Founder & CEO, TABB GroupLarry Tabb is the founder and CEO of TABB Group, the financial markets' research and strategic advisory firm focused exclusively on capital markets. Founded in 2003 and based on the interview-based research methodology of "first-person knowledge" he developed, TABB Group analyzes and quantifies the investing value chain from the fiduciary, investment manager, broker, exchange and custodian, helping senior business leaders gain a truer understanding of financial markets issues.
Larry has published industry research analyzing ECNs; fixed income, equity and foreign exchange trading systems; back-office trade processing systems; broker workstations; analytical trading tools; infrastructure development tools; and foreign and emerging market technologies. He has written extensively on the changing market structure, exchanges and regulatory issues and business continuity as well as new technology trends in cost management, risk management, order management, best execution, algorithmic trading, dark pools, multi- and cross-asset trading, liquidity management, FIX, STP, connectivity, custody and advances in emerging technologies.
Articles by Larry Tabb
October 01, 2012If these rules are enacted, no one is sure that we will experience the perfect market that regulators are hoping for.
September 21, 2012In his testimony before the US Senate on Thursday, the Advanced Trading and Wall Street & Technology columnist Larry Tabb answers the question: What, if any, policy changes should be considered by regulators or Congress in order to better protect investors; maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets; and facilitate capital formation?
September 21, 2012In his testimony before the US Senate today, the Advanced Trading and Wall Street & Technology columnist Larry Tabb answers the question: Do regulators have adequate tools to identify and limit manipulative or abusive strategies?
September 20, 2012In his testimony before the US Senate today, Advanced Trading and Wall Street & Technology columnist Larry Tabb recommends changes to strengthen the markets without killing future profits.
August 15, 2012Many market participants are saying we need to go back to simpler times, when spreads were wider, trading was slower, markets were simpler, research was more prevalent, and capital was more pervasive. But would that really fix the equity markets?
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