Regency B (West Tower)
Many forces are converging in the options markets--exchanges with multiple execution venues, the coming of age of institutional trading, increasing pressure from crossing networks and dark pools, the need for speed to attract algorithmic traders, a variety of pricing models, increased retail interest in options--and that's just the beginning. How are market professionals and new players navigating these changes? What role will the SEC play? Will the pace of change continue or slow down?
Christopher Nagy, Managing Director, Order Strategy, TD Ameritrade
Elizabeth King, Associate Director, Division of Trading and Markets, Securities and Exchange Commission
Andrew Kolinsky, Head of Sales and Client Services, Citadel Derivatives Group
William McGowan, Managing Director, Marketing & Sales, Interactive Brokers
Robert Newhouse, Chief Executive Officer, Ballista Securities
Tom Sosnoff, Founder, Thinkorswim