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2016 Program

Thursday, October 20, 2016 at 2:15 PM

T2:15B The Growing Importance of Retail

Continental C
The amount of volume attributed to retail trading has been growing steadily over the last 10 years. How are retail traders approaching the market? What impact are they having on listed derivatives markets? How is the industry responding to the needs of retail investors? This session will provide a profile of today’s retail investor, give an overview of retail participation in derivatives markets, and discuss how retail is becoming an increasingly important segment of the market. 


Richard Repetto, Principal, Sandler O'Neill & Partners


Patrice Hénault, Head of Futures & Listed Options, Director, Saxo Bank
Nick LaMaina, Senior Vice President, Strategic Brokerage Services, TradeStation Securities
J.B. Mackenzie, Managing Director, Futures & Forex, TD Ameritrade
Mark Omens, Executive Director & Head of Retail Sales, CME Group
Dan Ryba, Vice President, Futures Brokerage, E*TRADE/ OptionsHouse