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A Multilateral Trading Facility is a system that brings together multiple parties (e.g. retail investors or other investment firms) that are interested in buying and selling financial instruments and enables them to do so. These systems can be [[crossing networks]] or [[matching engines]] that are operated by an investment firm or a market operator. Instruments may include [[shares]], [[bonds]] and [[derivatives]]. This is done within the MTF operator's system.
 
 


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Revision as of 17:36, 11 September 2008


A Multilateral Trading Facility is a system that brings together multiple parties (e.g. retail investors or other investment firms) that are interested in buying and selling financial instruments and enables them to do so. These systems can be crossing networks or matching engines that are operated by an investment firm or a market operator. Instruments may include shares, bonds and derivatives. This is done within the MTF operator's system.



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