IEX Revolution Will Restore Trust in Wall Street

December 23, 2015 Parke Shissler

IEX revolution will restore trust in Wall Street

December 23, 2015,
By Michael Bontrager and Luke Zubrod

“Our firm has spent the last six years responding to Dodd-Frank’s derivatives market regulations and it is our firm conclusion that the core problem in finance cannot be regulated away. To be sure, new regulatory guiderails are an essential response to the crisis. But there are limits to the power of government action in fixing the system’s most fundamental problem – the erosion of trust.” Commentary by Mike Bontrager and Luke Zubrod. Bontrager is the founder & CEO of Chatham Financial, a global risk management advisory and technology firm in the debt and derivatives markets. Zubrod leads the firm’s public policy efforts. Chatham has no financial interest in IEX.

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