The Future of Financial Trading Transparency
The Future of Financial Trading Transparency
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June 01, 2017

"The last 30 years have seen dramatic changes in financial trading. Exchanges that previously featured loud and vibrant trading floors are now much quieter digital spaces, and over-thecounter (OTC) trades once handled on the phone are today routed to electronic quotation and trading systems. Those who embraced computer-assisted trading early on, like Interactive Brokers founder Thomas Peterffy and Bloomberg co-founder and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, have come out as clear winners of this change." by Péter Szilágyi and Cecilia Bán

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