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September 21, 2014
 
 
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BBA alumnus interviewed by 60 Minutes, New York Times, Globe and Mail and more

Apr 4/14

Brad Katsuyama (BBA in Finance '01) has been making headlines since his debut interview aired on 60 Minutes on March 30, 2014 for his role in Michael Lewis's new book 'Flash Boys' in which Katsuyama is depicted as the hero.

At Laurier, Katsuyama was on the football team roster for two years. He now runs IEX - the Investors Exchange - a new Wall Street trading platform he founded.

BBA alumnus, Brad Katsuyama, in the news:

60 Minutes: "Is the stock market rigged?"

The New York Times: "The wolf hunters of Wall Street"

Business Insider: "The hero of Michael Lewis' new book is a mysterious stock exchange that Goldman Sachs loves"

CBC: "Brad Katsuyama says his aim is to make trading fair"

Financial Post: "Canadian says 'moral compass' led him to solve unfair gaming of stock markets by high-frequency traders"

Globe and Mail: Canadian Brad Katsuyama's 'overwhelming' life as hero of Michael Lewis's Flash Boys

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