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Deutsche Boerse CEO to step down amid insider trading probe; ICE to sell commodities trading platform Trayport for £550m John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff ALTSO had more than 1400 people last night, and raised over $620,000 at its annual Rocktoberfest in NY. The Chicago event raised almost $145,000 with about 500 attendees. Way to go ALTSO! ~JK Bright Pink sat down with Kristin Wood, senior director, internal communications and community relations at CME Group, to learn more about this best-in-class corporate partnership. CME Group is on track to make a gift of $160,000 to Bright Pink in 2017 through the annual Pink for a Purpose campaign. ~JJL To anybody who avidly follows the John Lothian Twitter…

Top investors want Deutsche Börse chief to resign; ICE ramps up move on corporate bond market John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes It was a big day for ICE yesterday as they announced two acquisitions, BondPoint from Virtu and a stake in Euroclear from RBS. Here is a commentary written August 17 by Jim Greco of TradingPlaces about Virtu and the possibilities for BondPoint.~JJL Slides are available for download by STAC members on the STAC website. This is the Securities Technology Analysis Center, not Securities Traders Association of Chicago.~JJL Myron Scholes, Ph.D. will be speaking at the CFA Society of Chicago on November 17 at the Palmer House on “The Evolution of Asset Management: Risk Management.”~JJL LSE’s…

Clearinghouses Push Back Against Worries Over Their Size; Two Sigma rapidly rises to top of quant hedge fund world John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff Bad news for Deutsche Boerse as the judge in the insider trading case against Carsten Kengeter declined to approve a settlement that was submitted by prosecutors. As reported by the FT, the case is crippling Deutsche Boerse at this time. It’s pretty hard to execute a strategy if you don’t know whether the CEO will remain. Nonetheless, Eurex has been posting some strong numbers in its interest rates complex this year. Brexit could open up more clearing opportunities for the exchange. Potential moves in other regions, say Asia, could open up some…

Sun Trading up for sale; Plight of Deutsche Boerse’s Kengeter; MiFID negotiations John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff Resumes from students interested in the MarketsWiki Education Recruiting event on October 16 are starting to flow to us. If you know of a student who may be interested in an internship opportunity in the industry, please direct them to www.marketswikieducation.com. Look for the “Send Us Your Resume” link in the upper right. Our sponsors for the event so far include CBOE, Geneva Trading, OCC, ED&F Man Capital Markets, Fidessa and NFA.~JJL Students attending our MarketsWiki Education Recruiting event can get a FREE studio quality photo taken at the event, courtesy of…

Tokyo Stock Exchange takes aim at Japan’s corporate ghosts; U.S. Default? Unlikely, But Bond Traders Are Taking No Chances; Deutsche Börse CEO Looks to Cut Deal John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

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First Read Hits & Takes Our video today from MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity Chicago 2017 features NFA President and CEO Tom Sexton.~JJL There is a signup form on the Upcoming Events page of the MarketsWikiEducation.com site for college students to sign up for our MarketsWiki Education Recruiting event on the afternoon of October 16 at the CBOE.~JJL Spencer Doar, Mike Forrester and John Lothian will be in Washington, DC from September 12 to 15 for the Securities Traders Association annual regulatory conference.~JJL Today we have a blog from Jim Falvey about cryptocurrencies and distributed ledger technology. See it below.~SR…

Britain Hasn’t Been This Politically Risky in 40 Years; Machines Poised to Take Over 30% of Work at Banks, McKinsey Says; Insider trading probe into Deutsche Boerse CEO still open: prosecutor John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits and Takes By JLN Staff + Special Guest, Ray McKenzie Six years ago, we had the idea to bring A Leg To Stand On‘s Rocktoberfest to Chicago and the results have been astounding. We have now hosted five Rocktoberfests and, in the process, raised over $400,000 for A Leg To Stand On. We couldn’t be happier with how things have turned out. For those who don’t know, Rocktoberfest began in New York City 14 years ago as a group of music-loving members of the financial community came together to make music and raise funds for ALTSO, a…

Ethereum Co-Founder Says Crypto Coin Market Is a Time-Bomb; Prosecutor offers to drop Deutsche Börse CEO insider trading probe; Singapore traders regain appetite for lunch John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits and Takes By JLN Staff Today is day two of the Chicago version of MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity at the Stuart School of Business at Illinois Tech. We have the largest audience scheduled today for two sessions, one at 1 PM and another at 3 PM. We still have room for last minute additions as well. Our speakers include Richard Sandor, Bryan Durkin, Terry Savage, Joe Guinan, Amy Shelly and Jennifer Wilson at the first session. At session two we have Mehmet Yanilmaz, Julie Armstrong Menacho, Keith Petersen, Patrick Kenny, David Kelbaugh and Jay Feuerstein We…

The Quants Run Wall Street Now; Deutsche Boerse CEO seeks end to insider trading probe; Toyota, Merck Join Ethereum Group to Build Blockchain Network John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read It’s all in the follow through Jim Kharouf, JLN This week, we are continuing our rollout of video interviews from the Options Industry Conference. Today we feature Gina McFadden, the first woman to receive the esteemed Joseph W. Sullivan Options Industry Achievement Award for her decades of education work at the Options Industry Council. We’ve also posted engaging interviews with industry leaders, Steve Crutchfield, head of market structure with CTC in Liquidity Providers Unduly Penalized By Capital Rules: CTC’s Crutchfield and got a state of the options industry review from Henry Schwartz, president of Trade Alert, The Yin…

Deutsche Börse investors take aim at chief over failed LSE deal; CFTC looks to modernise with FinTech plan; John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read CBOE Celebrates Exit of Long-tenured Employees at Chicago Gala By John J. Lothian The CBOE held a gala event at the Aon Grand Ballroom at Navy Pier in Chicago last night to celebrate the long and successful careers of several key employees whose tenure dated back to the nascent years of the exchange. Among those honored were Ed Provost, Philip Slocum, Thomas Knorring, Gerald O’Connell, Thomas Brady, Debra Peters and former chairman and CEO Bill Brodsky. Over 200 years of experience in the world’s first and leading options exchange will retire or move on with the CBOE closed…