Brad Katsuyama

CEO of IEX and Subject of Michael Lewis' Flash Boys

Candid, concise, and engaging, Brad Katsuyama discusses the HFT controversy that Flash Boys has brought to the forefront—explaining both what is at issue with the practice and detailing how and why he sought to restore balance (and trust) to the market with the creation of IEX. Brad also discusses innovation, technology, and ethics at the intersection of the stock market, and business in general. Brad’s is a one-of-a-kind program from a true insider.

BIO

Brad Katsuyama is the CEO and co-founder of IEX, America’s newest and fastest-growing stock exchange. Brad and IEX were featured in Michael Lewis’ best-selling 2014 book Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt, which was highlighted on 60 Minutes and other media outlets around the world.

IEX was founded in 2012 after Brad and several colleagues left their jobs at the Royal Bank of Canada to build a fairer, more transparent stock exchange designed to protect investors and publicly-traded companies.

Brad has been featured as the cover story of the New York Times Magazine, The Globe and Mail,  and Bloomberg Markets.  He was named to the Fortune, Crain’s New York and Canada’s “40 Under 40” lists, won the “Adam Smith Prize” at the Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards, and is an Ernst & Young “Entrepreneur of the Year.”

Brad Katsuyama is the CEO and co-founder of IEX, America’s newest and fastest-growing stock exchange. Brad and IEX were featured in Michael Lewis’ best-selling 2014 book Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt, which was highlighted on 60 Minutes and other media outlets around the world.

IEX was founded in 2012 after Brad and several colleagues left their jobs at the Royal Bank of Canada to build a fairer, more transparent stock exchange designed to protect investors and publicly-traded companies.

Brad has been featured as the cover story of the New York Times Magazine, The Globe and Mail,  and Bloomberg Markets.  He was named to the Fortune, Crain’s New York and Canada’s “40 Under 40” lists, won the “Adam Smith Prize” at the Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards, and is an Ernst & Young “Entrepreneur of the Year.”

Media

"Brad was well received and will be one of those speakers the executives talk about for sometime."

Belmont University

SPEECH TOPICS

Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt to Restore Trust to the Stock Market

Ethics and Capitalism

Technology and Business

Building and Leading High Performance Teams

From Intern to CEO