Irene Aldridge

Insights: MiFID II and the End of Brokerages As We Know Them

Technology is certainly not only enabling the requirements of transparency, it is also leveling the field as far as investors are concerned, making broker-shopping easy, argues Irene Aldridge.

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– STA affiliates from around the United States and Canada collected nearly new professional clothing and accessories for women in need. Traders takes you to the San Francisco and Wisconsin clothing drives.

On The Move: Noble Said to Hire LNG Trader From Total as It Rebuilds Desk

– Idoia Monje Norte, a Total SA LNG trader, will join Noble in the middle of the summer as LNG business head for the London firm.

ICE Abandons Potential LSE Bid Citing Lack of Engagement

– LSE agreed to a Deutsche Boerse takeover in March, in a deal that values the British company at about $14.4 billion.

Broadridge Financial Solutions Aims to Streamline Post-Trade Ops

– Growing financial institutions can leverage new technology for standardization of operational systems.

Promotions and New Hires for April 2016

– The spring rite of job hopping within the financial community is racing along as a bevy of new faces and job titles emerged inside IEX, Goldman Sachs, KCG, TMX Group and other financial powerhouses. Traders presents the top people moves of April 2016.

Two Sigma Co-Founder `Very Worried' Machines Will Take Jobs

– Two Sigma, based in New York, is regarded as one of the biggest and most sophisticated firms that use technology to make investment decisions.

On The Move: Head of Markets and Sales Donald Bollerman Leaves IEX

– On of the co-founders of the buyside dark pool announced he was leaving the aspiring stock exchange last week.

Hedge Funds Under Attack as Steve Cohen Says Talent Is Thin

– Cohen, who started SAC Capital Advisors in 1992, said the business has “gotten crowded” with too many managers following similar strategies.

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Bitcoin, Algos and Dark Pool Fines: The Traders 2016 Outlook

Our editors look at the news stories and trends from last year that will have the biggest impact in the coming 12 months. It was a year of eye-popping fines, slipping trading volumes, and new technologies for Bitcoin and more. 2016 will be quite a year.

Buyside Profile: A Radical Fixed-Income Method

Bond trader Zachary Chavis of Sage Advisory is trading more with fellow buyside traders than with the traditional broker-dealer counterparties. The reason: deeper liquidity and tighter control.

Blockchain Adoption Seen As Early as Q2 2016, Tabb Reports

Like a runaway freight train, blockchain technology is coming to the financial markets, including equities, as soon as early next year.

Three Firms Remain in Running to Build U.S. Consolidated Audit Trail

The U.S. equity markets self-regulatory organizations have created a short list of three finalist firms who will build the much anticipated stock market consolidated audit trail.

A Celebration of Excellence: How Women Have Changed Wall Street

The fifth annual Traders awards celebrate the achievements of women in the US capital markets and the stellar work they do as mentors & leaders. Registration Statement Covering Digital Securities Declared Effective

In an exclusive interview with Traders, chief executive officer Patrick Byrne told Traders that the Securities and Exchange Commission has declared Overstock’s registration statement covering the issuance of digital securities effective.

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