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ATS Transparency Initiative: Improving Transparency and Venue Selection Alternative Trading Systems (ATSs) have grown to become integral sources of liquidity […]
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Market Data Initiative: Addressing Conflicts of Interest, Complexity, and Costs Congress and regulators have long espoused the public’s need for […]
Order Routing Transparency Initiative: Improving Transparency, Broker Selection, and Execution Quality In recent years, Congressional hearings, best-selling books, press reports, […]
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