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2015 Program

November 3-5, 2015 // Hilton Chicago // Chicago, Illinois

Wednesday, November 4, 2015 at 3:45 PM

W3:45C Self-Trades: What are they and why do they happen?

Continental C
While the industry has been working for several years to find ways to prevent self-trades, recent press reports and regulatory scrutiny have drawn attention to this phenomenon. Is there a difference between self-trades and wash trades? How is technology evolving to prevent self-matching? And what does self-match prevention have to do with disruptive trading behaviors? This panel will address these questions and more.


Remco Lenterman


Matt Haraburda, President, XR Trading
Sebastian Neusuess, Monitoring Expert, Eurex
Sam Priyadarshi, Head of Fixed Income Derivatives, The Vanguard Group
Andrew Vrabel, Executive Director, Global Investigations, CME Group
Kurt Windeler, Senior Director, Market Regulation, Intercontinental Exchange
Greg Wood, Director, Algorithmic Execution, Listed Derivatives and Foreign Exchange, Deutsche Bank