Established securities market.

Established securities market. For purposes of sections 897, 1445, and 6039C, the term established securities market means
(1) A national securities exchange which is registered under section 6 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15 U.S.C. 78f),
(2) A foreign national securities exchange which is officially recognized, sanctioned, or supervised by governmental authority, and
(3) Any over-the-counter market. An over-the-counter market is any market reflected by the existence of an interdealer quotation system. An interdealer quotation system is any system of general circulation to brokers and dealers which regularly disseminates quotations of stocks and securities by identified brokers or dealers, other than by quotation sheets which are prepared and distributed by a broker or dealer in the regular course of business and which contain only quotations of such broker or dealer.


26 CFR § 1.897-1

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