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What’s Up With the Next Gen of Traders? Feature,Mwiki,Video,video

The old way to learn the trading ropes – via open outcry pits – is nearly nonexistent. So where is the next generation of traders going to come from? What is going to attract interest and enable these newbies to enter the markets? In this compilation video from FIA Expo, Cboe Global Markets Chairman of the Board and CEO Ed Tilly, YCharts President and CEO Sean Brown, and CQG Senior Vice President of Client Relations Pat Kenny discuss what is going to help attract fresh talent to the trading industry.   Produced by Mike Forrester

CQG Creates a Chief of Staff Position; Names Alli Brennan to Role Blog,Commentary,Fintech,Tech / HFT

CQG has created a new position to help execute their strategic business plan. The position is chief of staff, and for that position they selected Alli Brennan. She started in that role on May 1. Brennan’s rise at CQG is a product of her strong leadership skills, industry understanding and a knack for integrating data into the decision making process. She is not a seat of the pants manager, but a data driven change agent who understands the markets and the industry. “Alli will be responsible for the execution for our strategic business initiatives and to help align everyone around…

Light at the End of the Tunnel – Pat Kenny and Ryan Moroney, CQG Feature,Video,video

With MiFID II preparations in the rearview, CQG can now focus on expansion – its biggest push being into mainland China. In this special two-for-one video from JLN’s annual series with industry leaders, CQG SVP of Client Relations Pat Kenny and President of CQG Europe and the Americas Ryan Moroney discuss CQG’s international plan, getting into the algo space and adapting to the needs of traders.   Produced by Mike Forrester Interview by Jim Kharouf

Central Banks Urged to Study Digital Currency Risks and Rewards John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

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First Read Hits & Takes JLN Staff Boca Bits: Today we announced in a Special Report to the readers of this newsletter that John J. Lothian & Company, Inc. has begun work on a microwiki site named CryptoMarketsWiki.com. Click HERE to see the release.~JJL Jessica Titlebaum Darmoni, founder of The Title Connection and co-founder of WILD, was on Anthony Crudele’s Futures Radio Show recently. Here is the link to LISTEN.~JJL Seismic Foundry closed its second investment on Monday with a regulation technology start-up called Enforcd, which provides a regulatory database for institutions. The platform includes news, analysis and statistics that…

The Industry Discusses the Big Data Boom, Part II Feature,Mwiki,Video,video

At the 33rd Annual FIA Futures and Options Expo in mid-October, John Lothian News spoke with a variety of industry participants about upcoming milestones and trends in financial markets. This fourth video in the series is the second of our videos to cover the effects and future of the big data boom. In part two, Jared Broad, CEO of QuantConnect, Rob D’Arco, CEO of Rival Systems, Julie Armstrong, global head of market technology services for CME Group, Julie Winkler, chief commercial officer for CME Group, Alli Brennan, director of marketing and product management for CQG, Steve Tumen, CEO of Deep…

Trust and Transitions – Pat Kenny Feature,MarketsWiki Education,MWEd,Video,video

“You never know who you might be sitting next to right now. It might be someone you run into 20 or 35 years from now and that might be the person that gives you the break you need.” In this video from MarketsWiki Education’s World of Opportunity event in Chicago, Pat Kenny, senior vice president with CQG, talks about a number of key traits needed to succeed in any workforce. As a trader in the pits of the Chicago Board of Trade in the early ’80s when word was the only bond, Kenny learned about the importance of honesty and…

The Case That Changed the Industry Blog,Feature,Fintech

Back in 2005, I began covering a major development in the financial industry – patents. More specifically, I began covering the patent infringement cases by Trading Technologies against a number of firms including CQG.  That case, which lasted almost 12 years with appeals, is now essentially settled by the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, which affirmed the validity of TT’s patents, and essentially backed a lower court’s finding that CQG infringed on TT’s patents. The settlement awarded in the lower court was for $16 million.  TT’s patent litigation is well-known in the industry by now. But in…

A Most Interesting Charity Challenge Without Cold Water Blog,Commentary,Giving News

I have a challenge for the readers of the John Lothian Newsletter that does not involve cold water, but does include a donation to the Futures For Kids charity. The week before the FIA Boca Raton International Conference news broke that Dos Equis spokesman Jonathan Goldsmith, known as “The Most Interesting Man in the World” was being replaced by the beer maker with a younger replacement. In fact, Goldsmiths character is being sent to Mars. You could be the next MIMITW. Here is the plan. You need to shoot and share with us an audition video for the part. You…

Bürgenstock Revisited, Again Blog,Commentary

The SFOA Conference is in Survival Mode, But Has Hope The SFOA’s Bürgenstock conference concluded Thursday without fanfare and without its CEO present. A sparsely attended lunch was the last event on the docket. SFOA CEO Daniel Day-Robinson was reportedly in the hospital after falling ill Thursday morning of an unknown ailment. The conference reportedly attracted some 140 participants and some 40 regulators for a parallel program, according to SFOA sources. There was some cross-pollination of the regulators with the regular program, but not much, which was disappointing. There was a moment of silence at the beginning in the memory…