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"finra" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"You know if you went on on our external websites you would see A lot of literature on them. We're doing continuous feedback down malls with firms to get feedback to basically transform the way she looks externally to our client base and it's based on api's common services One finra is a word that we use often and just kind of taking the silo. Departmental historical aspect of venera. Which would ultimately you.
"finra" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"To baylor and you know twenty minutes into the basic asked me questions about their problems. And i'm like okay. Well let me tell you i. I was just very articulate insane. I understand the problem. Here's what i do. And i said okay. You got yeah. I knew coming out of that interview. Twenty minutes into it that unless something really dramatically negative happens somewhere else i was i was going to get the job and So when i when. I resigned from chicago stock exchange. They offered me the ceo job to stay. Wow i de of that as well. I contemplated it for a weekend and So i started talking to some of the people that were my peers. Like the chief legal officer chief Sales and marketing guy. Like i'm contemplating staying. And i would be come the ceo because the the trading floor firms were the ones pitching not me Board the executives was was coming training for who technically own. The exchange are the members they. They're the ones that have the equity. And when i was talking to the My my peers would then become my subordinates. I well basically said they would leave So it's basically you know kinda viewing. It may be not as their superior in in reality and so the cactus. I may well. I'm after completely rebuild. This management team how to work and that was kind of the reason that ultimately said i'm ahmadi because this place implode with that decision in so then. I made the difficult because the reason i witnessed wanted to do it is personally only my kids out of out of school and moving to the east coast. Yeah lot of pressure against that right or the times were five and three But yeah so. I guess the point there is you know we're talking two thousand twenty years ago Promoting a cio to a ceo. I mean it's common now. I guess i i would think common but yeah it certainly happening to some extent. But you're right that that is really make a remarkable. That was absolutely not at all common back. Then that's the point you've talked about the The the cloud migration of course and this is the iteration. It's been the kind of deepest one. What you've done with. Finra has been the. I assume anyway deeper than your past experiences. I mean some of those past experiences or was relevant but in sending compute to the cloud in making that an enormous priority. And so on You talked of course about the the steps of that In some what the end actually appeared to be some very conservative. You thought you were kind of theater setting up kind of the best case scenario kind of you of this new turned out that it wasn't even the best case scenario in terms of what this would look like In an now of course the advantages the you're reaping from this during times of times of uncertainty and You know but i i'd be. I'd be interested. Stephen asking a little Finding out a little bit about the As you go through this technical changes what are what are some of the processes you think about process modernization. What are some of the things that come to mind that you know. Especially in recent years. You've been working on To change things to modernize the organization the biggest thing. I think many organizations gap this you know when in the circle talking to my peers is that particularly with amazon. Their whole ideology around software in technology is automation where the software process build test. Deploy devops I obviously had an advantage in that. When i went into finra two thousand thirteen they had very mature devops process In so we had a stop in that regard in anal when i tell the The clouds story a lot of people. As i would say most people nowadays understand that you have to have matured devops in order to properly navigate the trans formation because To take advantage of it to take advantage of cloud computing particularly the amazon of it. You have to have Kind of automation in your veins So we we were at least in a good position to jump in that because we understood it. We have made a lot of progress on it in our data center processes in internal on prem But i would say that. In that time in the last seven years the amount of focus and further progress maturation of our data ops automation has been material You know. I don't know three times four times ten times. Whatever the number but it's something that we kinda learn the in order to do at least amazon web services cloud computing properly to use their services. The way they were designed you have to. You have to take the human element out of your software processes. And you know everything. From patching deployments fasting end to end and i think some things that you know my my key. Leadership leaders have rocking nyse embraced. And it's it's a fundamental part of the transformation and you know people look at so. Yeah that's obvious. And yeah that makes sense. But then they don't have the know how and the wherewithal to actually make it happen. Which is a lot of discipline. It requires to do to build a lot of capabilities that initially require investment. But don't have any real business value associated with them kinda like internal stuff like it oriented investments. That don't have any. They don't change the business Now you'll look back on. Say well we just had a. We do an independent assessment every year of our our cyber because our board is very concerned about it so in fact we did too so by this year we had verizon.
