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22 May 2015

Transparency Will Set Buy Side Free: Regulatory Pressures ...

Sayena Mostowfi, Valerie Bogard, TABB Group, TABB Group

As regulatory scrutiny of buy-side firms’ operations in regard to their fiduciary duty to their end investors increases, technology will become crucial in providing transparency to avoid perceived conflicted interests. Meanwhile, shrinking commission wallets and concerns about a lack of transparency into executions contributed to the first ... rest of story...

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Eric Hess, Hess Legal Counsel

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