SEC chair White reveals proposals to regulate stock market, high-frequency trading

The proposed regulations include changes on high-frequency trades, exchanges, private trading venues and brokerage firms

Following previously announced Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) investigations into the “market integrity and structure issues” surrounding high frequency trading, SEC chair Mary Jo White has now revealed recommendations for updating the stock market’s rules for a quick-moving new millennium.

Speaking to the Sandler O’Neill & Partners, L.P. Global Exchange and Brokerage Conference on June 5, White revealed her proposals to better regulate the stock market. The proposed regulations include changes on high-frequency trades, exchanges, private trading venues and brokerage firms.

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