§ 242.302Recordkeeping requirements for alternative trading systems.
To comply with the condition set forth in paragraph (b)(8) of § 242.301, an alternative trading system shall make and keep current the following records:
(a) A record of subscribers to such alternative trading system (identifying any affiliations between the alternative trading system and subscribers to the alternative trading system, including common directors, officers, or owners);
(b) Daily summaries of trading in the alternative trading system including:
(1) Securities for which transactions have been executed;
(2) Transaction volume, expressed with respect to equity securities in:
(i) Number of trades;
(ii) Number of shares traded; and
(iii) Total settlement value in terms of U.S. dollars; and
(3) Transaction volume, expressed with respect to debt securities in:
(i) Number of trades; and
(ii) Total U.S. dollar value; and
(c) Time-sequenced records of order information in the alternative trading system, including:
(1) Date and time (expressed in terms of hours, minutes, and seconds) that the order was received;
(2) Identity of the security;
(3) The number of shares, or principal amount of bonds, to which the order applies;
(4) An identification of the order as related to a program trade or an index arbitrage trade as defined in New York Stock Exchange Rule 80A;
(5) The designation of the order as a buy or sell order;
(6) The designation of the order as a short sale order;
(7) The designation of the order as a market order, limit order, stop order, stop limit order, or other type or order;
(8) Any limit or stop price prescribed by the order;
(9) The date on which the order expires and, if the time in force is less than one day, the time when the order expires;
(10) The time limit during which the order is in force;
(11) Any instructions to modify or cancel the order;
(12) The type of account, i.e., retail, wholesale, employee, proprietary, or any other type of account designated by the alternative trading system, for which the order is submitted;
(13) Date and time (expressed in terms of hours, minutes, and seconds) that the order was executed;
(14) Price at which the order was executed;
(15) Size of the order executed (expressed in number of shares or units or principal amount); and
(16) Identity of the parties to the transaction.
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