FSOC in 'no rush' to regulate HFTs

More work to be done in understanding market structure changes, says Pinschmidt

US Treasury: continuing to study market structure

The Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) will not rush to regulate the non-bank market-makers that are playing a growing role in the trading of US Treasuries and other instruments, according to Patrick Pinschmidt, deputy assistant secretary at the US Department of Treasury and executive director at the FSOC.

He did not mention high-frequency trading (HFT), but appeared to be referring to it.

"Compared to traditional market players, much less is known about many of the newer players

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