SEC mulls extra scrutiny of US Treasuries trading venues

Roisman suggests US might apply full rigour of Reg ATS to non-exchange Treasuries platforms

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Elad Roisman: thoughtful consideration of potential benefits, risks and costs is needed

US regulators are considering whether to step up supervision of non-exchange platforms that offer trading in US Treasuries, a commissioner at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has indicated.

During remarks at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on September 23, commissioner Elad Roisman said developments in US Treasuries trading – including electronic trading with central limit order books – have moved these venues closer to equity markets in the way they operate, potentially

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