Managing Partner Zach Ziliak has seen both sides of the HFT universe. A As a quant at an investment bank, he developed trading algorithms. As an attorney, he represents firms covering the whole Investment spectrum. As a participant in the AT 9000 initiative, he is working on the development of quality management standards for the testing of high frequency and … Read More
Ziliak Law Partner Zach Ziliak wrote a guest commentary on John Lothian News on 9/12/13; it is excerpted below. To read the full article, please click “read more.” Guest Commentary: Regulating Automated Trading, Not Just Chilton’s Cheetahs The Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Technology Advisory Committee (CFTC TAC) met Thursday to address swap regulations and automated trading (AT). Most press attention … Read More
Managing Partner Zach Ziliak surveys the state of play for automated, algorithmic, high-frequency, and quantitative traders in the U.S. regulatory environment. Highlights include recent actions taken by Congress and regulators, likely future regulation, and industry response.
Prior to opening Ziliak Law, Zach Ziliak was invited by Marketswiki.tv to speak on HFT practices in January 2013. The full article (excerpted below) and video is available by clicking “read more.” High-frequency trading (HFT) has been in the financial press a lot over the past several years. From the Flash Crash of 2010 to the collapse of Knight Capital in … Read More
Managing Partner Zach Ziliak’s summary of, and commentary on, the CFTC Technology Advisory Committee meeting, October 30, 2012.
Ziliak Law Partner Zach Ziliak wrote a “featured commentary” for MarketsReformWiki in October, 2012. Roundtable Recap: SEC’s Technology Panels, October 2, 2012 On Tuesday October 2, 2012, technologists from automated trading companies told the Securities and Exchange Commissionthat the industry would benefit internally from enhanced quality control and externally from the adoption of safeguards like “kill switches.” [Read more…]
Managing Partner Zach Ziliak’s summary of, and commentary on, the SEC Market Technology Roundtable, October 2, 2012.