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21 May 2015

Where Are the Unicorns on Wall Street?

David Jegen, Devonshire Investors

Of all the venture-backed unicorns in FinTech, not one is in capital markets. Wall Street is tough to crack, but change is coming. Here are 3 areas ripe for disruption. rest of story...

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Spoofing Surveillance and Enforcement a Major Challenge for Regulators

Eric Hess, Hess Legal Counsel

Holding market access providers accountable for detecting spoofing by their clients will ultimately be more successful in preventing spoofing than all the new technology that the SEC and FINRA have invested in for two reasons: the lack of a customer identifier on orders and because spoofing requi... Continue

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