Editor's Letter - Bureaucracy waiting to happen?

In this respect, it can't be easy being at the helm of the industry's highest-profile regulatory body, most notably because whatever you say is certain to be dissected by just about everyone in the industry. But in this instance I have to question how dark pools are perceived to pose any potential risk to investors. Granted, the SEC's primary raison d'être is investor protection, but insinuating that dark pools constitute a threat to investors is more than a bit speculative.

But the issue of

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