that made our honorable mention. Here are comments from Art Hahn of Katten, Travis Schwab of Eventus Systems, Steve Probst of Global Risk, Brendan Bradley of Eurex, Justin Llewellyn-Jones of Fidessa on regulation.

Brendan Bradley, chief innovation officer, Eurex – The New World of Finance Video

“We are the wheels of industry. You wouldn’t actually have the rest of these businesses operating if it wasn’t for the fact that the finance world still greases all of the wheels making all these businesses come around.” Brendan Bradley, chief innovation officer of Eurex, compares the financial world to the tech industry, and discusses the connection between companies like Google and Goldman Sachs. Bradley says that while the appeal for young people to work for a financial organization may not seem as high as working for a tech firm, it is actually the financial industry that helps tie other…