AFME counters ‘inaccurate’ claims that OTC and SI are muddying equity market transparency

By Justin Pugsley
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EU policy-makers are potentially being misled with “incorrect data” to favour entrenching the dominance of exchanges, the Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) said in a report released on June 1.

AFME commissioned consultancy Oxera to conduct research on the European trading landscape. It found that 83% of trading in ...

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