Patents by Inventor Dean Furbush

Dean Furbush has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 8301539
    Abstract: An electronic market for trading of securities includes a plurality of client stations for entering quotes for securities and a server process that receives quotes from the clients, aggregates the quotes and causes a total of all aggregated quotes to be displayed for a plurality of price levels on the client systems. The market uses a graphical user that depicts aggregated quotes in an aggregate window a plurality of price levels of a product traded in the market. The market also includes processes to handle lock/cross market conditions, match-off of order flow and provides a central quote/order collector that interfaces to disparate order delivery systems to minimize dual liability of market makers.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 9, 2001
    Date of Patent: October 30, 2012
    Assignee: The Nasdaq OMX Group, Inc.
    Inventors: Dean Furbush, Richard G. Ketchum, Daniel B. Franks, John Malitzis, Thomas P. Moran, Peter Martyn
  • Patent number: 8296216
    Abstract: An electronic market for trading of securities includes a plurality of client stations for entering quotes for securities and a server process that receives quotes from the clients, aggregates the quotes and causes a total of all aggregated quotes to be displayed for a plurality of price levels on the client systems. The market uses a graphical user that depicts aggregated quotes in an aggregate window a plurality of price levels of a product traded in the market. The market also includes processes to handle lock/cross market conditions, match-off of order flow and provides a central quote/order collector that interfaces to disparate order delivery systems to minimize dual liability of market makers.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 9, 2001
    Date of Patent: October 23, 2012
    Assignee: The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc.
    Inventors: Dean Furbush, Richard G. Ketchum, Daniel B. Franks, John Malitzis, Thomas P. Moran, Peter Martyn
  • Patent number: 7801795
    Abstract: A method for trading a security in an electronic market includes entering an order at a client station for executing against any market participant that can at least in part satisfy the order, and matching the entered order at a server system against interest in the market based on how the market participant participates in the market with a portion of the interest in the market being prioritized according to price priority among displayed quotes/orders of market makers, ECNs that do not charge a separate quote-access fee, and non-attributable agency orders of UTP Exchanges, and subsequently by displayed quotes/orders of ECNs that charge a separate quote-access fee, with the quotes/orders of the ECNs that charge a separate quote-access fee being ranked by the amount of the quote-access fee charged.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 18, 2002
    Date of Patent: September 21, 2010
    Assignee: The Nasdaq OMX Group, Inc.
    Inventors: Adam Nunes, Daniel F. Moore, Mark Denat, John Malitzis, Karen Peterson, Anna Ewing, Steven J. Randich, Richard G. Ketchum, Dean Furbush, Christopher Folkemer
  • Publication number: 20030126066
    Abstract: A method for trading a security in an electronic market includes entering an order at a client station for executing against any market participant that can at least in part satisfy the order, and matching the entered order at a server system against interest in the market based on how the market participant participates in the market with a portion of the interest in the market being prioritized according to price priority among displayed quotes/orders of market makers, ECNs that do not charge a separate quote-access fee, and non-attributable agency orders of UTP Exchanges, and subsequently by displayed quotes/orders of ECNs that charge a separate quote-access fee, with the quotes/orders of the ECNs that charge a separate quote-access fee being ranked by the amount of the quote-access fee charged.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 18, 2002
    Publication date: July 3, 2003
    Inventors: Adam Nunes, Daniel F. Moore, Mark Denat, John Malitzis, Karen Peterson, Anna Ewing, Steven J. Randich, Richard G. Ketchum, Dean Furbush, Christopher Folkemer
  • Publication number: 20030009413
    Abstract: An electronic market for trading of securities includes a plurality of client stations for entering quotes for securities and a server process that receives quotes from the clients, aggregates the quotes and causes a total of all aggregated quotes to be displayed for a plurality of price levels on the client systems. The market uses a graphical user that depicts aggregated quotes in an aggregate window a plurality of price levels of a product traded in the market. The market also includes processes to handle lock/cross market conditions, match-off of order flow and provides a central quote/order collector that interfaces to disparate order delivery systems to minimize dual liability of market makers.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 9, 2001
    Publication date: January 9, 2003
    Inventors: Dean Furbush, Richard G. Ketchum, Daniel B. Franks, John Malitzis, Thomas P. Moran, Peter Martyn
  • Publication number: 20030009414
    Abstract: An electronic market for trading of securities includes a plurality of client stations for entering quotes for securities and a server process that receives quotes from the clients, aggregates the quotes and causes a total of all aggregated quotes to be displayed for a plurality of price levels on the client systems. The market uses a graphical user that depicts aggregated quotes in an aggregate window a plurality of price levels of a product traded in the market. The market also includes processes to handle lock/cross market conditions, match-off of order flow and provides a central quote/order collector that interfaces to disparate order delivery systems to minimize dual liability of market makers.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 9, 2001
    Publication date: January 9, 2003
    Inventors: Dean Furbush, Richard G. Ketchum, Daniel B. Franks, John Malitzis, Thomas P. Moran, Peter Martyn
  • Publication number: 20030009412
    Abstract: An electronic market for trading of securities includes a plurality of client stations for entering quotes for securities and a server process that receives quotes from the clients, aggregates the quotes and causes a total of all aggregated quotes to be displayed for a plurality of price levels on the client systems. The market uses a graphical user that depicts aggregated quotes in an aggregate window a plurality of price levels of a product traded in the market. The market also includes processes to handle lock/cross market conditions, match-off of order flow and provides a central quote/order collector that interfaces to disparate order delivery systems to minimize dual liability of market makers.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 9, 2001
    Publication date: January 9, 2003
    Inventors: Dean Furbush, Richard G. Ketchum, Daniel B. Franks, John Malitzis, Thomas P. Moran, Peter Martyn
  • Publication number: 20020073016
    Abstract: An electronic market for trading of securities includes a plurality of client stations for entering quotes for securities and a server process that receives quotes from the clients, aggregates the quotes and causes a total of all aggregated quotes to be displayed for a plurality of price levels on the client systems. The market uses a graphical user that depicts aggregated quotes in an aggregate window a plurality of price levels of a product traded in the market. The market also includes processes to handle lock/cross market conditions, match-off of order flow and provides a central quote/order collector that interfaces to disparate order delivery systems to minimize dual liability of market makers.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 3, 2001
    Publication date: June 13, 2002
    Inventors: Dean Furbush, Richard G. Ketchum, Daniel B. Franks, John Malitzis, Thomas P. Moran, Peter Martyn