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Typically, U.S. stock exchanges charge fees for certain transactions and pay “rebates” for others. A recent IEX study shows that rebates can create incentives for brokers to route orders to those exchanges that pay the highest rebates, interfering with best execution of these trades. Join Elaine Wah, the author of the white paper and IEX’s Head of Market Quality, as she discusses the study and how brokers’ routing decisions can impact execution results and fund performance.
This webinar will be broadcast live from 2:00 to 3:00 Eastern time on Tuesday, July 11, 2017.
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Head of Market Quality
In Elaine’s role in IEX Market Quality, she conducts research on market structure in relation to activity on the IEX exchange, as well as actively monitors the market for potentially manipulative activity. Prior to IEX, Elaine completed her PhD in Computer Science & Engineering from the University of Michigan, where her research applied agent-based modeling, simulation, and game theory to study latency arbitrage and algorithmic trading in financial markets. In addition to previous roles at the Division of Economic and Risk Analysis at the US Securities and Exchange Commission and Microsoft Research New York City, Elaine has a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and an MS in Computer Science from UCLA.
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