First Read Hits & Takes JLN Staff A number of CME disciplinary notices hit the wire yesterday, most pertaining to violations of Rule 575.A. (Disruptive Practices Prohibited). One individual, another individual and a brokerage were penalized for spoofing-related activity (entering and canceling orders to get a fill on the other side or to determine depth of book). Another notice was for misreporting block trades. Lastly, there was a fine assessed to JPMorgan for a nat gas position limit violation. ~SD Eurex held a technology and regulatory update in Chicago yesterday. The room was full during the trading engine updates, less…
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First Read Hits & Takes JLN Staff Congratulations to the World Federation of Exchanges on its IOMA Clearing & Derivatives Conference, concluded on Friday. The event, as usual, attracted exchange, clearing and market infrastructure from several continents and was well focused on the challenges and issues facing global CCPs. Nicely done.~JK Ankur Kamalia, managing director, head of group venture portfolio management & DB1 Ventures at Deutsche Bˆrse said at the WFE IOMA conference that his group has met with 750 fintech firms over the past three years and invested in just seven. Among those is Digital Asset Holdings.~JK Interesting tidbit…
Last year was notable for Cinnober as the company pivoted from organic growth to outside investment to aid its expansion. The now 20-year-old real-time risk and clearing technology provider raised some $20 million from a directed share offering to fuel the development of Minium – a new Cinnober subsidiary focused on client clearing. In this sixth video from JLN’s annual series with industry leaders, Cinnober Executive Chairman Nils-Robert Persson details the company’s strategy for 2018 and it’s investment activities in 2017, including the acquisition of Ancoa, now rebranded Irisium.
Javier Tordable, who took the CEO post at Cinnober in March, has inked notable trading platform, clearing and surveillance technology deals with the Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange (DGCX) and The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET). This week, the firm announced a deal to provide clearing technology for the London Metal Exchange (LME). In our recent interview during the FIA-FOA International Derivatives Expo in London, Tordable talks about the DGCX deal, the acquisition of Nomura’s Swedish technology development center in Umeå, Sweden, as well as where technology is heading. Interview by John Lothian News editor-in-chief Jim Kharouf.
Matthew Hunter has been named head of surveillance for the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). According to CFTC spokesman R. David Gary, Hunter is filling the position as part of a reorganization at the regulatory agency that began Oct. 9. Hunter was previously deputy director of the CFTC’s market and trade practice surveillance branch, division of market oversight. The CFTC’s market surveillance program has the stated intention of preserving the economic functions of futures and option markets. The market surveillance program’s primary mission is to identify situations that could pose a threat of manipulation and to initiate preventive actions.