"finra" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"In the data center and was generally not given the the money the and the Kind of Multi year patients if you would actually implement that which which required right off on the balance sheet in some accounting things that companies generally will only be able to entertain when their inner transformation in distress where investors analysts are gonna give them the benefit of the doubt to kind of get to a turbulent period. Where they're going to have writedowns asset losses to kind of get rid of all that old staff in rewrite it with modern technology so when When grandfather came in two and a half years after i started we went to dinner His fourth a ceo of up nasdaq at the time eeo Short on the roadmap and said here. I've got a plan. It's gonna take three years. When have you have to give me liberty to do some nasty stop on the balance sheet in terms writedowns of of assets There's a there's a light at the end of the tunnel in it's it's a good one So he basically in that dinner. You know my collection at dinner. Over and over and over and over and over kind of reinforces how right i was. I probably wasn't as right in wasn't as confident as i am. In retrospect but the net of it is he said go. Do it any any let me do. It didn't bother me for three years. And technology essentially drove that transformation coincident with an ideal in the stock went from six dollars to forty six in those Two and a half years while completely technology. Transformation wasn't really lead at all by the business. It was fact not much happened in the business during that period Was i was the one that would take me on the analyst to assault yet and it was like you know we couldn't divulge insider information. But i kind of learned here in that period what you can can't say analysts Hint hint but we a plan. I get rid of the staff. Can't give you the numbers exactly. But you know they may god and then they started supporting us in rating on says a by and So very different story there was growth. One are chicago was gross. Nasdaq was cost takeout. Getting rid of legacy systems in that And then room. You could argue that. It's girls because of the volume increase. Yup it's not really a revenue driven growth model x. Chicago is more we had to do it. In order to survive Me the most positive person would say that we would be. It would be the same today. Had we not done this because of the shift in the volume in in the markets I think you know where nasdaq was working for their first. Ceo the one that hired me. Which would have been gregor his boss right. That was a skepticism. About investing in multi-year initiatives particularly going after writedowns and balance sheet transactions. And so it really required a turnaround person in grinds out the come in and say i'm in my honeymoon. I can do some disaster to our balance sheet for two and a half years. If i can prove that in the end three years from now this is gonna be a healthy company from financial standpoint. That was luck may not have happened and they could have hired somebody. That wouldn't have done right right exactly l. tag ahead enough. Track record that That point my career. I could say okay. We're going to go to the cloud we need to go to the cloud. It's going to save us money. Give us demand elasticity in it was like people. Look at me and said okay. We don't understand what you're talking about exactly trust so very different stories Not really i think of common theme other than it. Crat yeah yeah. That's clearly the extent to which it lead in each of these cases. And i mean it's mom's mind boggling to think about it doing so in a time like ninety six or ninety seven when i mean the the vast majority of it departments were support organizations little by the the businesses that they were part of You know which is why they reporting the cfo's typically and the less ceo knew about it the better. Perhaps some you know. So i mean. That's that's pretty remarkable that at that early age you were able to do to the but also due to your own insights develop at credibility and actually one thing that comes through steve. I've i've thought about this past conversations between us but you're certainly underscoring this. Is you also and i have to imagine that from among other places your time at University of chicago business. School where i if i recall correctly studied finance. You've got an unusual financial acumen for an it leader and as finance especially in the financial services industry. I mean i would argue. Actually in any industry should be but in the financial services industry especially we're finances. Language is the essence of the business. Where you can. I mean even talking about balance-sheet write-downs a lot of cio's today would necessarily understand the mechanics of what you're describing and You know having the credibility to walk through the financial implications of what you're talking about the the kind of good news in the medium and long-term it a despite some of what might appear to be bad news or more difficulty for the short term. You know that that that's an unusual skill set to be able to talk about the technical aspects but the painted in Because i have to imagine it'd be some of these. Ceo's we're not technologists weren't as savvy as you are did know about as much about technology as you knew about finance. And so you're able to kind of bridge that gap on a topic. That's still probably as eric to some extent. I you've you've mentioned just there. We don't understand what you're talking about. But we know you've done this before vernet credibility to take us down a path that otherwise would seem pretty risky. Totally fair Yes so nineteen in the nineties. That was Ancient history relative jail today akwa ever told his story in but also net gregorian. Rick catch the ceo hired me away chicago You know the recruiter was very much skeptical of my ability to get the job and kinda wanted went to new york to meet her. She's like giving me the sense. You know you may ask for you. Aydin dansk for you. What basic thing to to through in. And i had a twenty minute interview up in trumbull with john. Hickey who i was replacing was the segio reporting.
"finra" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"I'm peter hi. President meta strategy book author forbes columnist dan your host. I'm excited to share this conversation. With steve ranch the chief information officer of finra a non-governmental organization that regulates member brokerage firms and exchange markets. St graciously shared his thoughts on a variety of topics featured in my upcoming book getting to nimble how to transform your company into a digital leader the available for preorder now on amazon or through getting to nibble dot com in this interview. We dive into several of the book's themes including process technology ecosystems. Steve discussing some of the sweeping changes he's made across his career. Such as how is inverted finres entire. It organization to be platform oriented also shares best practices related to cloud computing business. Early and broad adoption of that technology is perspective on. It's role in driving value in a variety of other topics. Stick around after the interview to hear more about the five themes of getting to nimble or visit getting nibble dot com to learn more. Thank you this. Interview began with steve sharing his thoughts. On what makes an effective it organization. So i think For me a big part of this is. I think we've talked about this but i think effective modern. It is it that leads. The business through transformation so in a lot of the