Category: Newsletter

Serving Our Industry And Communities

The Power of Connection by Kate McAllisterGlobal Liquidity Partners STA Chair It is hard to believe that we are almost through the first two months of 2022. There is a sense that things are starting to return to normal, offices are welcoming back employees, and mask and vaccine card mandates are being relaxed. These realities…  Read more

Serving Our Industry And Communities

Welcome STA 2022 Board of Governors: Serving Our Industry And Communities by Kate McAllisterGlobal Liquidity Partners & STA Chair As we kick off a new year, STA is pleased to announce its 2022 Board of Governors and Advisors. The composition of the 20-person STA Board, measured by its geography and representative business models, is strong…  Read more

How Lessons Learned from the Pandemic Can Lead to a Brighter 2022

New Year’s Resolutions Continuations How Lessons Learned from the Pandemic Can Lead to a Brighter 2022 By Jim Toes, STA There’s a reason New Year’s resolutions are such a popular tradition. While most of us wish we were a bit better about keeping them – how’s that gym membership working out for you? – they provide a…  Read more

Photos, Open Call Replay & Online Registration Closes Tonight!

Featured Article Greenwood Project: Opportunities for Tomorrow’s Leaders This year, STA is pleased to partner with Greenwood Project, a Chicago-based nonprofit organization that prepares high-achieving minority high school and college students for careers in the financial services industry through skills training, networking opportunities and more. Founded in 2016, Greenwood Project aims to provide opportunities for…  Read more

SEC Seeks Comments on Gamification & The Great Return

The Great Return: STA Heads Back to DC for 88th Annual Market Structure Conference Resilience is one of the defining traits of the securities industry. Over the decades, amid downturns, spirited debates, moments of crisis and, most recently, volatile markets and physical separation, our space has consistently adapted and moved forward better than it was…  Read more