Yesha Yadav is Associate Dean and Professor of Law at Vanderbilt University Law School. She is one of the world’s leading experts on financial and securities regulation. Before Vanderbilt, Yesha worked as legal counsel with the World Bank and before that she practiced regulatory and derivatives law at Clifford Chance. This week’s podcast covers:
Why the US Treasury market is fundamentally broken
The rise of HFT and algo trading
The diverges uses of Treasuries
The US Treasury and Fed don’t know how the Treasury market functions
How current micro-structure leads to flash crashes
Why the Treasury market broke in March 2020
Why regulations and microstructure haven’t changed enough since 2020
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