Instinet Pledges Court Fight To Protect ECN Access Feesby Sanford Wexler
Traders Magazine, December 1999
Under pressure from smaller competitors and facing a much bigger challenge if certain ECN access fees are banned, Instinet remains undaunted as it steps up its effort to become a super-international ECN.
Most recently, Instinet inked a deal to acquire Lynch, Jones & Ryan, a New York-based provider of commission recapture programs for pension plan sponsors.
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