existing thinking is that i teach not leave the business that it should that that's dangerous in the. It should be given their working orders from the business As it that gets ahead of the business leads the business. It goes awry and deliver stings. Don't make sense. Don't get implemented. I think i think there's a lot of history supporting that Today yesterday twenty ago effective. I t should be able to leave the business in proposed innovations transformation ideas that through technology. That maybe the business isn't Capable of doing my approach has always been to take an it. Organization in transform it into an organization is most capable potentially the strongest department in the organization relative to the business departments talent and innovation and idea generation to basically just take risks in. Stick our neck out there and be transformative in. So i think to your point. That's how you become relevant. If i think about my years at nasdaq when i went into nasdaq in two thousand has been. It was literally three or four years away from becoming obsolete because of electronic communication networks that were far more nimble less cost effective faster more performance in while we did acquire two of them which helped we also build a modern low latency trading system at the same coincidental to that until so in essence got rid of our legacy platforms and transformed to be more like the modern stock exchange and that was done by being aggressive leading not waiting to told what to do by the business in basically Running ahead of the organization. So i think Certainly at fenra that has been me. It was going to the cloud and completely transforming our systems to become ubiquitous. Running location agnostic completely. Elastic environment has been I think you could argue at least for market surveillance. We'd be dead in the water right now. Had we not done that. Amir volume has gone from thirty billion market events today at five hundred in the time that we've done that that's almost a twenty fold Increase in our capacity. We went from three thousand total logical. Oh ashes in our data center to a hundred and ten thousand in the cloud So i guess my point. Is that aggressive. I it I t the doesn't wait to be told what to do. It that pushes. The boundaries proposes ideas proposes innovation proposes in leeds. Transformation is the way to go. And i think i've told you that you know when i look for jobs and consider opportunities one of my key factors is worse. It in your organization is viewed as a cost center. You know later down under the cfo or ceo or is it directly reporting to the ceo with a seat at the table of the executive management committee. And that's the way it's been for most of my cio career. You know the exception would be city. Which is understandable because monster organization for the other three. That's absolutely been the case. And i think if you look at history of those three organizations they all had major. It driven trans business. Transformations dealing my tenure. And how much so. What's interesting Steve is at this point. You have the experience in the credibility not to mention i. I would imagine the confidence just personally to undertake this And i can only imagine that for each of these organizations while you'll help me with us but there were different differing levels of understanding the changes that needed to be made obviously than ideal situation. If like everyone else already is kind of sold on the change and you can just get to work. You don't have to go through the you know the The time to go through the explanations and the weeks or months just to get going because you need the buying of the rest of the team. And so i imagine they're different. Different teams took longer to get to where you needed them to be Because i mean. I would imagine. Many of them were used to being. It lead in a way to describe. And so i'd be. I m maybe with an i if you don't mind my suggesting steve within within the objective like counseling of cio. Who would wish to operate as you do but either find themselves currently in a situation or are about to join a new situation where they need to make the case. How do you make the case. How do you make that change happen. I think in each case it was a bit different in.
Robinhood to allow buying fractional shares of GameStop, AMC
"But we start off with game stopped or game on check. Today's price action on wall. Street's hottest stock maybe one out of stock game. Stop gaining more than two percent while other heavily shorter names like costs. Amc and blackberry also posted gains robinhood easing trading restrictions today allowing users to buy fractional shares in game stop and amc but these socks are still down big for the week. So what is the current state of this read rebellion that has captured wall street's attention let's bring him back bassani so we got a couple of big questions for you number one here. Can we actually say that. The rebellion is over based on what we've seen over the past couple of days when we know that restrictions have still been in place on trading the stock. I found a the main is over. But it's found a level and. I think it's subsided. I mean just look at the the volatility today remarkably low and i know you mentioned restrictions but what restrictions there's someone robin hood but trade. It almost fifty million shares. I mean heck of a lot of people are trading robin woodstock. It's not a bunch of russian sitting out there so there's very few restrictions out there and i don't think that's a big inhibition for the stock right now has short interest. Come down enough to the point where we say that short-squeezes over we know that it's dropped significantly over the past week or so down by more than fifty percent or something like that but it's still pretty high. It's it's a moving target. I see different numbers every day. And it's actually fairly difficult to get a real accurate number. Clearly we can say it's way down. Now here's my bet. Bet see new shorts on this story coming in. I wouldn't be surprised if we gotta level at fifty percent and it stayed there for a long time because a lot of people still feel even ninety dollars this thing. This is ridiculously over-priced. There are plenty of people who had ten dollar bloat numbers on this just a few months ago. So it's a moving target. But i wouldn't be surprised if there were new shorts coming in in the weeks ahead last question we have for you tonight. Regulation where would it come from. Who would be the target. Yellen really being smart here. She's being a leader. She's going to channel all this energy and she just knows what she's doing. I'll tell you what the concern the street has is. This could morphine. Do some kind of broader investigation. So finra has always been there the regulators of the brokers finres already said. We're looking at game of vacation of trading that's a hornets nest because immediately you can start saying it's the site you have suitable for your investors. Do you have a balloons going off. Or when people make a trade you have hot trades of the day at the top with this induce people. Who would not normally make these trays to do that. And engage in behavior. That is not suitable for their type of investing. That's a real hornets nest. Melissa i know the sec is looking at mark manipulation. That's a different story. I think that's going to be a very tough case to prove. I'm not sure that what happened here with red confines with the normal indications of some kind of pump and dump operation. I think they're gonna have a hard time proving that particular one. Yeah thank you.
