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SEC Watching Options Take Fees

Traders Magazine, June 2008

Nina Mehta

The Securities and Exchange Commission, in the wake of concerns raised by options exchanges and traders, won't permit options exchanges to charge access fees over a certain limit. "We're certainly not fond of take fees that cross the increment," said Erik Sirri, director of the SEC's Division of Trading and Markets, referring to the minimum allowable quoting increment for options. If the fee crosses the increment, Sirri added, "that would be an issue."

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