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Friday, October 10 • 10:00am - 10:45am
Flash Boys: High-Frequency Trading (Newsroom)

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Are high-frequency traders fleecing the investing public? Or do they add liquidity and drive down trading costs? Perhaps the truth is somewhere in between. Two leading players in HFT tackle the issues in a session moderated by Sam Mamudi, who covers the issue for Bloomberg.

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Sam Mamudi

U.S. capital markets reporter, Bloomberg News
Sam Mamudi has been a business journalist for 12 years and has written for, among others, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Barron’s, and Institutional Investor. He is currently a reporter at Bloomberg, covering issues relating to the structure of the U.S. capital markets. He lives in New York City.

Speakers
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Seth Merrin

CEO and Founder, Liquidnet
Seth Merrin is an entrepreneur, global business leader and philanthropist who has reinvented how Wall Street can work for good and use technology to make markets safer and more efficient for investors. He co-founded and is CEO of Liquidnet, a global institutional trading network that connects more than 700 of the world’s leading asset managers to large-scale equity trading opportunities in 42 equity markets across five... Read More →
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Eric Noll

Eric Noll is the chief executive of ConvergEx Group, a New York based company that advises institutional investors on trading strategies. He became CEO last year, joining ConvergEx from Nasdaq where he was executive vice-president for transaction services. He previously worked at Susquehann International Group and the Phildelphia Stock Exchange.


Friday October 10, 2014 10:00am - 10:45am
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism- Newsroom

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