The Great Remittance Mystery
"Remittances the money that migrants people living and working abroad sent to their countries of origin, and there are as many as two hundred and seventy million people around the world in that situation, sending money to their families because of that remittances have become a vital source of financing for many developing countries the sums of money are huge. In fact, the amount of money sent in remittances is greater than the sum of all investments made by foreign companies in developing countries combined, and it is more than tripled the amount of aid that governments provide those. Countries. So when the coronavirus pandemic took hold on economies went into lockdown, no one was surprised when the World Bank predicted a twenty percent drop in remittances for this year, the lines after woman massive layoffs particularly in the US has the largest number of migrants and the World Bank warned of dire consequences for some developing economies that rely heavily on the cash that those workers send back home but nearly eight months in that correction has not happened remittances. This year have been steady, and in some cases, they have actually risen remittances to Mexico for example, jumped nine point four percent in the first eight months of the year it is. A mystery. Mystery, we love mysteries at the indicator. So. The break hired is that remittances are flying high even luke global growth circling the drain Hattie Hirsch cracks the case with a little help. Support for this podcast and the following message come from each trade you want to invest your money, but there's one problem you're not sure where to begin. Luckily, there's e-trade who offers more than just trading each rates simplifies investing without the financial jargon and has the people to offer guidance and support to make your money work hard for you. For more information visit each trae dot com slash NPR, e-trade securities see member Finra SIPC. Laura Karen is a specialist in development economics and a consultant at the World Bank. She's also reading for Doctor Economics at Columbia University. Welcome Laura. Thank you so much for having me a pleasure and I should say that I came across your research in a story and one of my favorite daily emails the conversation and you cited this staggering number in twenty nineteen migrants sent a record five, hundred, fifty, four, billion dollars back to their countries of origin, and that's up twenty percent in three years compared to two, thousand sixteen. So what's behind that jump? There's a couple of factors that are behind that. So one of them is in the last few years, we've seen healthy growth in popular destination countries. So part of it can be attributed to growth in the United States and also increasing flows coming from the Gulf Cooperation, Council countries and from Russia as well. So what you're saying is that because these economies are doing very well or happened how did you very well? During that periods, it means that there's more money being paid to these migrant workers, more migrant workers earning money, which means they're able to send more money home exactly and another big push that's causing this increase in remittances and I'm speculating a little bit here but let me draw from some of my other research, which is highlighted the boom in the use of mobile money and online or digital finance providers. So it's getting easier and easier to. Send money home digitally in one of the reasons for this is the penetration of smartphones right about that exactly right smartphones or even you know feature phones are getting more and more common around the world and our unlocking these digital and online finance solutions which are making it cheaper and easier than ever before to send money across countries and back home to migrant worker families. How would families have done that I would migrant workers have got that money? Back in the past then before we had digital technology, there's a lot of different ways traditional wire transfers but as well informal channels. So for example, a migrant worker might take cash home when they visit home for a holiday or to see their family and those are really hard to measure. So it's not until recently that we've gotten a good idea of how big these floods really are as some of these things are starting to come to light. So it it it may be. That's. The data is just skewed by the fact that there wasn't so much transparency in the past because of the informality of these transfers whereas now there's much more transparency because it's so digital and therefore easy to track. It's still something that is notoriously difficult to measure, but it's getting easier and easier as things move into the digital world. So, fast forward to earlier this year the global reaction to the spread of, Covid, nineteen, we had lockdown social distancing layoffs, plummeting growth numbers, bankruptcies, more layoffs, massive declines in household income from many workers, and yet remittances stay steady and in some cases even rise I mean, that's kind of mystery. How is that? Right? So the first reason is that migrant workers are often essential workers in their destination countries. So they're not necessarily losing their jobs as much as we might expect, and in some countries like in France in Spain and Germany qualified migrants who were not allowed to work in certain. Sectors before especially essential sectors like doctors or nurses are now being allowed to work in those sectors as part of the pandemic response use mentioned in the story that altruism on behalf of my coworkers might have something to do with this. Can you talk a bit about that? So a lot of migration research in the past has pointed out that one of the main reasons migrants move to another country to work is in search of better opportunities for themselves but also for their families and to be able to provide for their families and it's been established in the kind of migration literature that. Remittances tend to rise when things are bad at home. So you would expect remittances to fall when things go badly but instead they rise and that really gets to the heart of what migration is about. It's about providing for their families as best as possible even though they're struggling in their destination, countries are presumed that. The government stimulus right where people got in some cases more money than they would otherwise earns ripe especially in the United States with the unemployment benefit supplements I'm assuming that that stimulus would have had some effect on this. Is that correct? Exactly. So some migrants have been benefiting from these government stimulus for one example in California even. Migrants were allowed to receive stimulus checks and some researchers have linked to an increase in remittances especially to their families in. Mexico. So this extra stimulus spending is also being translated back home
FINMA Releases Guide on Stablecoins Same Risks, Same Rules
"The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority known as Venema has released new stable coin guidelines today. The report notes an increase in stable core projects since two thousand eighteen. FINRA confirmed that they received a request from the libra ascending station for an assessment of its libra project under the Swiss Supervisor Law. Finna would treat stable coins just like existing blockchain based tokens were they focus on the economic function and purpose of a token. States quote the requirements under Supervisory Law may differ depending on which assets, for example, currencies, commodities, real estate or securities. The stable coin is backed by and illegal rights of its holders and quote the Liberal Association is seeking a Swiss payments license as they asked, Finnmark for an assessment of how they classify the plant libra project and issuance of a stable coin under Swiss supervisory law according to Reuters. The Liberal Association stated quote we're engaging in constructive dialogue within Ma, and we see a feasible pathway for an open source blushing network to become a regulated low friction, high-security payments system, and quote.
