Securities regulators at odds over OTC shift to trading platforms


A difference of opinion has emerged between senior securities regulators over the question of whether organised derivatives trading platforms should source liquidity from multiple providers – a division that could have ramifications for the foreign exchange market.

The technical committee of the Madrid-based International Organisation of Securities Commissions (Iosco), which includes regulators from 20 countries, today published a report analysing the costs, benefits and challenges associated

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