Citadel Securities to bring its market expertise and advanced trading technology to the NYSE floor
On Thursday, November 19th, CNBC broadcast live from Citadel’s risk center in Chicago. CNBC reporter Kate Kelly interviewed CEO Ken Griffin, Surveyor Capital Portfolio Manager Jack Woodruff and Global Head of FICC, Citadel Securities, Paul Hamill.
A ground breaking analysis showed that retail investors got a better-than-expected deal on trades, with Citadel Securities giving the best pricing among wholesale market-makers.
Jamil Nazarali on “trade-at” reform in the U.S.: “There would be a huge transfer of wealth between retail investors and institutional investors.”
Citadel Securities' Senior Managing Director and Head of Execution Services Jamil Nazarali, also a member of the Equity Market Structure Advisory Committee to the SEC, discussed proposed “trade-at” reforms as part of a panel on market structure at the Milken Institute Global Conference.
Citadel has been ranked 10th on the People’s Picks: 20 Great Workplaces in Financial Services – a ranking of the best financial firms to work for by Great Rated!
Chief Operating Officer is profiled for his role in shaping Citadel.
Joe Squeri, Citadel’s Chief Information Officer, has been named to the Wall Street & Technology Elite 8, an annual selection of the most innovative IT leaders in capital markets.
Kenneth Griffin Written Testimony
Reports Volume Data for First Time
Alumnus Donates $150 Million to Principally Support Financial Aid
CES’ Jamil Nazarali discusses how recent hires will help expand Citadel Securities’ existing OTC client base and add new small- and mid-tier clients.
CES’ Jamil Nazarali takes part in a panel discussion about the new trading landscape, its effects on market participants and the policies that can protect market transparency and confidence.
Study finds that high-frequency trading enhances market liquidity, reduces trading costs and makes markets more efficient.