regulated market

regulated market
A body of rules drawn up by the entity responsible for a regulated market, setting out membership requirements, as well as procedures for transactions and admission of investment products. Once approved by the CMF, this set of rules allows the relevant market to qualify for "regulated market" status. NYSE Euronext Glossary

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