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Part Two of  Scott Early – The History of Financial Futures

Part Two of Scott Early – The History of Financial Futures

Part two of the JLN interview with former CBOT General Counsel Scott Early in The History of Financial Futures series starts with him explaining why the Chicago Board of Trade’s market share went down each year he worked at the exchange. It  was because new exchanges all over the world were copying the success of the CBOT and CME and that was growing the overall derivatives markets numbers. 

Former CBOT General Counsel Scott Early – The History of Financial Futures – MarketsWiki Education

Former CBOT General Counsel Scott Early – The History of Financial Futures – MarketsWiki Education

Scott Early first became involved with the Chicago Board of Trade as a litigator with the law firm of Kirkland & Ellis when the exchange had a case go before the U.S. Supreme Court in the 1970s. Then the Hunt Brothers silver corner hit and there were a lot more lawsuits for the CBOT to deal with, and Early grew closer to the CBOT as he helped the exchange deal with them.

Telstra’s Adam Day Expounds on November Equinix Deal; Opportunities for Trading, Fintech, Crypto, Gaming Into Asia

Telstra’s Adam Day Expounds on November Equinix Deal; Opportunities for Trading, Fintech, Crypto, Gaming Into Asia

In early November Telstra partnered with Equinix to enhance the Telstra Octagon financial services solution and expand global access and direct connectivity between North America and eight of the world’s major futures and commodities exchanges. JLN interviewed Telstra’s Adam Day after the FIA EXPO about this deal and what it means for Telstra’s customers and potential clients.

The Telstra Octagon solution uses Telstra’s ultra-low latency global networks to support high-frequency trading activities. And now, with Telstra’s financial trading solution available on Platform Equinix, Telstra can now offer financial organizations improved network connectivity, access to the Equinix data center and colocation and Equinix Fabric interconnection services adjacent to the exchanges.

Broadway 2.0’s Long and Winding Road to Independence

Broadway 2.0’s Long and Winding Road to Independence

John Lothian Publisher John Lothian News Michael Chin is the CEO of Broadway Technology, which recently went through a rebrand and is now just Broadway. The path to Broadway 2.0, as Chin called it, was an unusual one. Chin was interviewed recently by John Lothian News about its journey from acquisition to independence.

Broadway Technology has been working on a renewal since it was spun out of ION Trading after the U.K.’s Competitive Markets Authority told ION it had to spin back out most of Broadway because of overlap in both firms’ fixed income offerings.

Risky Options Trading Worries Regulators; Bitcoin’s Weekend Woes; CME Unveils Trading Challenge Winners – The Spread – December 10, 2021

Risky Options Trading Worries Regulators; Bitcoin’s Weekend Woes; CME Unveils Trading Challenge Winners – The Spread – December 10, 2021

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FIA Expo 2021 Video: IncubEx Primed as Interest In Cap-and-Trade Markets Surges

FIA Expo 2021 Video: IncubEx Primed as Interest In Cap-and-Trade Markets Surges

Timing is everything in the derivatives industry. In the case of IncubEx, which develops financial products in environmental, climate risk and related commodity markets, the company appears to be right on time.

In an interview with John Lothian News at FIA Expo, Dan Scarbrough, the founder, president and COO of IncubEx, described his start in the industry with the Chicago Climate Exchange more than 15 years ago. The Intercontinental Exchange bought the Chicago Climate Exchange and its parent company, the Climate Exchange, in 2010.

FIA Expo 2021 Video: ‘Everyone is Threatened’ by Disintermediation

FIA Expo 2021 Video: ‘Everyone is Threatened’ by Disintermediation

Robert Fitzsimmons, executive vice president at Wedbush Securities, spoke with John Lothian News at FIA Expo 2021 about his observations, insights and opinions on everything from the conference itself to the state of cryptocurrency today. As executive vice president, Fitzsimmons manages futures, fixed income groups, and securities lending.

Among the talking points from the conference, one topic of concern was the notion of disintermediation, which essentially cuts out the middle men — removing banks, brokers, or other third parties — allowing individuals to invest directly. 

FIA Expo Video 2021: CQG Pivots to Next Generation With New Technology Tools

FIA Expo Video 2021: CQG Pivots to Next Generation With New Technology Tools

Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, CQG is notable for its long run offering real-time and historical trading data, along with technical analysis tools, but its leaders are in no mood to fade into the sunset. Instead, they are pivoting to take on the next generation.

In a video interview with JLN at FIA Expo 2021, Ryan Moroney, CQG Inc. president, and Pat Kenny, senior vice president, talked about a suite of trade execution technologies recently unveiled by the company. 

FIA EXPO 2021: Sam Bankman-Fried Says FTX Won’t Follow the Crypto Crowd

FIA EXPO 2021: Sam Bankman-Fried Says FTX Won’t Follow the Crypto Crowd

Sam Bankman-Fried, the “richest person in crypto” according to Forbes Magazine, is the founder of FTX, a leading exchange for buying and selling crypto derivatives. John Lothian News spoke with him at FIA Expo 2021, where he talked about how the crypto space has grown and changed, crypto versus “traditional finance,” and the latest trends, including NFTs.

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