Travis Schwab

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Travis Schwab
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Occupation CEO
Employer Eventus Systems
Location Austin, TX
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Travis Schwab is the CEO of Eventus Systems, Inc. He joined the company in that role in March of 2015.

He was previously managing director at RGM Advisors, LLC, a proprietary trading firm located in Austin, Texas.[1] He assumed that role in July of 2011 after having been CEO of RGM Securities and before that director of clearing operations at RGM Advisors.

Background[edit]

Earlier, Schwab was managing director of global buy side sales at Trading Technologies, a Chicago-based independent software vendor.[2][3][4] Additionally, Schwab was vice president of Ebrokerage sales at Calyon Financial, Inc.

He also worked for Nyfix, Inc. as a regional business manager.

Education[edit]

Schwab holds a bachelor's degree in Finance from Loyola University of Chicago. He also attended Georgetown University.

Video[edit]

Travis Schwab, CEO of Eventus Systems, thinks firms that participated in the mad rush to build out their compliance and surveillance technologies are likely entering a reevaluation phase. That presents an opportunity for Eventus, a three-year-old compliance and surveillance technology firm.

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