Consolidated Audit Trail Gets New Push


The US Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) plans for a consolidated audit trail are being renewed with a new set of deadlines and steps toward implementation.

Entry of bids to be the central repository operator and processor of consolidated audit trail (CAT) data closed on March 21, and a winner will be chosen by the US markets' self-regulatory organizations (SROs). SROs, in turn, have a September 30 deadline to file a CAT NMS [National Market System] plan, as called for under SEC Rule

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