Real-Time Reporting System Provides Greater Scrutiny, Compliance Panelists Say

Chang, Helen
February 2005
Bond Buyer;2/4/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32064, p27
Trade Publication
The article informs that real-time reporting gives regulators a bigger window on trading in the market and puts more pressure on dealers to justify their pricing, panelists at The Bond Market Association's Legal and Compliance Conference said Wednesday. "There's a heightened awareness regarding enforcement," said TBMA'S Joseph W. Sack, who moderated the panel. The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board's real-time reporting system, which began Monday, lets dealers and investors see prices 15 minutes after trades are executed.


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