"finra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"FINRA NYSE SIPC pick now the new president trump dismissed media reports of tensions among leaders of the G. seven group of industrialized nations meeting in France trump said everyone was getting along very well and in a tweet trump also added our country economically is doing great the top of the world correspondent Hedrick snow report six people were taken by ambulance from the PGA tour championship after lightning struck a pine tree at the Atlanta course around the fifteenth and sixteenth green to lightning strikes this according to the U. S. PJ in a statement with lightning striking Sri near the sixteenth being the Paul full whole day brief from that causing the injuries China said it strongly opposes Washington's decision to levy additional tariffs on billions worth of Chinese goods and warned the U. S. of consequences if it does not end its quote wrong actions sat Miller's Bloomberg sports update on a real shocker from the NFL as Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew luck at the age of twenty nine is announced his retirement it's been a difficult process but my wife my family my friends Mister Ballard Mr say they're sick family in front right have been incredibly helpful support of and I'm so grateful for them luck was the number one pick in the draft in two thousand twelve years been battling calf and ankle injuries among many other issues in a seven year career including a torn labrum at MetLife stadium the sinks down the jets twenty thirteen Sam Donaldson a TD pass the time on gumtree Donald eight of thirteen for ninety seven yards Alonso had a go ahead three run Homer in the fifties forty first of the year tying the Mets single season record for homers held by Carlos Beltran and Todd Hundley however the Braves got homers for Mazda gal bees Josh Donaldson and Freddie Freeman and a key to run single for Ronald a **** your junior which put them ahead for good as a picked up a nine to five when Alonso not letting two losses in a row get them down we've been extremely resilient all year and yeah I mean these these two losses are tough but I mean all of us I mean in this locker room or a pretty pretty high character guys I mean we've come a lot come a long way to get here and we still have a really good opportunity ahead of us brand Brock took the loss for the Yankees ended up losing to one of the Dodgers in LA Justin Turner with a two run Homer in the third off losing pitcher CC Sabathia he what the first for the loan Yankee Ron Erin judges fifteen home run yanks loaded the bases in the life but Kelly Jansen struck out both my Topman and Gary Sanchez for the save they have to spend it playing a land of the tour championship because of thunderstorms in the area and unfortunately for spectators were injured after lightning struck a tree off the sixteenth two they were taken to the hospital with reportedly non life threatening injuries play will resume in the morning Justin Thomas with a one stroke lead with a blooper sports update on Frank Gehry.
Wasabi just landed $68 million to upend cloud storage
"What Sabi Hobby W A s A._p._i.. Hot Cloud Storage Saba was created by Geoff Flowers and David friend. You may remember them from carbonite earlier. Enterprises <hes> really smart guys who figured out this how they started carbonate that they could write data to disk sequentially instead of block by block which speeds <unk> speeds things up but also makes it less expensive. I guess they're kind of go hand in hand so was Sabi using this patented technology is enterprise class cloud storage storage but it's one fifth the cost of Amazon S. three and six times faster and it secure as you can get at eleven nine of durability because they do things like integrity check they go through your data and make sure it is unmodified. They do things like it make you can make designate data immutable. This is exactly the answer to ransomware say that data may not be changed by anything including you know fumble fingered employees or bad guys. This is just as secure even more secure most cases than on prem storage. It's hip complaint. It's FINRA compliant C. J.. I S. compliant. It's fast. It's affordable. Oh and it uses the Amazon S. Three A._P._i..
"finra" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
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"finra" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Dealer. Member FINRA SIPC. So let's go through the three states that have got the issues Florida, Georgia and Arizona, Georgia's let's start with Georgia's Georgia's a close race is. So it's a close race where the democrat candidate refuses to concede as Stacey Abrams as votes continue to come and trickling, and this is normal. They're always to trickle in this race happen to be very close. But she's not trying to win by conceding in Georgia. Which is kind of unique you have to get fifty percent of the vote if when you're running for governor if you fall below that there's a runoff between the candidates who received the two highest vote totals that Brian Kip is it like fifty point three. So if enough votes come in by December fourth the runoff would be December fourth if enough votes committed to take him down below two forty nine point nine nine. Let's say it's not a run-off between he can't wait three. So that probably gives him a a threshold of about what thirty thousand which you would think. If the vote pretty equally it's not gonna go down below fifty percent. When is Georgia saying that they are going to be done with their county cameras is recused himself. He's he actually resigned. That's another big issue. Here is Florida as well. Is it Florida? They're supposed to be county. How many votes were cast in Broward? The number keeps changing. They don't even know the total yet. So even if you're saying that we have all these uncounted votes that we found they did number of total votes. Cast keeps changing. As they report. So I mean, literally there it's the finding votes problem. That is concerns Republicans in this case because it is a democrat stronghold number line six. Yeah. Let's go to Susan Collins from France on line six. Susan welcome to Jay segula live where in France. I'm in the Paris suburbs. Okay. I'm a I'm a Miami Dade voter by for the federal elections. Dr. Duran representatives. And so I it about four weeks ago, I sent my ballot in and it's very clearly on those ballots that if it doesn't get there by the daily election that we will not count. And I don't understand why everybody's talking about counting. All the ballots that are late. They just shouldn't count. Go. No, go ahead and finish up. I just wanted to say being in France, I know another system of elections, which doesn't seem to have any of these problems. We all have paper ballots and they're all counted by Monday morning after a Sunday election. Here's the issue. That's going. Here's what's going on in Florida. So you look this is not a statewide recount right now. Now, it may get to the threshold where it is. But it's not that. So right now, these are not recounts these are additional ballots being discovered. So let's let's not confuse it with a recount. This is a surprise surprise Nelson loses Gillan loses the other two are the Senator electing governor elect and shockingly Broward County Miami Dade finds ballots. That's really what's happened in Florida. Georgia's is different. Georgia's