"Drift arbitrage" should not define the future of capital markets, says JonesTrading's Tom Carter.
Dana Dakin, Founder of Dakin Partners and a recipient of a Wall Street Women 2012: Entrepreneur of the Year award discusses why she started her business, what its like to be a women entrepreneur, and what it takes to be successful.
Christy Oeth, Director of Corporate Compliance at Knight Capital Group and the recipient of a 'Wall Street Women 2012: Rising Star award, talks about the challenge of maintaining a work-life balance.
Holly A. Stark, Managing Member of Efficient Frontiers and a 'Wall Street Women 2012: Entrepreneur of the Year' award winner, talks about starting her business, discusses the challenges she faces, and explains why no one should be afraid to try something new.
Renee DeGagne, Managing Director of RBC Capital Markets and the recipient of a 'Wall Street Women 2012: Mentors of the Year' award, talks about the importance of mentoring and why the right connection is key to a successful relationship.
Nancy D. McLaughlin, Managing Director of Sales and Business Development at ConvergEx Group and the recipient of the 'Wall Street Women 2012: Lifetime Achievement award, talks about her greatest accomplishment, explains the importance of mentors , and offers advice for young women entering the securities industry.
Sheri Kaiserman, Managing Director and Head of Equities at Wedbush Securities and the recipient of the 'Wall Street Women 2012: Excellence in Leadership' award, talks about leadership, stepping out of ones comfort zone, and overcoming career challenges.
Traders Magazine editor Michael Scotti speaks with Christina Kelerchian and Melissa Hinmon.
Nanette Buziak speaks with Traders Magazine editor Michael Scotti at the 2011 Wall Street Women celebration.
Sylvia Rocco speaks with Traders Magazine editor Michael Scott at the 2011 Wall Street Women celebration.
Wall Street Women Keynote Speaker Jeanne Murtaugh speaks with Traders Magazine Editor Michael Scotti.
The once much maligned indication of interest has been reinvented. The buyside has long complained that these electronic messages from brokerage firms, expressing willingness to trade a block of stock, were nothing more than fishing expeditions to capture an order. But now things have changed and the quality of messages has improved, thanks to clinet demand, regulators and competition.
Prop shops are on the rise. With the financial crisis receding into history and new regulations targeting banks, the industry is witnessing a rebound in the number of new proprietary trading firms. And this could just be the beginning.
During a two-week stretch beginning in late April, three separate vendors announced the rollout of equities-style transaction-cost measurement products for foreign currency trading. What's behind this trend?
Owain Self, UBSs Gobal Head of Algorithmic Trading, discuss the latest trends surrounding algo trading.
Kevin Lupowitz, CEO of DirectMarkets talks about his companys new capital formation platform, which is designed to electronically link public companies with the investing community.