Policy Brief: Dark Trading, Market Quality, and Global Policy Developments

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Source: CFA Institute
Rhodri Preece, CFA

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Dark pools are trading systems operated by banks and other firms that match trading interest without pre-trade transparency. In response to media reports concerning potential mis-treatment of client orders in dark pools, this policy brief examines the regulatory issues associated with dark trading and sets forth policy viewpoints to protect investors and promote fair competition.



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