Pool Rules

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Kevin Chapman, Allianz Global Investors Capital

Last October, when the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) first released its proposals for dark pool regulation, officials including chairwoman Mary Schapiro and trading and markets division co-acting director James Brigagliano characterized the effort as part of the regulator’s broader focus on improving equity market structure. They cited prevention of two-tiered market access, promotion of displayed liquidity and better transparency of trade data as key drivers behind the proposals.

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