Fixed Income Future Leaders USA 2017

May 16 - 18, 2017

Westin Copley Place - Boston

+44 (0)207 368 9330

 Rick Mcvey
Rick Mcvey CEO MarketAxess
Richard M. McVey founded MarketAxess in April 2000 and has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer since the firm's inception. Under his leadership, MarketAxess has emerged as the leading electronic platform for corporate bonds, creating an efficient and competitive marketplace for over 1,000 global institutional investors and broker-dealer firms to trade a broad range of credit products. Mr. McVey led the company's initial public offering in November 2004 and in 2015 the company had revenues of over $303 million, and a market capitalization of over $5 billion.

MarketAxess has introduced multiple innovations in trading technology to increase the transparency and liquidity of global credit markets. The company has developed a range of new and innovative trading tools to connect bond buyers and sellers, including investor-to-multi-dealer and all-to-all electronic trading solutions. MarketAxess has been awarded 13 patents for trading technology.

Mr. McVey began his career in the futures industry and joined J.P. Morgan & Co. in 1992. From 1992 to 1996, Mr. McVey was managing director and head of J.P. Morgan's North American futures and options business, and in 1996, he was chosen to be J.P. Morgan's head of North American fixed income sales and investor client relations. Mr. McVey previously served on the board of directors of Blue Mountain Credit Alternatives L.P. and now serves on the board of directors for the Miami University Foundation and the Colby College Board of Trustees. In 2012 Mr. McVey was Ernst & Young's "National Entrepreneur Of The Year" for financial services and has also been named to Institutional Investor's "Tech 50" nine times.

Mr. McVey received a B.A. in Finance from Miami (Ohio) University and an M.B.A. from Indiana University.

Day 1- Wednesday May 17th 2017

10:30 AM Fireside Chat: Innovate to aggregate- How to leverage innovative technology to connect a fragmented market together

  • What can you do from an efficiency standpoint to connect a fragmented fixed income market together?
  • The risk around data and analytics- how can you reduce fragmentation and understand different data points from different systems?
  • How can you gain data insights for a trading desk to maximize transparency and better understand when and where to trade?
  • How can you set up internal systems to discover this information at your discretion and make this into helpful, manageable data?
  • How can buy side use TRACE data, and platform data, learn how to use it, incorporate it into their portfolio and integrate this into their systems?