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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Dolgopolov on the Maker-Taker Pricing Model and Securities Fraud

Stanislav Dolgopolov has posted The Maker-Taker Pricing Model and Its Impact on the Securities Market Structure: A Can of Worms for Securities Fraud? on SSRN with the following abstract:

This Article examines the maker-taker pricing model, one of the key financial innovations, and its significance for the securities market structure in the context of securities fraud. While addressing the nature, origins, and variations of the maker-taker pricing model, the Article focuses on the implications of this financial innovation for fraudulent practices and the applicable regulatory framework from the angles of the duty of best execution, the boundaries of market manipulation, the order type controversy, trading obligations and privileges of market makers, and various reform proposals.

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