SEC eyes new rules on algo trading in bond markets

Electronification of bond markets may require a regulatory response, Jay Clayton says

SEC press association

The US Securities and Exchange Commission is looking to formulate new rules to govern electronic trading in fixed-income markets.

“We are looking at the fixed-income market with a bigger focus than you’ve seen in the past,” SEC chairman Jay Clayton said at a hedge fund conference in New York on November 28.

The SEC has established a Fixed Income Market Structure Advisory Committee to identify areas for regulatory improvements in the corporate and municipal bond markets. The committee will

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