Larry Tabb is the Founder and Research Chairman of TABB Group, the financial markets’ strategic advisory and research firm. He currently manages research and consulting for TABB Group.
Mr. Tabb is well published on many aspects of the capital markets industry and has analyzed both US and European market structure; central clearing, credit default swaps, fixed income, equity and foreign exchange trading; financial markets trading and processing systems; analytical trading tools; grid and cloud computing, financial markets infrastructure; and foreign and emerging market technologies. He has written extensively on the changing market structure, exchanges and regulatory issues and business continuity as well as new technology trends in high frequency trading, market data, risk management, order management, best execution, algorithmic trading, dark pools, multi- and cross-asset trading, liquidity management, FIX connectivity, custody and advances in emerging technologies.
In 2018, Larry was selected to sit on the SEC Fixed Income Market Structure Advisory Committee (FIMSAC) and the CFTC Technology Advisory Committee. In March 2012, the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission selected Larry to assist their CFTC Technical Advisory Committee as a member of its Subcommittee of Automated and High Frequency Trading (HFT). In September 2012 he was invited by the US Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs to testify at the Senate Subcommittee on Securities, Insurance and Investment session on “Computerized Trading: What Should the Rules of the Road be?”, chaired by Senator Jack Reed (D-RI).
Before founding TABB Group, Larry was vice president and founder of TowerGroup’s Securities & Investments practice. Prior to joining TowerGroup, he managed business analysis for Lehman Brothers’ Trading Services Division and he began his career managing various operations for the North American Investment Bank of Citibank.