In many ways, 25 years is a long time…a quarter of a century, two and a half decades, half of my lifetime. And in other ways – the pace of change in our industry, watching my children grow up, the expansion of our firm – it feels more like the blink of an eye. Either way, it’s a good point at which to pause and reflect on how far we’ve come since I founded DRW in 1992 while trading in the Eurodollar options pit at the CME.
We are excited to welcome Adam Garner to DRW as Global Head of Fixed Income Options.
Excessive weather today granted Phil Robertson and the crew of ChinaOne Ningbo the win in the inaugural M32 World Championship. With rain squalls gusting up to 40 knots, principal race officer Mattias Dahlstrom was unable to hold any racing on the final day, and Robertson’s nine-point advantage on the leaderboard meant the New Zealander becomes the winner of the first ever world championship for this lightweight 32-foot catamaran class.
With 15 high-speed catamarans firing out of a reaching start, day one of the inaugural M32 World Championship was a big, fun learning curve for the teams.
Don Wilson fights manipulation suit from Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
A leading derivatives trader accused of market manipulation by a US regulator is making a last-ditch bid to avoid a trial.
In the high-profile fight between the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and trader Don Wilson Jr., the first point has gone to Mr. Wilson.
Two court cases currently slogging their way through the US judicial system could help define the enforcement powers of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) for decades to come.