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The low vol feedback loop; EU shuts door on electronic access providers; More exchange consolidation? Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Ed Tilly – Staying Ahead of the Technology Curve MarketsWikiEducation.com In this video from MarketsWiki Education’s Intern Recruiting Event event in Chicago, Ed Tilly, chairman and CEO of Cboe Global Markets, discusses how changes in technology force you to adapt to stay ahead of the curve. Tilly breaks down what’s going on in the exchange space and how the Cboe has changed over the years. With the explosion of screen trading and the end of open outcry trading, exchanges have had to roll with the punches and make sure customers are happy. Tilly’s goal is to bring…

Ed Tilly – Staying Ahead of the Technology Curve Blog,MarketsWiki Education,MWEd,Video,video

In this video from MarketsWiki Education’s Intern Recruiting event in Chicago, Ed Tilly, chairman and CEO of Cboe Global Markets, discusses how changes in technology force you to adapt to stay ahead of the curve. Tilly breaks down what’s going on in the exchange space and how the Cboe has changed over the years. With the explosion of screen trading and the end of open outcry trading, exchanges have had to roll with the punches and make sure customers are happy.  Tilly’s goal is to bring transparency and liquidity to the marketplace.

US financial regulators warn investors on bitcoin risks; Asian buyers spur bitcoin rise John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff A new survey from DTCC shows geopolitical risk as a top 5 concern of 69 percent of those surveyed – an all-time high. Plenty of other fun stats and infographics in there to digest.~SD Deutsche Boerse turned 25 years old. I believe I was once told that the average age of the people who started it was 28. ~JJL Have you seen the Chicago Blockchain Project?~JJL Yesterday’s JLN Options newsletter covered the lack of FX volatility, the potential for bitcoin options and the short vol trade.~SD The NFA staff coordinated the donation…

CME fee rises vex trading industry; Decline of OTC derivatives trading; VIX research Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Cboe chief on Jamie Dimon: He’s welcome to try shorting bitcoin Jeff Cox – CNBC If JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon wants to bet against bitcoin, the head of Cboe Global Markets is only too happy to give him the venue to place his wager. jlne.ws/2BLJ3l7 ****SD: Jamie Dimon probably regrets expressing an opinion on BTC. He thought he’d throw a punch, not realizing he’d become the bag. +++++ Cboe Throws Launch Date Punch at Crosstown Rival CME Spencer Doar – JLN Aren’t people supposed be getting into holiday mode? Isn’t December supposed to be slow, with…

Cboe Throws Launch Date Punch at Crosstown Rival CME Exchanges, OTC & Clearing,Feature,Fintech,Investing & Trading,JLN Subgroups

Aren’t people supposed be getting into holiday mode? Isn’t December supposed to be slow, with nothing but junior staff running around trying not to mess things up?  In the cryptocurrency space, that’s clearly not the case. The CFTC on Friday said CME Group and Cboe Global Markets were okay to launch their respective bitcoin futures products through the self-certification process. CME quickly announced it would launch bitcoin futures on December 18, and then on Monday morning, Cboe announced a December 10 launch date and free trading for the first month to help the contract gain traction. Cboe’s contract will trade…

The Industry Discusses Cryptocurrencies and DLT, Part I Feature,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 fifth video in the series is the first to cover the crazily popular cryptocurrency space and its technological underpinnings. In part one, Ed Tilly, chairman and CEO of Cboe, Drew Shields, Trading Technologies’ CTO, Thomas Flake, the co-founder and chief marketing officer of bcause, Kevin Darby, managing partner at Blue Trading Systems and Chris Hehmeyer, CEO of Hehmeyer Trading + Investments share their thoughts on the future of the crypto…

The Industry Discusses MiFID II, Part II Feature,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 is the second video in the series focused on MiFID II. Specifically, part two focuses more on the MiFID II effects on U.S. based participants. In part two, Drew Shields, CTO of Trading Technologies, Ed Tilly, chairman and CEO of Cboe Global Markets, Neal Brady, CEO of Eris Exchange, Julie Winkler, chief commercial officer for CME Group, and Ben Morof, chief compliance officer for Teza Capital Management, share their thoughts…

VIX Owner Plots New Fear Gauge to Help Measure European Fright; Two Exchange Whizzes Try to Tackle CBOE’s Challenges; Dutch alternative derivatives platform TOM to be wound up Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight JLN Exchange Leader Series 2017: SGX’s Syn Says Trade Barriers Mean Opportunities for Offshore Exchanges JohnLothianNews.com Singapore Exchange’s Michael Syn says that when economic barriers to open trade come down, offshore jurisdictions like SGX can benefit by showing their worth for hedging exposure. The “big three” Asian markets – India, Japan and China – taken together account for about 25 percent of world GDP and 40 percent of world population. But each is regulated very differently and therefore the elements of risk in those countries will not be proxies for each other, Syn said. Each will behave…

CBOE purchase of Bats reflects aim to tap options trading for ETFs; US Options Volume Surges Nearly 25% in November, Reaching Second Highest Monthly Volume in 2016; Wall Street’s ‘fear gauge’ implies that few are prepped for a stock-market shock Newsletter,Options

Lead Stories CBOE purchase of Bats reflects aim to tap options trading for ETFs Philip Stafford – Financial Times CBOE Holdings’ planned $3.2bn purchase of Bats Global Markets reflects a crucial step in tapping the next major area of growth across exchange traded products. The booming sector is set to expand further with the use of options. In an interview with the Financial Times, Ed Tilly, chief executive of CBOE, laid out a comprehensive case for why the new entity is best placed to take advantage of rapidly shifting demand from investors for structured products. Mr Tilly, who will head…