SEC Officials Say Traders Should Get ECN Compo
Traders Magazine, March 1999
Securities and Exchange Commission officials say that market makers should be permitted to charge customers for the cost of accessing electronic communications networks (ECNs).
SEC Commissioner Laura Unger told the annual Washington conference of the Security Traders Association that market makers probably should be allowed to charge a "reasonable fee" for access, according to published reports.
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