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Nasdaq Plans To Launch Bitcoin Futures; Irish Stock Exchange sold to Euronext; Bitcoin roller coaster John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes In a presentation for Risk Management Monitor, John Fennell, OCC’s executive vice president and chief risk officer, discusses how a risk culture audit can help companies identify challenges in corporate behavior and helps them reorient how they think about today’s increasingly complex risk landscape. You can read the article here.~SR Whether you think the crypto space is a bit-con or legitimate, it was disconcerting to see this article on Bitcoin.com yesterday – How to Buy Bitcoin When You’re Underage.~SD Yesterday’s JLN Options newsletter can be found here.~SD Asia Pacific Financial News from John Lothian News…

Bond wolves; Hedging for the shale boom; Jump Trading shakeup; More BTC Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Jim Kharouf Resigns as CEO of John J. Lothian & Company, Inc.; Will Continue Work with Company in Freelance Role Jim Kharouf is stepping down as CEO of John J. Lothian & Company, Inc. at the end of the year after having assumed the role on January 1, 2017. Kharouf is leaving the company as an employee, but will continue to work with John Lothian News and John Lothian Productions as an independent contributor. He will also be exploring his own bespoke initiatives, including in the Fintech sector. Despite accomplishing much during his tenure at the company…

LSE’s Rolet quits; Regulators look to shine more light on Treasury market; City closes ranks over Rolet John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Jim Kharouf Resigns as CEO of John J. Lothian & Company, Inc.; Will Continue Work with Company in Freelance Role Jim Kharouf is stepping down as CEO of John J. Lothian & Company, Inc. at the end of the year after having assumed the role on January 1, 2017. Kharouf is leaving the company as an employee, but will continue to work with John Lothian News and John Lothian Productions as an independent contributor. He will also be exploring his own bespoke initiatives, including in the Fintech sector. Despite accomplishing much during his tenure at the company and…

Bitcoin’s Trading Star is DRW’s Cumberland Mining; Itiviti and ULLINK announce tie-up; BoE chief on LSE row John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff DRW’s cryptocurrency division is called Cumberland Mining & Materials LLC., named after the Grateful Dead song “Cumberland Blues,” about a hardworking miner, according to today’s Wall Street Journal story. ~JK Fun fact: In the first three quarters of 2017, $2.774 trillion of MSCI Index-based futures and options traded globally. That’s nearly 50 percent more than the first three quarters of 2016.~SD Care to express your views on cryptocurrencies without trading them? Apparently, you can buy ugly crypto holiday sweaters now (and yes, the checkout supports cryptocurrencies). Visual Capitalist has a cool infographic…

Automation in FX markets; Giancarlo warns EU to stay off clearing turf; Rolet’s awkward departure John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read ABN AMRO Loves Fidessa By John Lothian – JLN The romance between ABN AMRO Clearing (ACC) and Fidessa is a strategic and growth-oriented one and the relationship is driven by James Fairweather. James Fairweather is the global head of execution services at ACC . He is driving this installation and rollout of Fidessa’s systems at ACC. ABN AMRO Clearing is hoping to expand beyond active traders into services for corporate clients and even prime broker services, and Fairweather said Fidessa’s platform is the right fit for the job. “The breadth of technology was better with Fidessa,” Fairweather said…

Rolet’s LSE Exit Gets Complicated; Saudi Purge; Paradise Papers John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Hits & Takes By JLN Staff CME is pleased to sponsor the Women in Listed Derivatives Annual Symposium in Chicago. This year’s symposium will feature Holly Glowaty, co-founder of K + H Connection, a Fintech partnership company, followed by a panel of distinguished financial advisors taking an in depth look at “Women and Personal Investing.” The panelist are:  Carolyn Leonard, CEO and Co-Founder of Dymynd (moderator) Patricia DeChant, Vice President at CIBC Atlantic Trust Private Wealth Management Mary DiChristafano, Graystone Consulting/Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management Julie Shechtman, Senior Vice President at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management KhloÈ Karova, Owner…

LSE CEO to step down by end of 2018; SEC Names J.P. Morgan Executive as Top Regulator of Exchanges John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Derivatives Industry Joins Forces to Launch Futuresfundamentals.org Education Resource CME Group Today at FIA Expo, the largest gathering of futures market participants in the world, futuresfundamentals.org was launched to provide information and curriculum for learners of all levels to understand the role that derivatives markets play in the global economy and our everyday lives. /goo.gl/SAjgAm ***** This is big news for the industry and holds great potential to help it tell its story to new potential customers and professionals. It could be a great growth driver for the years to come if done well.~JJL ++++ Hits & Takes…

John Lothian Newsletter: Exchanges Condoned Alleged Spoofer’s Trades, Ex-Partner Says; Wall Street Goes Big on Bitcoin Tech; Cut-off for ICE LSE bid moved to “late April” John Lothian Newsletter,Newsletter

First Read Chain, chain, chain By Jim Kharouf, JLN Today, like most days lately, is mostly filled with talk of blockchain. This topic continues to gather great interest and attract quite a bit of investment. Yesterday, the Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. held its first symposium on blockchain technology. An audience poll asked the question “If you had $10 million to invest in one of the following, which would you pick?” Coming in second was blockchain with 19 percent of the votes, lagging behind the other big topic in the industry, cybersecurity with 34 percent, according to the Wall Street…

John Lothian Newsletter: Singapore Exchange in talks to buy Baltic Exchange; CFTC Chief Rejects Calls to Set Aside Trading Caps; Citadel in new attack on IEX application Newsletter

First Read Bits & Pieces: Can Bill Herder Play Tennis In a Kilt? And much more: position limits and our next guest editors Jim Kharouf and Doug Ashburn, JLN THE KIDS With FIA Boca right around the corner it is time to get serious – this is about tennis and kilts. While tennis skirts have been around for some time, kilts have been around much, much, much longer (see Braveheart, where a Scotsman is played by an Australio-American). This year, the Futures For Kids kilt challenge has been taken up by Bill Herder, a wee man who may be the…