Brett Redfearn

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Brett Redfearn
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Occupation Director, Division of Trading and Markets
Employer Securities and Exchange Commission
Location Rye, New York
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Brett Redfearn is director, Division of Trading and Markets at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. He was named to that position on October 18, 2017.[1]

He was previously head of market structure, global markets at JP Morgan, after having served there as global head of liquidity and algorithmic trading, as well as the Americas head of products for electronic client solutions within global cash equities.[2]

He has been a frequent contributor at policy forums surrounding U.S. equity markets, and has been an active participant at several meetings of the SEC's Equity Market Structure Advisory Committee.

Background

Previously, he was senior managing director in the global equities division at Bear Stearns & Co. where he was responsible for market structure strategy and exchange relationships.

Prior to Bear Stearns, Redfearn was at the American Stock Exchange where he was senior vice president of business strategy and equity order flow. In addition to serving on the boards of BATS Exchange and BIDS Trading, he is a regular speaker at industry events and chairs the SIFMA Equity Markets and Trading Committee.

Education

Redfearn received a master's degree in political science from the New School for Social Research in New York and a bachelor's degree from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash.

References

  1. SEC Names Brett Redfearn as Director of the Division of Trading and Markets. SEC.gov.
  2. Panelists' Biographies Roundtable to Examine Short Sale Price Test and Circuit Breaker Restrictions. SEC.