a close race is a question. We'll go down to the threshold. Are they doing any recounts and Georgia right now? I don't think there's a big. No, no, no, no. Although the spread by the way, I said thirty thousands more like this is a hundred thousand we talk about early voted. There's also absentee ballots to be counted. And these are big states big turnouts, those are still trickling in but not for much longer. If if there's no shenanigans as we keep saying, they shouldn't be trickily a much longer in Georgia, and we should know pretty soon. If again, Brian Kemp there is able to keep that fifty point three margin, by the way. Again leading into a runoff again. I think that you know, you'd have the president reengaging it'd be the race of the next two weeks because they have December fourth. But again, I really don't believe we get there. If if this is fair because usually if if you're saying, generally, we've got absentee ballots, generally, we have early votes. There's a they kind of balance out each other. Well, some in Florida is that the counties were Rick Scott. His file these lawsuits are Broward and Palm Beach county. That's not a balancing out place. That's probably two to one democrat to Republican. So you will only you will only increase democrat votes by recounting there and show by in one of these counties in Palm Beach county what Rick Scott is alleging with the is it their election. Supervisor is using their own judgement to the tournament voter intent over whether the damage or incorrectly filled out absentee ballots and not allowing the impartial. Witnesses. The caller said, so this person is is you filled out your ballot wrong. No tells you on there if you fill this out valid that's it. That's it. Right. It's pretty clear there. Now going back to look at the intent. Did they mess up was? Where's go down which is happening now? And they're not letting they're not right now. They're not right, right. There will be court proceedings to get them access. Right. So you got two issues legally access, and then once you're an access is the process that being utilized ballot under the constitution. But you gotta get access. That's you start with access. All right. Let's go ahead and take another phone call. I'm Marie in Florida. We asked for Florida college, Georgia college, Arizona 'cause we're getting Maria. Welcome to Jay Sekio live. How are you? Good. I was an assistant bowler in county. Okay. Spray some electric when voters command they are given a paper ballot process. The numbers are counted. At the end of the evening, the electron ick number has to match with the paper. Ballot. Those ballots than box GOP transfer to h central location. And then counted there. However, those paper ballots have to match. Number of voters. Sped actually came man. So I don't understand in Broward County, Al they cannot have or have lost four hundred thousand ballots. Yeah. Well, I mean, again, the four hundred thousand dollars that coming out of Arizona. Yeah. Well, we don't know out of Broward is at all how many votes are out saying that is one of the problems, you shed light. I've been a Florida voter before in a in a primary. For elections before. So and in some local elections, so not just primaries in local elections. It is a little different the electronic for. It's like a paper electronic hybrid. They're one of the issues is we had a caller who was a Florida voter sit there absentee ballots from France. Is why does this work? So well, France in our constitution, we allow the states to operate this by doing so national. It's really the secretary of state's who set the framework for what kind of ballot us how this is Florida. You heard from Maria. They get you get a paper anyo electric. Did. They gotta match the paper the electric you can see right there. Areas for the potential for abuse. Now, I am not accusing most of these election workers are doing it out of the goodness of their heart. This is not a pleasant prairie job. But it does open the door for abuse. It seems like the door opens in the same counties over and over and over again. Let me read your headline from the brower this from the Broward paper. Okay. We're not accusing anybody of anything Broward election supervisor illegally destroyed ballots in Wasserman Schultz race judge rules. Okay. That's not us. That's the newspaper the sentinel, which is the main paper, they're one of the main papers there. So the Broward County supervisor of elections office. And that's what you're talking about. These are state election offices county election offices violated state and federal law by destroying ballots from two thousand sixteen congressional race.
"finra" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Dealer. Member FINRA SIPC. Good question was posed during the video are put together. Some of the brakes we have a far Facebook comparison cope audience who watched the broadcast that way instead of listening through radio that on at least a recount ski. How like these at the you go from a no on closer to a yes on confirmation. So what is the no on proceeding to a vote, but then switching to yes. On actually. Affirmative vote to confirm a nominee to put bread cabinet on the street court fan, very unlikely her constituents Alaska may be upset about this. I'm sure they are contacting her office. But it is very unlikely to go from a nomenclature, which is just a vote on whether or not there should be a vote a final vote, and then to an affirmative vote to approve someone it's much more likely that you go from a vote to be okay with cloture technically voting against something. I think that's right, Jordan. I mean, I think if you're a constituent of Lisa Murkowski, you should of course, continue to call her because there's nothing saying that she can't change her mind. But look the rationale that would be an involved. There would be she would have to say, I don't think there's been enough debate. I don't think it's time for the debate to end. But even though I don't think the debate should end. I'm gonna vote. Yes. For judge Cavanaugh. I don't I don't think that's likely to happen, Jordan. I think she's probably the fourth most likely to switch at this point. I think the three limos. Likely are all currently in the yes column to be Susan Collins, Jeff flake, and Joe Manchin, I think that rationale makes a whole lot more sense than flipping the other way. All right. Let's go right to the phones. One eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten Terry Collins from Maryland, Terry, thanks for whole non make sure after your question or comment. Hang on. We're going to do one of our books as well. Terry pre sheet that. Okay. Thank you. All right. Well, my question is. Only votes. Yes. If he's not really technically needed because everybody else is already in is that really helped him in getting elected people are not stupid. You know? I mean, if he were to and his vote was really needed. I mean that could really help him. But you know, he's gonna say I'd say I would say the word soup. I'd say it's more. How educated you are. So our listeners Terry broke it down very easily. You understand what we're saying? Is that he's not going to be necessarily by the way, he could be, but it's tough to count on him to be the vote that pushes Brad Kavanagh over. He be much more easier for Joe man, should just be an add on vote for Brad Kavanagh and it puts him in easier situation. So he gets to tell