April 27, 2023
The SEC suggests that its Order Competition proposal could save retail investors $1.5B a year. We analyzed the data and determined that retail investors would actually lose $2.4B.
You can read our full comment letters on the SEC proposals here.
Market Lens: Disclosure of Order Execution Information Proposal
Market Lens: Tick Size Proposal
Market Lens: Best Execution Proposal
Market Lens: Equity Market Structure Proposals
Global Exchange Leaders: Edward Tilly, Chairman & CEO of Cboe
How can our support as DMM improve ETF trading on the NYSE floor?
How can we make foreign exchange markets fairer and more transparent?
How is Citadel Securities improving the global fixed income market?
Market Lens: Unlevel Playing Field? What 605s Can Tell Us About Tick Sizes
What does the future hold for the foreign exchange market?
How does Citadel Securities compete and innovate?
How Superior Tech Turned Bloomberg, BlackRock, and Citadel into Finance Juggernauts — and Redefined Wall Street Success
Citadel Securities 2023 PhD Summit
CEO Peng Zhao Profiled in Bloomberg Businessweek: ‘Ken Griffin’s Hand-Picked Math Prodigy Runs Market-Making Empire’
Ken Griffin on Campus
Dr. Lisa Su, Chair & CEO of AMD, on Building a High-Performance Culture
I Interned at Google, Meta and Citadel Securities. I Chose Citadel Securities.
Market Lens: Order Competition Proposal