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The Options Industry Leader Series 2018 – Nasdaq’s Kevin Kennedy Feature,Mwiki,Video,video

Video series brought to you by OCC In this video from the 36th annual Options Industry Conference in Amelia Island, Fla., Kevin Kennedy, Nasdaq senior vice president and head of U.S. options, talks about how the industry weathered low volatility, Nasdaq’s proprietary product suite and capital requirement issues.     Produced by Mike Forrester Interview by Spencer Doar  

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First Read Osaka Exchange of Japan Exchange Group Joins John Lothian News Sponsors; First Asian Exchange Sponsor of John Lothian News John Lothian News is pleased to announce that the Osaka Exchange has agreed to become a Contributor Level sponsor of John Lothian News. Osaka Exchange (OSE) is the derivatives arm of the Japan Exchange Group (JPX) and widely known as the mother market of Nikkei 225 Futures and Options. OSE renewed its trading platform in July 2016 and trading is now available nearly 24 hours a day in its markets, which are some of the most liquid in the…

Nasdaq’s Kennedy Sees Plenty of Room for Options Industry Growth Blog

While the options industry has been incredibly resilient in the face of challenges, Kevin Kennedy, senior vice president, head of U.S. options with Nasdaq, sees the need for growth.  In this video from the Options Industry Conference in Scottsdale, Ariz., Kennedy talks about opportunities to improve the functioning of options markets. Some things Kennedy believes should be addressed are auctions, the number of listed underlyings and spread width. He hopes Nasdaq can take a leadership role in revamping market structure and tailoring the regulatory environment to better suit end users.  Sponsored by:  

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Kennedy Looks to Lead Market Revamp Kevin Kennedy is my new hero. The senior vice president and head of equity options, on stage at the Options Industry Conference last week, spoke about taking the lead on a new initiative to change the existing financial and regulatory structure for financial markets. And he urged the other exchange executives from the other four major options markets to join him. In today’s political environment, it takes courage for someone to stand up and say they want to fix the financial markets so they stay the envy of world capital markets.  And there is…

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First Read All Together Now: Exchange Leaders Call For Cooperative Approach To Changing Market Structure Jim Kharouf – JLN U.S. equity options leaders said today’s market structure needs fixing and vowed to work together to address it at the Options Industry Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. Among some of the structural problems are a perceived lack of liquidity, a rigid regulatory structure that has supported the fragmentation of markets, and a concentration of volume on a relatively small number of listings. Kevin Kennedy, who serves as senior vice president, head of U.S. options at Nasdaq, called for the exchanges and participants…

All Together Now: Exchange Leaders Call For Cooperative Approach To Changing Market Structure Blog,Commentary,Feature,Options

U.S. equity options leaders said today’s market structure needs fixing and vowed to work together to address it at the Options Industry Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. Among some of the structural problems are a perceived lack of liquidity, a rigid regulatory structure that has supported the fragmentation of markets, and a concentration of volume on a relatively small number of listings. Kevin Kennedy, who serves as senior vice president, head of U.S. options at Nasdaq, called for the exchanges and participants to work together to upgrade the market structure so it works better and more efficiently in the coming years….