Who’s Kevin McPartland?

I have over 20 years of capital markets industry experience with deep expertise in the market structure and technology powering those markets.  I am currently the head of Market Structure & Technology research and a Managing Director at Greenwich Associates, a nearly 5-decades old financial markets research and advisory firm.

I routinely presents at a wide range of industry conferences focused on fixed income market structure and the evolving world of FinTech.  I also interact with legislators and regulators, having testified in front of the Senate Banking Committee on Swap Execution Facilities, spoken publicly in front of the CFTC, and presented to the SEC’s fixed income market structure committee.  I and am also routinely quoted in the media including The Economist, Wall Street Journal, NY Times, Financial Times, ABC News, US News and World Report, Wired Magazine, Bloomberg, Reuters News, eFinancialNews and numerous other industry publications. I have also provided live and taped commentary for CNBC, National Public Radio, Bloomberg TV, Bloomberg Radio, Nasdaq TradeTalks and the TD Ameritrade Network. I am also a Forbes contributor.

Prior to joining Greenwich Associates, I worked at BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, focused on market structure and electronic trading.  Before my stint on the buy side, I was the Director of Fixed Income Research at TABB Group, having founded the practice.  Before that, I worked for Detica (formerly m.a.partners), where I was a senior manager in the Global Financial Markets division. There I was responsible for strategic and implementation projects across equities, derivatives and fixed income for the firm’s top tier investment banking clients including Deutsche Bank, Royal Bank of Canada and UBS. Prior to joining Detica, he held positions at JPMorgan Chase in both the equities and futures & options, where he managed the development and implementation of electronic trading systems.

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