Category: Open Call

Open Call: Oursourced and Supplementary Trading Part One

Recent surveys show that more than one-third of asset managers see outsourced or supplementary trading relationships as a means to achieve operational efficiencies and a strategy to address the ever-changing regulatory and competitive landscapes. This episode is the first of two sessions on outsourced and supplementary trading and will cover three areas: An overview on…  Read more

Open Call: FinTech & Digital Assets: State of Play

On March 30, 2022, STA hosted its annual Washington DC Spring Update that featured various congressional members and business leaders. Among the topics discussed were the regulatory regime for FinTech companies and Digital Assets, and the need for congressional action. To help raise awareness and educate the broader industry, STA is pleased to provide a…  Read more

Open Call: SEC Proposed Amendments to Shorten the Settlement Cycle from T+2 to T+1

To help raise awareness and educate the broader industry on the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed rules that would shorten the settlement cycle from two business days (T+2) to one business day after trade date (T+1), STA is pleased to provide a recorded Open Call that features subject matter experts from the Depository Trust…  Read more

Open Call: SEC Proposes Significant Expansion of Regulations ATS

To help raise awareness and educate the broader industry on the SEC’s proposed rules that would significantly expand Regulation ATS, STA is pleased to provide a recorded Open Call that features legal experts from the law firm Sidley Our recording starts half way into our conversation. Therefore we recommend that you read the below executive…  Read more

Open Call Recap: Market Data Experts Weigh in on SEC’s Proposed MDI Rule Changes

On Thursday, January 27, Security Traders Association (STA) hosted an open call entitled, “Market Data Infrastructure Rule Proposed Pricing – What is Fair and Reasonable?” featuring Manisha Kimmel, Chief Policy Officer at MayStreet and Chris Nielsen, Managing Director, Market Data Management, Charles Schwab.  They discussed the potential impact of the SEC’s proposed changes to its…  Read more