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Banks shed bond indices as regulation tightens; IEX chief sticks to principles in battle for presence; Michael Rüdiger, new Chairman of the Exchange Council of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read John Lothian News Takes to the Road Again, Going High and Low By John J. Lothian John Lothian News is sending a team to London tomorrow for the FIA Global’s IDX conference, and meanwhile yours truly is setting off on another Scouting trip to Kentucky to explore Mammoth Cave. Jim Kharouf will lead the London team, joined by the always enterprising Spencer Doar and the steady handed videographer Mike Forrester. We will again be producing a video series featuring various exchange and industry leaders following the IDX conference. My trip has 10 Scouts and four other leaders in…

Meet My Connection: BSO Finding Ways To Connect Traders To Emerging Markets Feature,Tech / HFT

Archimedes is credited with saying “The shortest distance between two points is a straight line,” but that’s not always the fastest. Michael Ourabah says the fastest route to and from emerging markets is through his network BSO. The firm, effectively started by Ourabah out of his college dorm room in France in 2004, has found its niche in helping connect trading firms, banks, brokers, and technology firms from major financial hubs to developing markets. And with that, revenues have grown from $1 million in year one to more than $25 million. Ourabah looked at the speed race between telecom providers…

Fraser Bell, BSO – Change Is The Only Constant MWEd,Video,video

“Technology is affecting everyone. Just simple things we take for granted have a massive, massive infrastructure behind them, a massive amount of money behind them, and a massive amount of intellectual capital to make technology seem very simple.” In this MarketsWiki Education video, Fraser Bell, chief revenue officer with BSO, outlines how fast things can change and how easy it is for us not to notice. Inevitably, some of those in attendance at the event had to Google directions to get there.  But how many people look up information on the computer in their pocket while thinking about the thousands…