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 2012, trading glitches and the negative impact of HFT on markets and investor confidence is well-documented. In this segment of the Restoring Customer Confidence series, Mayer Brown attorney Zachary Ziliak outlines the three sources that will address HFT and help restore customer confidence.
Ziliak says regulatory bodies will likely continue to address HFT guidelines, exchanges are imposing new fees on HFT practices and AT 9000, standards system for HFT practices, will help establish a higher bar for HFT participants. [Read More…]
Latest posts by Zach Ziliak (see all)
- Take Two on Disruptive Trading Rules: Comparing CME Rule 575 and ICE Rule 4.02 - December 31, 2014
- CME Rule 575: Disruptive Trading Practices Explained - October 21, 2014
- High-Frequency-Trading Litigation Presents Complex Issues for Experts - June 27, 2014