Markets can only operate efficiently if all participants have access to timely, content-rich and affordable market data. Without this data, investors and asset managers cannot serve the needs of their clients: retirees, investors and savers. The SEC’s proposal to expand the content of the so-called “core data” that is required to be collected and disseminated would democratize access to data, better protect investors, and further instill market integrity. We urge the Commission to finalize these reforms. Read our full comment letter here or by clicking the button below.
May 27, 2020
Better Markets Issues Comment Letter on The SEC’s Market Data Infrastructure Proposal