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Bid Out with Peter Haynes

Hosted by Peter Haynes, Head of Index and Market Structure Research, this Made in Canada podcast series explores market structure issues impacting trading and portfolio management globally. The monthly series interviews industry leaders and experts across the entire spectrum of capital markets to understand trends and recent developments shaping capital markets.

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We focus in on Korea, discussing news of a competitive exchange offering and the impact of a short selling ban. We also talk about Brazil and Australia as we look to the future.
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We look at trading in the Asia-Pacific region and how it compares to other regions of the world. Hear our analysis of recent market structure developments in China, Japan and India.
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The recent Supreme Court decision is sending waves through American federal administration. Hear how it could affect the SEC's forthcoming equity market structure reforms.
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For the second half of our series, we take time to discuss shortened trading days, T+1 implications and more. Hear industry insights on matters affecting the European Market Structure.
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In the first of a series on the European market structure, listen in as we discuss issues including the London Stock Exchange's threatened position amongst the leading global capital markets.
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U.S. federal courts defer to federal agencies in areas of ambiguity. Listen in how this principle is being challenged and could erode the rulemaking powers of U.S. government agencies.
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In the second half of our series on equity algorithms, listen in as we cover algo wheels, Artificial Intelligence in algos and the process for adding new venues to routing tables.
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In the first of a two-part series on equity algorithms, our guests share why VWAP remains popular with buy side traders and how to ensure that algo strategies are properly calibrated.
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Peter discusses the current state of global markets and index events with industry executives during the 21st Portfolio Management and Market Structure Conference.
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Take a deep dive into the U.S. Options Market Structure with industry experts. What is the current state and potential growth for Options Markets?
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In this episode, we explore fault lines within Equity Market Infrastructure. Hear from two systems analysts investigating these issues as they share what goes on behind the scenes.
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Hear how Liability Driven Investing's evolved and insights into Canada's pension system with industry experts.
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May 17, 2023
Peter unpacks two new US ATSs with industry veterans Armando Diaz and Vlad Khandros. Hear about how key tolls built in could help with institutional trading problems.
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Jan 26, 2023
Index Benchmark experts tackle important global issues including the capacity limitations of ESG oriented indices and current political global news.
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In this episode of Bid Out, our market structure experts take a look at the SEC's proposed stock market structure, analyzing the many proposals and their implications.
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What went wrong with FTX and what went right? Listen in as we examine digital ledger technology and it's potential to change the infrastructure of global capital markets.
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In the second part of our two-part series on options and equity market structure, we are rejoined by Andrew Shultz, Head of Strategic Options Business at Susquehanna International Group, and Mett Kinak, Global Head of Equity Trading at T. Rowe Price Group. In this episode, Mett's feet are put to the fire with respect to SEC Chair Gary Gensler's proposed equity market structure reforms. Mett weighs in on whether auctions modelled after options market structure can be repurposed for retail equity trading. He also raises concerns about potential tick increment reforms, proposed changes that should steer away from one-size-fits-all solutions, and the harmonization of traded prices across all types of venues.
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In the first of a special, two-part series, we dive into market structure with Andrew Schultz, Head of Strategic Options Business at Susquehanna International Group. We are also joined by Mett Kinak, Global Head of Equity Trading at T. Rowe Price. Together, we discuss the nuances of options trading, as well as the mechanics of auctions for retail orders.
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We speak with European market structure expert Niki Beattie on key topics of interest in the UK, and across the continent and discuss the potential convergence of digital and equity market structures.