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23 April 2014

Regulators Must Co-Evolve With Technology and the ...

Dave Lauer, KOR Group

FINRA’s recent proposal to charge for dark pool volume data is the latest example of regulators’ failure to embrace data openness and transparency. If regulators want to instill more confidence in their abilities and leverage public insights, everything should be open and visible. rest of story...

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    Michael Lewis Speaks With Malcolm Gladwell

    Following the release of "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt," Michael Lewis spoke with Malcolm Gladwell at a Live Talks Los Angeles event held on April 10, 2014. ...
     
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    IEX's Ronan Ryan Stirs 'Flash Boys' Debate

    Ronan Ryan, one of the central characters from Michael Lewis's popular book 'Flash Boys,' joined TradeTech in Paris via Skype connection. Richard Balarkas, CEO of Quendon Consulting, ...
     
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    The Benefits of a Modern Information Architecture

    Given the limitations of legacy systems, intensifying regulatory reporting demands are becoming increasingly burdensome, often requiring extensive manual intervention to aggregate data across silos. As a ...
     
 

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Psychology and Quantitative Finance: What’s Your Favorite Number?

Nicholas Colas, ConvergEx Group

Being a ‘numbers person’ usually connotes logic over emotion, the rational over sentimental. As it turns out, however, numbers carry their own peculiar emotional baggage, highlighting one more example of how human psychology intrudes into even the simplest quantitative constructs. Continue

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