us constituents voted. Yes. And I do think that helps him I mean, I'll be honest because most most of his constituents are not going to break it down to did. He do that. Because he was it. Didn't it didn't really matter or not they're going to see it. Ultimately as a a yes vote. Now, it would be different. If he is the deciding vote, I think he could probably politically use that to his advantage in West Virginia. If he so choose, but they'd have to also determine what could happen to his democrat support wherever base that is there for him. What may happen for the national party as well? So I think just to answer your question. That most people not going to say that's stupid. It's just how educated yard up to speed on this. This is this is splitting hairs this is coming down to. Well. Did this vote actually be was this a vote that matter? I mean, typically, they're all votes that matter would you add them up. I mean, you got to get to fifty one. But it's what we're talking about this single individual democrat be the vote that pushed it over the top. And she could see again, I appreciate our audience. You see the great questions that come from our audience because you are all very well informed. And you ask questions take another one of those right now. One hundred six eight four thirty one two that's one eight hundred six eight four three one zero talk to on the air Kathy calling from Arizona online for Cathy Walker. Jay segula live. How dare thank you for taking my call, Kathy. I just wanted to say, I think it very disheartening that constituents back home that don't have the means to travel to Washington either because of money whore. That we can't be there and look at flake Murkowski or whomever, right before they go into vote and let them know. Hey, this is what the people back home a wanting you to do it. So I just wanted to say, please. I keep them all in prayer. I want God to influence them. But please remember the people back home, not just the squeaky wheels that get to travel to Washington. Yeah. You know, I've been involved in some of these larger kind of what did he call them? Protests are events in Washington DC on the mall, and usually those work accompanied by pro protest, or whatever you wanna call it that were happening all over the country. So that you could say it's not just here in Washington, but it was happening everywhere. And this was a sample there'd be thousands of people in Washington, but theory, thousands of people in Atlanta, Georgia, and you know, in Phoenix Arizona as well. What here we're seeing is one Washington is a democrat base and sort of the surrounding area. So it's very easy to get the activists on board to the group's report money into getting this confrontation. I don't really see by the way, I'm not really endorsing this this idea. Either of Republicans are conservative groups funding people to go confront an aggressive way. US senators ways also with the potential put yourself in jeopardy of being arrested. It just doesn't seem to really add up to the values of the more conservative and Republican movement. That doesn't mean you give up your right to protest or let your voice be heard. This is just a kind of a leftist way. I think it's unfortunate that they have had the kind of influence. They have had because it is such a limited amount of people. We're not seeing protests up all over the country. And I mean, it is Washington. It's pretty easy for the left to put together a protest. Yeah. And I would say two things Jordan first of all this is why the ACL J exists. I mean, this is. Why we put petitioned out on any number of issues? We can be your voice here in Washington DC. That's why we break it down state by state and show, the senators who in their state is interested in a given topic. And the second thing I would say Jordan. I can tell you from firsthand experience. I think calls into senator's offices make about as much impact as those as those protests are those events do. And and I mean in this particular case, I think there are a number of undecided. Senators that are out there that could still be called. I mean, if you're in the in the states for Senator Collins center flake or Senator Manchin, and you can't get to Washington DC. I would say pick up the phone and call their office. And let them know what you think about the judge. All right. Let's try to grab another call one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten I told you today. We're not gonna wait to the final segment broadcast to try to take a lot of calls because so many people that hold on like, Deborah Arizona online six who's also been hold on Denver you to a Hague on after your comment or question. And I want to make sure we get you one of our books as well. Thanks for holding on. Jordan, thanks for taking my call. And you talked about your listeners being informed. But I thank you for informing us when I want something, that's balanced and truthful and not intentional. I tried to catch your show on Sirius radio. So I appreciate you guys as well. As definitely the support of Israel. Only true friend. I kind of I'm kind of reiterating what other people instead, unfortunately, Senator flake is just like his name is a flake always has been. But I know what I did was I picked up my phone and called his office and said the time one of your constituents misses you represent us. And I'm thinking about not just Tammy. He's opposed has political aspirations after the Senate. Also, some of these other people that are sitting on the fence, doesn't it help the fled their phone lines as well. Listen, I think that their phone lines are being flooded, not really the physician and right now, I don't think I need to give out the number because I think that we've had checking in basically these phone lines for these key senators are pretty flooded that big says a constituent like you, Debra, absolutely. If your constituent Jeff flake, if you're a constituent of Susan Collins, if you're a constituent of Joe Manchin, you absolutely have the right? And if you have the time pick up the phone, call the you know, the other side is do your right now. And again, I think that we could be limited in this. I think that most senators have made up their mind, but but again, there are those handful remaining Jeff flake, certainly is one of those who has still not been clear. He's kind of said I played a vote. Yes tomorrow. That's pretty said unless something else is to occur. Twenty eight twenty nine hours for something else to occur. That for Jeff flake that could mean just being convinced by someone like, Chris. So you get a pretty open ended statement would not be nasty this we want these people to vote in a positive way. So again, I'm not going to cast dispersions on them. I do think that they you could say that they have been these are senators who put themselves out this position by publicly take your roles that they are undecided or feel like they're gonna vote. Yes. But they're not one hundred percent stand up on our chat that if you can't get to their DC office, call their state office, especially if your constituent if you live in Arizona kick it to the DC office for Jeff Collins, Arizona office as well. We'll got a minute left in this segment. We come back. We will focus all your phone calls, which I think have been great for by listening to I know, not everybody can call into the show, but it kind of focusing it on the key issues in.
