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Read my full...
It was an honor to sit on the CFTC Technology Advisory Committee
(TAC) last week. The CFTC is the US regulator for derivatives trading – which is
a big area. The topic of the first meeting of the TAC was to understand
Algorithmic and High Frequency Trading – and its impact on the market. The CFTC
Yesterday the CFTC, the regulator in charge of Futures and Options
markets, announced a new Technology Advisory Committee (TAC), chaired by the
very capable Commissioner Scott O’Malia. Read the complete...
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