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Regulatory Crypto Crackdown; CME grain pushback John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes JLN Staff Intercontinental Exchange Group’s market cap was $42.2 billion yesterday. Last August, it was $38.8 billion. In 2005, after its IPO, it was $2 billion.~JK Yesterday marked the 228th birthday of the Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX). The following comes from Daniel Carrigan, president of Nasdaq Futures, Inc.: “PHLX was formed to support a fledgling U.S. government which borrowed $77 million from citizens to wage freedom from Britain. The first private debt offering was listed for trading in 1795 for The Penn and Lancaster Turnpike. The certificate contained the first picture imprint on a certificate…

Choose an Industry with a Future – Richard Rosenblatt Feature,MarketsWiki Education,MWEd,video

“When your crystal ball gets foggy, your two greatest assets will be your humility and your flexibility.” In this video from MarketsWiki Education’s World of Opportunity event in New York, Richard Rosenblatt, CEO of Rosenblatt Securities, explains how to choose a career that has a solid future. Rosenblatt considers himself an institutional execution expert, but when the market crashed in ‘87, he had to get creative. At the end of the day, you have to follow your smile and do what you enjoy. The person that loves what they do will win every time.

Thesys vs. Goliath: That’s One Big CAT Commentary,Feature,Fintech,Regulation & Enforcement

Small company wins big with opportunity to build the Consolidated Audit Trail covering U.S. equities and options. FINRA, FIS, Cinnober, Thomson Reuters – what do they have in common? They are just a few of the 30 bidders who lost out on developing the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT) to Thesys Technologies LLC, a subsidiary of the proprietary trading firm Tradeworx, founded in 2009. To develop and implement the CAT, Thesys partnered with IBM (which was a bidder on its own, too), as well Rosenblatt Securities and law firm Latham & Watkins. “You had some big tech companies that really understand…

Justin Schack, Rosenblatt Securities – Making Modern Market Structure Exchanges, OTC & Clearing,Feature,MarketsWiki Education,MWEd,Mwiki,ReformWiki,Regulation,Regulation & Enforcement,Tech / HFT,Video,video

“The whole point of Reg NMS was to deal with the 10 years of change that had already happened — that of course made things even more complex. And there are things about Regulation NMS that we’re dealing with today that some people find problematic. But it is not a new thing and it’s just another block in what I like to call the Jenga tower of market structure.” It always pays to have an understanding of history, especially when mass media latches onto a storyline and refuses to let go. In the wake of the financial crisis, one of…

MarketsWiki Education New York 2016 – Schedule and Speaker Information Blog

MarketsWiki Education is back for another year in New York, and this year’s lineup is as strong as ever.  Note: Registration for the New York event has closed. For more information about MarketsWiki Education, click HERE. To see a full list of past sessions, visit our YouTube channel. Session 1, July 19, 1-2:30 pm, Nasdaq MarketSite Adena Friedman, President and COO, NasdaqIdentifying the Catalysts for Driving Long-Term Sustainability Creating change comes faster when there is a catalyst to align the interests of competing constitutents Exchanges are the trusted engines in the capital markets we serve as the vital connection between investors, companies…