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Trading Technologies (TT), a global provider of trading software, infrastructure, and data solutions, and the Athens Stock Exchange (Athex) announced that all derivative products listed on the Athex Derivatives Market are now available for trading through the TT platform and accessible to TT’s global user base. Clients can leverage TT’s full suite of tools, including functionality for spread and algo trading, charting and analytics, mobile trading, options, FIX services and API development, to trade the full suite of derivatives products listed on the Athex Derivatives Market. These include stock and index futures as well as stock and index options.

In this episode I chatted with Chief Product Officer at Trading Technologies (TT), Jason Shaffer. Having started in the pit and moved to the screen right when electronic futures were launched I have seen an amazing evolution of execution on the screen. There are more order types these days than I ever could have imagined so I wanted to do a show on pure order execution. In this podcast we covered everything I can think of about order execution. I learned a lot and I’m looking forward to reading your comments.

Trading Technologies, a futures trading system and software company, announced a shakeup in its leadership team as it promotes a slate of internal executives with the departure of Michael Kraines, president and CFO. Farley Owens has been promoted to president, Roger Mills will serve as CFO, Guy Scott is now an executive vice president in charge of global sales, and Bharat Mittal has been promoted to CTO.

Rick Lane is out at Trading Technologies as CEO and chairman, but still with the company in a non-titled supporting role for the time being, at a time when the company is rumored to be in the midst of a sale. Tim Geannopulos, the former global head of sales at Trading Technologies and a major TT shareholder, is in as the new CEO and chairman, returning to the company after a stint as a consultant and start-up investor and fintech executive. So why is this change occurring at a time when the company is reportedly for sale? There is not an easy answer, but my question in the title gives part of the answer, I think.