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"And how else can i set these people besides looking at sandra well that's obviously the best way i would look and try to find anything you can about it it's difficult and if you ask them for referrals guess who they're going to refer you to talk to their best clients you can tell you can look and see if there's been any complaints go on the insurance websites to see if there's any complaints that you can go to the rights i didn't go to the broker check and check the the five or whatever go look at the finra as well now is it just a couple of people in the boutique firm or is it a bigger firm and these are just happened to be the people you're working with see whether there's like five total people advisers and then of course the staff i would want to see what the strategy is i i wanna see why they're accepting not not i necessarily i would want to do my my due diligence check with them but i can the person that sells insurance only the only option they're going to have to sell you or has the insurance is the only solution they can bring to the table is.
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"So does thinner have to report to any other organization is there anyone looking into finra finra derived all of its power from the securities and exchange commission so the sec is a federal regulator subject to all kinds of good things like you know freedom of information act requests finra is just it's a quasi governmental organization but if you and i wanted to get documents from them you cannot foia them they don't have open meetings and while they do have to report to the sec you know they're pretty much on their own and a lot of these things that you and i are talking about i don't see a lot of activity by the securities and exchange commission looking into how finra is running it's arbitration operation i want to open up our phone call susan we have craig morgan ville new jersey craig how are you hey how you doing guys so i used to work in wall street back in the eighties slash nineties but and there were other things going on it's a shame they were very talented women are still are my question is are there any women on his finra board and if there are are there in fear of their jobs if they say anything or try to do the right thing i really don't understand there are certainly women arbitrators i think that's what you mean who are looking at these cases and judging these cases and actually finra has come under a lot of pressure in the last four or five years about the the diversity of its arbitrator database which was largely white men over the age of sixty and so as they came under increasing pressure they have made an effort to get more diverse group of people so yes there are women overseeing some of these cases outcome susan how come it's not even outnumbered or how come they're not getting i guess cold on any of this and how come they're not be more outspoken they must be in fear of their jobs as well yeah i did one was somebody who is very close to me in a very high but affirmative i'm not gonna say who was in the business anymore but there would be like if she came back from a meeting there would be like garbage or used half eaten food phone on a desk sometimes human feces.
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"finra" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Finra sipc pick from bloomberg television here's david western joining us now is dr stephen corwin the new york presbyterian hospital since ego back to the program so you are the ceo of a very large and influential hospital but before that you were a physician explained to us as a position how did we get here we go here through a series of a lot of mistakes overprescribing of the opioids oxycontin and things of that nature creating pain alleviation as a top priority of hospitals so that we were really prescribing a lot of these things and then getting to the point where we were using them for purposes that they were never meant to be used for chronic pain in cancer is one thing having your wisdom teeth taken out as another let's talk about some practical things that can be done we had our schneidermann the attorney general of new york state in a little earlier this month and he said well thanks new york is really working on his limiting the number of pills you could prescribed the first on the whole thing actually president referred to cbs's doing so we get seven instead of fifty or something do you had that experience at new yorkpresbyterian absolutely and we're monitoring now opioid prescribing habits of every one of our physicians so that we can detect an anomaly were somebody's overprescribing a needs to be trained or overprescribing and we need to say hey cut it out so that's one thing we also have a lot of progr trans in place to be able to if somebody comes into the emergency room with an overdose to get them the help that they need not just reverse the overdose air more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings global business news 24 hours a day book dot called the radio mobile app on.
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"To see you they've got to make decisions quickly and these decisions that can be a lifelong relationship that you're creating with my clients i'm attached the hip with them were have an absolute minimum and the annual review every single year for as long as there breathing or or ambulatory or or whatever so you have to make the decisions quicker ak so what can you do and i see this many times you know some people come in and they're very trusting and other people come in and holy cow the hope you have to go through they keep coming back and asking you know for for more references and where can i go to look you up in the best placed to figure out if an adviser is going to do the job is references from people let you know ask your friends who they're using and what their thoughts are and if it sounds like a good fit go siham but reference i think a number one but a couple of other places that you can go do seat you due diligence on line is listen i i do both sides of the of the financial world i'm a holistic by 7 percent of us can do balpa securities th the risk monies and the insurance instruments which are the safe money instruments that we utilize more putting a portfolio together and so oh finra would be the security side finra you can go in of finra and online and look up any advisor out there who was a register representative another place that you can go if you're talking about insurance producers or agents you can look them up simply by going to let your states d y department of insurance owing to hampshire's the and h d all.
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"Finra sipc influential conversations from bloomberg television here's julia chatterly joining it is cloudy our discount thinking of fat great to have you on the show you can send about falling behind with iran the case he option the opportunity to ares is pretty huge now is creating huge is clear but legal sean hannity we in the last seven years we found more than fourteen billion borrows we have being the most in burien time all this for asia so now we are very focused on developing award we have found in a very effective way so aware not in a position to to warn lou for everything we are looking for a ruth staff by the in any case where it good portfolio in this for asian ehud discoveries we'll wait a thing or two states as unilateral sanctions will that ruling out i think that the sun shone are still there there are still there from a financial point of view from about hugh is not easy also now without new sensors to me business the braves so i think that we are to understand unilaterally i don't know if they can happen because that is something that fm between different countries in a move to allow agreement we have to wait and see what is to hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings hmd global business news 24 hours a day dot com the radio mobile app and on your radio.
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