Nasdaq proposes new rules to challenge NYSE ETP dominance

Nasdaq proposes new structured note listing rules

Nasdaq has proposed new rules for the listing and trading of structured notes, based on the existing standards of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Arca. The introduction of new guidance has been interpreted by industry participants as a move to increase the number of exchange-traded products (ETPs) listed on the exchange.

"By basing the rules on those of NYSE Arca, they are more easily digestible by market participants, and make it easier to plan a Nasdaq listing," says Lloyd Harmetz, partner

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