U.S. Equity Options Question Business Model

25 Feb 2013

U.S. equity options market makers are re-examining their business models to better compete with their larger peers as smaller firms grapple with declining volumes, stagnating volatility and rising technology costs, according to TABB Group. “

U.S. equity options market makers are re-examining their business models to better compete with their larger peers as smaller firms grapple with declining volumes, stagnating volatility and rising technology costs, according to TABB Group. “U.S. options market making has become a cutthroat business,” said Andy Nybo, principal and ...

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