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John Lothian Newsletter: Bats Unveils Community Policing Program for U.S. Equities, Options Exchanges; London Metal Exchange faces broker revolt over fee rise; The World’s Most Powerful Stock Pickers Don’t Manage a Penny John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read MarketsWiki Education Hits Interns With Risks, Technology, Volunteerism, Office Space and BricksSarah Rudolph and Spencer Doar, JLN Tuesday marked the first session of our MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity series in Chicago. The event drew a standing room only crowd of 160 at the CME Group auditorium. The event kicked off with Rob D’Arco, CEO of Rival Systems, who hammered home the intrinsic advantage the interns have over current industry professionals, as every intern in the room is considered a digital native. Taking advantage of that intrinsic knowledge and then pairing it with a deep understanding of market…

John Lothian Newsletter: EU watchdog backs more competition in derivatives clearing; Derivative investors doubt benefits of LSE-Deutsche Börse tie-up; Oystacher Says Speed Chess, Not Spoofing, Is Behind His Trades John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Counter (party) intuitive Steven Strange, Compliance Product Manager, Fidessa Once upon a time, a good credit rating was sufficient to establish a counterparty’s fitness as a trading partner. Counterparties were managed via simple ‘do not trade’ lists delivered to traders at the start of the day, and traders honoured these by hand, or using basic software and home-grown tools. Times, of course, have changed drastically. Regulators now expect firms to aggregate their counterparty exposure across asset classes, and include a myriad of additional holdings where the counterparty is in any way affiliated. ‘Do not trade’ lists are monitored…

John Lothian Newsletter: EU Financial-Markets Overhaul Start Date May Be Delayed by Year; CFTC Seeks to Bar Trader in Spoofing Case; China to Allow Direct Conversion Between Yuan and Swiss Franc John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read A Bad Way to Make Banks Safe By Editorial Board – Bloomberg Global regulators say they’re making progress in reducing the threat that the world’s largest banks can pose to the economy. Actually, new rules may be making things worse. bv.ms/1QfOvjx ***** I love it when a plan comes together. ++++ When Bloomberg Employees Predict the Future; Look into our crystal ball and all will be revealed! Bloomberg News Every year around November or December, many journalists get an assignment they will probably hate. That assignment is, of course, to write about what will happen in the coming…