Jo struggles to see how the SEC could approve fee proposals for exchange market data fees.
When it comes to private companies, data transparency still lags its public market equivalents, and a lack of data quality and availability is a barrier to increased investor participation. But an alliance between a startup and niche brokers is aiming to change that.
Though the standard has always been operated by a private entity, industry sources say its new operator could create a perception issue for FactSet. For its part, the vendor says the purchase (for a “stunning” total of nearly $2 billion) is meant to further its “open data” strategy.
This year, the SEC pulled the trigger on competing consolidated tapes and a new market data governance plan. In 2022, we will know if some of it can go ahead, or remain stymied by legal battles.
MayStreet chief policy officer Manisha Kimmel joins the podcast to talk about how national markets system data is charged for.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails
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