Only sort of. I spoke to Bloomberg Radio today about predictions from Vikram Pandit that 30% of bank jobs will be taken by robots. Listen in here.
The more things are changing, the more interesting it is to do research. And thankfully change doesn’t seem to stop coming. The last decade has seen the market structure geeks move their focus from swaps, to high frequency trading, to corporate bonds, to US Treasury bonds, to blockchain, to machine learning and, most recently, back […]
Every month or so I have the pleasure of talking with the folks at the Benzinga #Premarket morning show. The listener base is predominantly retail which isn’t really my focus, however I love that they give air-time to market structure issues as they are as important to retail/professional traders as they are to the big institutions. […]
I’ve been meaning to post this one for a few weeks. Just before the debt ceiling debate ended and S&P did its thing, I spoke with Benzinga Radio about the progress we’ve seen since the passing of Dodd-Frank. Yes – there has been progress (keep any eye out in the next few days for some […]
Following a panel I moderated at Telx’s CBX event I spoke with a reporter from NPR about latency, co-location, high frequency trading and everything in between. The one sound bite of me they used in the podcast is about 3 minutes in where I refer to a move from milliseconds to microseconds in only a […]
Mr. MCPARTLAND: Reporting requirements will provide a lot more transparency to regulators as to who is doing what and who holds what positions. KESTENBAUM: Would this have stopped the AIG problem? Mr. MCPARTLAND: It very well might have with the data available, but also with the regulators in place to be routinely monitoring it, watching […]