Tom Regazzi is a New York-based banker working for Cantor Fitzgerald. He was previously with Citi, UBS and Barclays.
At UBS, he was managing director at the firm’s Global Synthetic Equity department. He also headed up synthetic trading at Barclays Capital and Lehman Brothers.
Johns Hopkins University
John Lothian News Interview:Tom Regazzi
Single Minded: Tom Regazzi of UBS Finds a Niche with Single Stock Futures Interview
Single stock futures in the United States were launched in 2001, but are often forgotten since their big splash introduction twelve years ago on two exchanges. Quietly, however, single stock futures have been growing nicely at OneChicago, the sole marketplace for the instrument. Through the first nine months of 2013, its volumes are up 49 percent, with 6.96 million contracts traded, topping total volumes posted in all of 2012.
This market has also caught the eye of UBS and Tom Regazzi, managing director at the firm’s Global Synthetic Equity department. He spoke with JLN editor-in-chief Jim Kharouf about how UBS uses single stock futures and the potential for the product going forward. 
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