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Deep Dive: The Boom In Big Data Could Mean Democracy For All Commentary,Feature,MarketsWiki Education,MWEd,Mwiki,Video,video

Note: Scroll to the bottom to view the video in three smaller segments.  The global financial markets are facing perhaps the biggest technological cycle in its history, with the growth of faster technology and the advent of cloud and now new data mining tools. JLN’s Jim Kharouf spoke with Drew Shields, chief technology officer at Trading Technologies and Julie Armstrong, executive director, global head of market technology services at CME Group about the latest trends in data and how that is reshaping the industry. Armstrong said that the industry trend may be toward a common data format, or even a…

SEC to give MiFID reprieve; Big exchanges ask SEC to hold off on fee cap plan; Capital rules and clearing risks John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff FIA EXPO is opening in Chicago today after some opening parties last night. We look forward to a great week of conducting interviews in the Cinnober booth on the EXPO exhibit hall, attending the sessions and seeing too many readers and industry friends to be counted. Feel free to stop us and say hello if you see any of the JLN team.~JJL One year ago the Dow sat at 18,086. Yesterday, the index touched the 23,000 mark for the first time. Give it another 13,000 points and Kevin Hassett and James Glassman…

Deep Dive With JLN: How Can The Financial Industry Draw In The Next Generation Of Talent? Feature,Mwiki,Video,video

Note: Scroll to the bottom to view the video in three smaller segments.  The future for the financial markets is bright, even if the headlines don’t always say so. John Lothian News’ CEO Jim Kharouf sat down with Brian Mehta, chief marketing officer at Trading Technologies, and Doug Monieson, partner at Hyde Park Angels, to talk about what will attract the next generation of traders and professionals into this space. From college outreach programs like TT CampusConnect to a variety of new education, training, competitions and platforms that open the world to new traders with new ideas, both see the…

How AI Is Reshaping ISVs: TT’s Rick Lane Looks at AI for Everything from Compliance to Finding Trading Opportunities Blog,Feature,Fintech,Interview

Trading Technologies announced yesterday the acquisition of Neurensic, an artificial intelligence regulation and compliance firm (terms were not disclosed). The deal brings Neurensic’s AI technology into TT and provides a new compliance platform for the firm. But the potential for the technology goes well beyond that. TT’s CEO Rick Lane spoke with JLN’s Jim Kharouf about where this technology is going next. Q: When you look at the AI/machine learning space, where is this industry going and where does it fit in for TT? A: Now we have another tool in our toolbelt. We’ve been providing a new, unprecedented level…

SEC’s Edgar System Hacked; Neuberger Berman acquires Breton Hill; S&P Cuts China’s Credit Rating John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff The LME Metals Seminar is fast approaching, and it’s set to be one of the best yet. What’s in store for the flagship event of LME Week? You can see the full agenda HERE. Or you can register, HERE.~JJL Exchange Analytics is offering a new Anti-Money Laundering training course. You can see a preview video HERE.~JJL A Leg To Stand On is extending its buy three get one free deal for its Chicago Rocktoberfest event on October 5 at City Winery. Just enter the name Lothian in the promo code for your…

Hedge funds and the gender imbalance; Probe into ‘maker taker’; The next quant meltdown John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes NEX Group yesterday led a session of Trading Tech 300, the merit badge workshop program created to help young people connect with the financial industry in Chicago. They took a group of Scouts around the financial district in a Geocaching exercise. Thank you to Tom Scanlan and the NEX crew for their service.~JJL Michael Kraines of Trading Technologies is our video subject today from the Chicago sessions of MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity. Brian Quintenz has been sworn in as a commissioner of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission.~JJL If you like funny infographics, check…

Why You Should Bet Your Career on Chicago FinTech – Michael Kraines Feature,MWEd,Video,video

“Twenty years ago it was about consolidation. It was about exchanges being smashed together and brokerages being smashed together. Now it’s going to be about technology being added to these traditional old school businesses.” In this video from MarketsWiki Education’s World of Opportunity event in Chicago, Michael Kraines, chief financial officer and chief commercial officer of Trading Technologies, discusses the growing Chicago fintech landscape and why the field can be a solid career choice. Kraines points out investment in Chicago fintech in the first half of 2017 has nearly matched the total from all of 2016. In 2016, venture capitalists…

Vela vs. Trading Technologies; Witching days not so scary; OCC to work with SEC Newsletter,Options

Lead Stories Trading Technologies International sues Vela Trading Technologies over trademark infringement Maria Nikolova – FinanceFeeds Trading Technologies International accuses Vela Trading Technologies of infringement of its registered trademarks, including TRADING TECHNOLOGIES and TT. jlne.ws/2vSNk6B ****SD: The recent acquisitions of OptionsCity and Object Trading by Vela were the tipping point. TT’s general counsel is Mike Ryan. Filing attorneys for TT are from Pattishall, McAuliffe, Newbury, Hilliard & Geraldson, a widely recognized law firm focused on intellectual property. One of the attorneys on the filing, Paul Borovay, has a random tidbit on his bio page – “Before returning to law school,…

Commodities Are Good for Traders, Bad for Investors; Trading Technologies appeals another Patent Board decision involving Interactive Brokers, TradeStation, IBFX; MarketAxess chooses Amsterdam as EU base after Brexit John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes We concluded our MarketsWiki Education series for the summer last week at Trading Technologies on Friday. Between three sessions in New York and four in Chicago over the previous two weeks, we had more than 500 attendees and 42 speakers from the industry. We will be posting videos of those presentations in the coming days. A thanks to all our sponsors for helping us make it happen – CME Group, CBOE, Nasdaq, IFM, Trading Technologies, IIT, Barchart, OCC, Thomson Reuters. ~JK Did you know “central counterparty clearing was invented in 1872 by the Minneapolis Grain…