In the Margins

SEC taps JPMorgan's Redfearn for Trading and Markets

October 20, 2017

By Hillary Jackson

The Securities and Exchange Commission has named Brett Redfearn, global head of market structure at JPMorgan, the new director of the Division of Trading and Markets. "Brett's extensive markets experience and his long-standing, active engagement with investors, financial services firms, exchanges, and the SEC make him exceptionally well positioned to lead the Division of Trading and Markets," SEC Chairman Jay Clayton said. Redfearn started his career at the American Stock Exchange, where he ran Business Strategy and Equity Order Flow. During his career, he has served on the boards of Bats Global Markets, the Chicago Stock Exchange, BIDS Trading, and the National Organization of Investment Professionals. Read the release from the SEC.



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