Exchange Invest 2612: FTX GUBU Loans
“SBF is arguing that he is entitled to $5 million Directors and Officers Insurance from FTX.”
Exchange Invest 2582: Binance Pushing For SRO?
Binance fronting an SRO at first glance struck me as akin to say, Cosa Nostra coordinating a small business convention?
Exchange Invest 2574: Collateral Confusion
Turns out the SBF hail Mary format bail bond involves leasehold land…
Exchange Invest 2531: Cloud Pro Quo LSEG MS
SBF’s Mom clearly didn’t realise she could star in her own morality play and get well ahead of the effective altruism curve.
172 Exchange Invest Weekly Podcast December 3rd, 2022
Congratulations to FESE and European issuers (Federation of European Securities Exchange) just celebrated its 10th award for SMEs Small and Mid-Cap companies.
Exchange Invest 2520: SBF Has Only $100K
CBOE digital stakes revealed - finally! - after being trailed in August while TASE and Bulgaria release their results and FESE celebrate their 10th anniversary of the EU SME Awards with EuropeanIssuers - well done - and BSE completes a management swap with NSE filling their CEO position.
Exchange Invest 2509: CHESS Check Mate?
Finally, we get a headline which is not Bitcarnage related, although it is carnage down under as ASX finally blinks in the face of a project which has been such a disaster even many FTX fanboys might have spotted the train wreck.
Exchange Invest 2502: FTX Sellout
The proposed Binance-FTX deal will enable/entail a fair bit of DD and that will somewhere along the line likely shake CZ’s resolve in some way as whatever was the problem in recent days has not gone away and it is not clear Binance has unlimited resources either.
117 Exchange Invest Weekly Podcast October 23rd, 2021
NASDAQ results rock the week as DB1 has an outbreak of growth, and CBOE buys a digital arm in ErisX while in listings, Bakkt SPAC a Go Go, and Nigeria's NGX is listed too.
114 Exchange Invest Weekly Podcast October 2nd, 2021
IEX targets “Reddit Retail”, Beijing Stock Exchange already testing their SME platform, while we await the possibility of a China Crackdown. Meanwhile, the FCA says “No Time to Die for Libor”.