Tradeweb video series part I: A look back at the past two decades

Victor Anderson sits down with Tradeweb's CEO, Lee Olesky, to discuss the highlights and challenges the firm has experienced over the last 20 years.

Tradeweb, the global fixed-income trading platform, is about to celebrate its 20th year in existence, growing from a fledgling startup founded in the mid-1990s to one of the most popular and pervasive names in the fixed-income industry. Lee Olesky chats to Victor Anderson about a number of milestones the firm has passed on its journey, from opting to use the internet as its connectivity backbone at a time when its future was anything but certain, to the extent to which buy-in from the platform’s buy-side and sell-side community has ensured its continued viability during times of plenty and crisis. 

In this clip, Olesky touches on the defining moments – both personal and as a company – over the past 20 years; how the fixed-income trading landscape has evolved during the course of the last two decades; and where is the industry going in terms of trends and challenges facing fixed-incomes market participants. 

Click on this link for the second video of this two-part series.

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