“Asset managers have stepped up.” So says Amy Borrus, the Executive Director of the Council of Institutional Investors, in her conversation with Ronan and JR. In this episode, we dive into how say-on-pay changed the game, dual-class share structures, and how today’s workforce is demanding value-based change. Recorded October 20, 2021
Otros episodios de "Boxes and Lines"
Fact, Fiction, and Finance: Hamilton and Burr
38:43Think you know the story of Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr? Think again. Andy Kaplan, former partner at Greenlight Capital and Partner at Freedom’s Edge Cider in Maine joins guest host and IEX colleague Jayme Abrahamsen to tell us what gets missed in one of America’s founding myths – and why we should care. Recorded December 7, 2021.
Are you there Instagram? It’s us, Wall Street with Ri Sharma (Founder, Wall Street Confessions) and Brian Hanly (CEO, Bullish Studio)
48:50As part of our #BoxesAndLinesLIVE event in October, Ronan and JR were joined by Ri Sharma, the voice behind Instagram’s @wallstreetconfessions, and Brian Hanly, the CEO of media company Bullish Studio, to discuss the social media and finance culture. Tune in for a no-holds-barred conversation about how Wall Street is changing for better or worse, how financial professionals are getting their news and information today, and how the online and social media conversation has evolved. Recorded October 13, 2021.
DeFi and Blockchain Finance with Dave Olsen of Jump Trading Group
38:23Dave Olsen, President and CIO of Jump Trading Group, joins Ronan and JR to discuss smart contracts, DeFi, the Solana blockchain, and how the Pyth Network is bringing financial data into this ecosystem. Recorded October 27, 2021.
Shareholder Stewardship with Amy Borrus of the Council of Institutional Investors
41:03“Asset managers have stepped up.” So says Amy Borrus, the Executive Director of the Council of Institutional Investors, in her conversation with Ronan and JR. In this episode, we dive into how say-on-pay changed the game, dual-class share structures, and how today’s workforce is demanding value-based change. Recorded October 20, 2021
European Markets, Post Brexit with Niki Beattie of Market Structure Partners
35:02Niki Beattie, CEO and Founder of Market Structure Partners and Non-Executive Chairman of XTX Markets and Aquis Exchange (among other corporate governance roles), joins us from the United Kingdom to give Ronan and JR the 411 on equity market structure in the European Union and UK post Brexit. We’re diving deep on regulators, dark pools, systematic internalizers, consolidated tapes, retail trading, and more. Recorded October 5, 2021.
Ape Nation Comes to Wall Street with Dave Lauer and Matt Kohrs
1:00:55In our latest #BoxesAndLinesLIVE series, we took on the meteoric rise of retail trading over the past year. Since the start of the meme stock phenomenon, a new generation of retail traders have taken to Reddit forums to exchange stock (er, "stonk") tips and flood the social media airways with theories about Wall Street. Meanwhile Bloomberg IBs fly with speculation about what the mysterious “retail community” really understands about how the markets work. But we don’t need to live in the dark any longer! Dave Lauer and Matt Kohrs join us to break down those barriers and serve as inside interpreters between retail and institutional trading. Recorded October 11, 2021.
Measuring the 15-Microsecond Dash with Professor Eric “Batch” Budish
39:13Ronan and JR are joined by Eric Budish, the Steven G. Rothmeier Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, to break down the methodology and results in his paper “Quantifying the High-Frequency Trading ‘Arms Race,’” his well-known batch auction market design, and the usefulness of putting a dollar value on vaccine capacity. Recorded July 28.
Benchmarks and Baseball with John Cosenza of Goldman Sachs
41:55John Cosenza, Head of Americas Electronic Trading and Global Co-Head of Electronic Products for Goldman Sachs, joins Ronan and JR to dig into the factors shaping trading dynamics in 2021, from the erosion of displayed liquidity to fragmentation to tick sizes – and some sports statistics on the side. Recorded June 30.
The Legislative and Regulatory Balancing Act with U.S. Congressman Jim Himes
25:23Congressman Jim Himes, a leading voice on the House Financial Services Committee, joins Ronan and JR for a discussion of retail trading, cybersecurity, and the 2021 DC landscape. We dig into the factors and interests at play, and discuss potential solutions, compromises, and opportunities for finding consensus in a polarized environment. Recorded June 11.
I Heart NYC Real Estate with Sarah Gibbons-Scheets and Spencer Levy of CBRE
48:59In our first #BoxesAndLInesLIVE series, we took on the big questions from every New Yorker: What will post-Covid NYC look like? What’s the health of the real estate market in the city? And when will we be back in the office? Experts Sarah Gibbons-Scheets and Spencer Levy from CBRE, the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm, joined Ronan and JR from CBRE, to weigh in on the trends they’re observing, the outlook for growth, and the indicators they’ll be watching most closely in the coming months. Recorded March 25.