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Jos Schmitt, president and CEO of Aequitas NEO Exchange, in the company’s operations room in Toronto. (Chris Young for The Globe and Mail)
Jos Schmitt, president and CEO of Aequitas NEO Exchange, in the company’s operations room in Toronto. (Chris Young for The Globe and Mail)

Aequitas Neo Exchange pushes for real-time consolidated market data Add to ...

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The company behind one of Canada’s newer stock exchanges is pushing provincial securities regulators to ensure that all investors have access to real-time consolidated market data.

In a recent filing to the Canadian Securities Administrators, Aequitas Neo Exchange Inc. contends that most retail investors and their investment advisers have a partial view of the trading activity that occurs in stocks listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange.

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