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Internalization Targeted by the Regulators

Traders Magazine, August 2004

Gregory Bresiger

Big firms that rely on internalization may now be in the crosshairs of regulators re-examining best execution rules. The Securities and Exchange Commission is looking more closely at internalization, trying to determine if it is leading to higher retail execution costs. That's according to an observer who covers the industry for institutional clients.

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