Sell-Side Technology deputy editor Dan DeFrancesco and WatersTechnology US editor Anthony Malakian record a weekly podcast touching on the biggest stories in financial technology.
Dan starts the show off by himself talking about the SEC's decision to publish the CAT NMS plan for public comment (:53) and what that means for the overall timeline of the massive database. He then briefly touches on a story idea he has around user experience (10:10) before calling Anthony (11:04), who is on vacation. The two chat about what Anthony's missed while away from the office (13:40) and his thoughts on Tom Brady's four-game suspension being overturned on appeal (20:00). Dan then wraps things up talking about the absurdity of the NFL Draft (25:47) and why HBO's "Silicon Valley" is so awesome (29:50).
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