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Exchangify Webinar
Financial markets and regulations are in a constant state of evolution and some products naturally move to become "exchangified". In this webinar, Julie Dixon (TITAN) and Travis Schwab (EVENTUS) examine the current state of markets and discuss best practices for compliance.

Jun 9, 2020 03:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Julie Dixon
CEO @Titan Regulation & Advisory
Ms. Dixon is the Founder and CEO of Titan Regulation & Advisory, a premier provider of regulatory compliance and finance and accounting advisory services. Titan manages compliance programs for financial services firms including: hedge funds, private equity firms, broker dealers, exchanges, ATS organizations, robo-advisers, banks and others from its servicing centers in Chicago, San Francisco, and the New York metro area. Ms. Dixon’s experience includes more than 20 years as a large and small firm CCO, managing large and small firm compliance departments and representing firms in their interactions with the SEC, CFTC, NFA, FINRA, NYSE, NASDAQ, CBOE and State Attorney Generals.
Travis Schwab
CEO @Eventus Systems
Mr. Schwab is CEO of Eventus Systems, Inc, a regtech software company headquartered in Austin, TX providing trade surveillance and market risk systems to financial intermediaries worldwide. For 25 years, Travis has worked across a diverse set of companies in front, middle and back office roles across asset classes. Before founding Eventus, Travis was the CEO of RGM Securities, the broker dealer subsidiary of one of the largest proprietary trading firms in the US before being acquired by DRW in 2017. Before RGM, he was Managing Director of Global Buyside Sales at Trading Technologies. Prior to TT, Travis was Co-Head of North American eBrokerage Sales at Calyon Financial. (currently Societe Generale). Earlier in his career, Travis had management roles at NYFIX, Inc. (currently Itiviti) and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Travis received his BBA in Finance from Loyola University in Chicago.