CFTC's Massad wants access to automated trader source codeMark Melin
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission is moving forward on a controversial rule to require firms engaged in automated trading to provide access to source code and register what CFTC Chair Timothy Massad said were now the dominant players in markets.
Massad wants access to automated trader source code
Speaking Wednesday in Chicago at the Futures Industry Association (FIA) annual conference, Massad said he was still open to listen to privacy concerns from automated traders . . .
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