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Peer Group Dialogue (PG1) - Electronic Trading Platforms: How to Avoid Fragmenting Market Information
November 18, 2009Washington, D.C.

Policy makers from Brazil, Colombia, Hungary, India, Malaysia, Mexico, Poland, South Africa, and Turkey, discussed issues surrounding multiple electronic trading platforms operating in a country, in particular their impact on competition, price transparency, costs born by market participants, primary dealer obligations, and the role of the Debt Management Office (DMO).

Peer Group 1: 3rd Meeting 

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This meeting was part of a peer group dialogue series from the Global Emerging Markets Local Currency Bond Program (Gemloc) Advisory Services, a World Bank Group initiative that supports emerging market economies in developing their local currency bond markets.

Note: Gemloc-affiliated countries and activities have been incorporated into the Government Bond Market Development Program, an initiative that supports the development of local currency bond markets to increase developing countries’ attractiveness for domestic and foreign investment.