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Market Makers Under Fire From SEC

Traders Magazine, November 2011

Peter Chapman

The Securities and Exchange Commission is considering rules that could limit trading by market makers during topsy-turvy markets. Speaking at an industry conference last month, David Shillman, an associate director in the SEC's Division of Trading and Markets, told attendees the regulator was mulling the imposition of "negative obligations" on dealers in certain circumstances.

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