Preface.- Opening address: Ian Domowitz.- The impact of electronic trading technology.- Dialog with Erik Sirri.- Regulatory Initiatives: Implications for Competition and Efficiency.- What the Buy-Side Needs.- Market Quality: The Big Picture.- Dialog with John Thain.- Divergent Expectations.- Participant Biographies.- Index.
Opening Address.- The Impact of Electronic Trading Technology.- Dialog with Erik Sirri.- Regulatory Initiatives: Implications for Competition and Efficiency.- What the Buy-Side Needs.- Market Quality, The Big Picture.- Dialog with John Thain.- Divergent Expectations.
This book is an augmented account of Technology and Regulation: How Are They Driving Our Markets?, a conference hosted by the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College on May 1, 2007. The text includes the edited transcript of the full conference: four panels and the major presentations of three distinguished industry leaders - Ian Domowitz, Managing Director, ITG, Inc.; Erik Sirri, Director of the Division of Market Regulation, US Securities and Exchange Commission; and John Thain, who was CEO of NYSE Euronext at the time of the conference. The book also includes a related paper by Paul Davis, Mike Pagano, and myself: "Divergent Expectations," Journal of Portfolio Management, Fall 2007. My co-editors and I have worked diligently to make this book, like all the other popular books in the series, more than an historical record. John Byrne, Antoinette Colaninno and I have edited the manuscript heavily for clarity and unity of ideas.
Considers the impact of both technology and regulation on equity markets and trading
Includes contributions from leading academics, practitioners, and regulators in a lively format