Fixed Income Future Leaders USA 2017

May 16 - 18, 2017

Westin Copley Place - Boston

+44 (0)207 368 9330

 Rich Winter
Rich Winter Senior Managing Director FENICS US Treasuries
Mr. Winter joined BGC Partners - Powered by FENICS in Q1 of 2015 to build and lead it's Global Sales team. He is responsible for bringing the market's need for transparent pricing and seamless execution to BGC Partner's global, multi-channel pools of liquidity as accessed via FENICS, the engine which powers that liquidity.

Prior to joining BGCP, he was most recently the Global Head of Hedge Fund Sales and Client Development at the CME Group where he oversaw their successful entry into the cleared interest rate swap market for the Buyside. He also spearheaded internationalization at the exchange, significantly growing their client-facing presence in London, Hong Kong and Singapore. During his tenure at the CME, the exchange significantly grew it's percentage of electronically executed contracts as he focused on technology and the evolving demand for robust connectivity across platforms and technologically savvy market participants.

During his 25-year career in Finance, Mr. Winter has also held management and front office positions at Merrill Lynch, D. E. Shaw & Co., and KBC Financial Products.


Day 1- Wednesday May 17th 2017

9:10 AM All Star Panel: The big picture on market structure- What are the major developments transforming US fixed income markets and how will this change the way you interact with your sell side, platform and technology counterparts?

  • Market structure through the lens- what has changed on the back of regulation and new technology, and what remains the same?
  • Is consolidation amongst new fixed income venues inevitable and if so why is this not yet happening?
  • Can brokers still remain competitive in a new age of liquidity provision, pricing formational and reduced dealer balance sheets?
  • With more data and technology available to the buy side, what will be the long term impact on fixed income market structure?
  • What type of market can facilitate an efficient structure between buy side, sell side and platforms, and how can all market players work together to make this a reality?