Ben Van Vliet

From MarketsWiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search




Ben Van Vliet
Benjamin vanvliet.jpg
Occupation Assistant Professor and Associate Director
Employer Illinois Institute of Technology
Location Chicago
Website www.benvanvliet.net

Ben Van Vliet is an assistant professor and the associate director of the M.S. Finance program at the Illinois Institute of Technology's Stuart School of Business. His courses include quantitative finance, computer programming and the design and development of automated trading systems.[1] Van Vliet is also a consultant for the financial markets industry on topics including mathematics, technology and management of trading systems.

In August 2012, Van Vliet introduced AT 9000, a framework for the development of a quality management system for automated trading and HFT based on ISO 9000 engineering standards.

Background[edit]

Van Vliet has co-written books on trading and investments including; Quality Money Management, Modeling Financial Markets and Building Automated Trading Systems.

Education[edit]

Van Vliet holds a Ph.D. in management science and an MS in financial markets and trading from Illinois Institute of Technology Stuart School of Business. In 1994, he earned a BA in business from Calvin College.[2]

John Lothian News Interviews[edit]

HFT Rules: Rules for the Algo Highway
Customer confidence has been hit by a number of different events over the past several years and high frequency trading (HFT) problems have been among them. Ben Van Vliet, assistant professor of finance, Stuart School of Business, Illinois Institute of Technology has been looking the creation of a standard set of rules high frequency trading participants can use to ensure safer markets. Van Vliet has helped initiate the AT 9000 system, which would implement standards for HFT design, backtesting, implementation and portfolio and risk management. Van Vliet says its important that the industry support such a project, rather than wait for regulators to dictate new standards and rules for participants.[3] Visit the Restoring Customer Confidence video series page >

References[edit]

John Lothian News logo1.png

@JohnLothian Twitter Feed

@JohnLothian: Alameda Research is a creditor, a shareholder and a borrower in Voyager Digital’s bankruptcy via @WSJ
Alameda Research is a creditor, a shareholder and a borrower in Voyager Digital’s bankruptcy https://t.co/F7aX0M2NX1 via @WSJ— John Lothian (@JohnLothian) July 7, 2022

View Page

@JohnLothian: Whither Britain’s crypto masterplan?
Whither Britain’s crypto masterplan? https://t.co/pMLleojLw1— John Lothian (@JohnLothian) July 7, 2022

View Page

@JohnLothian: Private equity platform doubles assets under management
Private equity platform doubles assets under management https://t.co/Z6E49YAI23— John Lothian (@JohnLothian) July 7, 2022

View Page

@JohnLothian: Metals industry opposes proposed EU toxic label on battery component lithium
Metals industry opposes proposed EU toxic label on battery component lithium https://t.co/yh31QAlBkm— John Lothian (@JohnLothian) July 7, 2022

View Page

@JohnLothian: UK fund managers lobby for approval of blockchain-traded funds
UK fund managers lobby for approval of blockchain-traded funds https://t.co/RpQHyGrzK5— John Lothian (@JohnLothian) July 7, 2022

View Page

@JohnLothian: Russia prepares to mobilise economy for longer war in Ukraine
Russia prepares to mobilise economy for longer war in Ukraine https://t.co/BfIGlmXTt7— John Lothian (@JohnLothian) July 7, 2022

View Page

We visit more than 100 websites daily for financial news (Would YOU do that?). Read the John Lothian Newsletter.