Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 16: Sifma Ops, Nasdaq, Fixed Income

Dan talks about his trip to Miami while Anthony discusses fixed income.


Dan starts the show off alone again and talks about Sifma Ops 2016 (1:15) and rants about the hype at the conference around blockchain (1:59). Anthony gives Dan a ring (7:11) and Dan shares some thoughts on Miami (8:00). Anthony then discusses Dan's piece on the Internet of Things (12:20). The two chat about Dan's cover story on Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld (14:07) and the work Anthony's done on fixed income this week (19:01). Anthony also shares his expert opinion on the Kentucky Derby (21:42). Dan wraps things up making a major announcement about the future of the podcast (28:00).


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Links to articles discussed:

Sifma Ops 2016

Chertoff: Internet of Things is Biggest Future Cyber Threat (BST Version)

Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld: Slow and Steady

Electronifie Seeks to Double Enabled Traders, Triple Active Users By Year End

Panelists: As All-to-All Trading Inches Forward, Single Dealer Platforms Wither

Dancing in the Dark: Fraud Shapes Dark Pools

Agile: More Mentality Than Methodology

Sell-Side Technology Awards 2016: All the Winners and Why they Won


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Anthony: @a_malakian; Anthony.Malakian@incisivemedia.com

Dan: @dandefrancesco; Dan.DeFrancesco@incisivemedia.com 


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Past episodes:

Episode 1: Bloomberg Terminals, Work Force Issues

Episode 2: Blockchain, StatPro-Investor Analytics Merger

Episode 3: Dark Pools, SEC, Enterprise Risk 

Episode 4: Flash Crash, MiFID II, Blockchain on the Buy Side, DMMs

Episode 5: Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 5: Linux Vulnerability, Bitcoin vs. Blockchain

Episode 6: FBI vs. Apple, LSE-Deutsche Börse Merger

Episode 7: Machine Learning, Climbing the Corporate Ladder

Episode 8: Consolidation of Risk Platforms, Open Source

Episode 9: Cyber Risk North America, Deutsche Börse-LSE Deal

Episode 10: Markit-IHS Merger, FIA Boca

Episode 11: Future of Exchanges, Bussmann Departure, Apple-FBI Closure\

Episode 12: Open Source, Reg AT, Panama Papers

Episode 13: TruMid, Innovation Labs

Episode 14: NATAS, Sell-Side Technology Awards

Episode 15: Consolidated Audit Trail

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