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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Senate Banking Committee Hearing on Computerized Trading

The Senate COMMITTEE ON BANKING, HOUSING, AND URBAN AFFAIRS SUBCOMMITTEE ON SECURITIES, INSURANCE, AND INVESTMENT has taken an interest in computerized trading and will conduct a hearing Sept. 20 on “Computerized Trading: What Should the Rules of the Road Be?”

The witnesses will be Mr. David Lauer, Market Structure and High-Frequency Trading Consultant, Better Markets; Mr. Andrew Brooks, Head of U.S. Equity Trading, T. Rowe Price; Mr. Chris Concannon, Partner and Executive Vice President, Virtu Financial, LLC; and Mr. Larry Tabb, Founder and CEO, TABB Group. Their written statements are posted on the Committee's website.

 According to the Wall Street Journal, David Lauer "is part of a growing chorus of industry insiders blowing the whistle on approved trading techniques that they say are designed by the traders who derive the most benefit. " WSJ, High-Speed Trading in the Spotlight

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