electronic communication network

electronic communication network
electronic communication network ( ECN)
Any electronic system that widely disseminates to third parties orders entered by an exchange market-maker or OTC market-maker, and permits such orders to be executed against in whole or in part. Exchange Handbook Glossary

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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