High-Frequency Trader Blows Whistle on Exchanges; Goldman’s New CFO Has Big Shoes to Fill: Roundup

High-Frequency Trader Blows Whistle on Exchanges; Goldman’s New CFO Has Big Shoes to Fill: Roundup

High-Frequency Trader Blows Whistle on Exchanges; Goldman’s New CFO Has Big Shoes to Fill: Roundup

Former Goldman Sachs and UBS trader Haim Bodek went to the SEC after he learned that exchanges were offering some high-frequency traders a way to get their trades processed ahead of ordinary investors, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Goldman Sachs’ Chief Financial Officer David Viniar will retire at the end of January, the firm said in a press release yesterday. His replacement, Harvey M. Schwartz, will have big shoes to fill. Mr. Viniar “set the gold standard for CFOs across the industry,” analyst Meredith Whitney said in a note, according to Bloomberg. A graduate of Rutgers University and Columbia Business School, Mr. Schwartz joined Goldman through commodities trading unit J. Aron, the same business in which Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein and COO Gary Cohn started in the firm.

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