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SEC Releases Final Rule on Large Trader Reporting
4 August 2011
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The Securities and Exchange Commission has adopted Rule 13h-1 under the U.S. Securities Exchange Act of 1934 to establish a reporting system for "large traders" to assist the SEC in identifying large market participants and monitoring their trading activity.
Under Rule 13h-1, a large trader is required to file Form 13H with the SEC and identify its large trader status to the registered broker-dealers through which it effects trades of National Market System (NMS) securities. Registered broker-dealers must track and monitor the trading accounts of large traders and, upon the SEC's request, provide information on such accounts to the SEC.
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