17 CFR 242.302 - Recordkeeping requirements for alternative trading systems.

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§ 242.302 Recordkeeping 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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  • 2015-03-19; vol. 80 # 53 - Thursday, March 19, 2015
    1. 80 FR 14564 - Regulation SBSR—Reporting and Dissemination of Security-Based Swap Information
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      Final rule.
      Effective Date: May 18, 2015. Compliance Date: For Rules 900, 907, and 909 of Regulation SBSR, the compliance date is the effective date. For Rules 901, 902, 903, 904, 905, 906, and 908 of Regulation SBSR, compliance dates are being proposed in a separate release, 34-74245 (February 11, 2015).
      17 CFR Part 242

Title 17 published on 2014-04-01

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  • 2015-05-13; vol. 80 # 92 - Wednesday, May 13, 2015
    1. 80 FR 27444 - Application of Certain Title VII Requirements to Security-Based Swap Transactions Connected With a Non-U.S. Person's Dealing Activity That Are Arranged, Negotiated, or Executed by Personnel Located in a U.S. Branch or Office or in a U.S. Branch or Office of an Agent
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      Proposed rules.
      Comments should be received on or before July 13, 2015.
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