Executive action

Best Execution 2009 got off to a solid (if not spectacular) start as Michael Fridrich, the European Commission's legal and policy affairs officer, outlined the challenges and foreseeable changes in the securities market regulation. Regulatory issues, while important to all market participants, is hardly the most compelling of subjects, and while Fridrich's content was both insightful and well presented, it was probably fortuitous that his slot was scheduled for the start of the day and not the

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