NASD Keeps One Step Ahead Of Brady Panel


Although the SEC has been slowly chipping away at barriers separating the auction and dealer securities markets, the National Market System mandated by Congress in 1975 still remains elusive. However, what legislators and regulators have failed to achieve during the last decade or so may yet be created by the exchanges and NASD in the wake of the stock market collapse.

The public outcry about the breakdown of the market making structure in both the auction and dealer environments is putting

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