GTS IN THE NEWS

What Do Berkshire, Twitter and Alibaba Have in Common?

Bloomberg

Global Trading Systems, one of four high-frequency-trading firms managing just about all the trading on the NYSE floor, is making a play for corporate clients. Read More »

THE MONDAY INTERVIEW: A former flash boy – Ari Rubenstein, CEO, Global Trading Systems

Financial Times

Bloomberg TV talks with Ari Rubenstein, CEO of GTS on DMM Deal

Bloomberg

Bloomberg US talks with Ari Rubenstein, CEO of Global Trading Systems Read More »

GTS to Become Designated Market Maker on the New York Stock Exchange

PR Newswire

GTS today announced that its subsidiary, GTS Securities LLC, plans to become a Designated Market Maker (DMM) on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), by acquiring Barclays PLC's DMM trading business. Read More »

This High-Speed Trader Says Thanks, Regulators

The Wall Street Journal

More oversight will make high-frequency trading safer and more secure, increasing investor trust and participation. Read More »

Big Investor Involvement Could Boost Bitcoin

The Wall Street Journal

Some of the U.S.’s biggest proprietary traders and investors are testing the waters for a bigger move into bitcoin, giving a potential boost to the fledgling virtual-currency industry. Read More »

Global Trading Systems Taps Credit Suisse Electronic Fixed-Income Chief

The Wall Street Journal

The New York firm is hiring Mr. Sheftel as its global head of fixed income to broaden its trading presence in Treasury bonds and interest-rate derivatives. Read More »

Oceans of Data: Ari Rubenstein Talks About the Next Data Challenge and Solution

John Lothian News (JLN)

Regulations are pushing firms to collect, store and organize data in new and complex ways. Read More »

Market Maker Leverages Sophisticated Technology

Markets Media

Global Trading Systems is a prototypical 21st trading company, combining market smarts with technology to derive a maximum ROI (Return on Innovation). Read More »

Canada’s TMX Confirms StrikeNet Buy to Link to U.S. Markets

The Wall Street Journal

Canada's TMX Group Ltd. confirmed Thursday it is buying StrikeNET, a unit of highfrequency trading firm Global Trading Systems LLC, to launch a microwave network linking new markets. Read More »

GTS’s Ari Rubenstein: A New Breed of Cat

Profit & Loss

Ari Rubenstein, co-founder and CEO of Global Trading Systems, talks about the market maker's move into the FX space. Read More »

Thank you, Michael Lewis

CNBC

Mary Jo White confirmed what everyone on Wall Street has been saying for weeks: Michael Lewis is dead wrong. Read More »

High frequency trading: More relaxed than you think

Marketplace.org

High-frequency trading is an unusual part of Wall Street where firms use supercharged computers to trade insanely fast... Read More »

Regulate me

CNBC

Earlier this month, the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) released a draft of its 2014 Strategic Plan for public comment. Read More »

Firms race to transmit Wall Street data at nearly light speed

Los Angeles Times

Ari Rubenstein, a "Star Trek" fan who counts physics as a hobby, wants to boldly go where Wall Street has never gone before: the speed of light. Read More »