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Aquis to Remove Ban on Aggressive Non-client Proprietary Trading

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Pan-European equities market operator Aquis Exchange has announced that it is to change the proprietary trading rule for its UK and EU trading platforms, lifting the restriction on aggressive non-client proprietary trading that was introduced in 2015.. The change is due to come into effect in October 2023.

In response to member demand, Aquis is changing the rule to allow liquidity providers the option to choose if they wish to interact with aggressive non-client proprietary trading or not.

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