Sebi clamps down on unfair access for brokers

The Securities and Exchange Board of India has moved to clamp down on violations from high-speed trading, after the National Stock Exchange said some brokers had unfair access to its servers.

  • By John Loh
  • 23 Jan 2017


In a circular last Friday calling for “fair and transparent” access to data feeds of stock exchanges, the regulator said it had reviewed the market data feed mechanism with an internal technical committee.

Based on that study, Sebi said it wants the country’s two stock exchanges to formulate ...

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