MEMX Completes Rollout Of NMS Symbols
Members Exchange (MEMX), a market operator founded by members to benefit all investors, announced the successful completion of its U.S. stock exchange rollout with the trading of all NMS symbols. The exchange launched with seven symbols on September 21, 2020 and has methodically added new symbols in four phases since then.
MEMX is now trading all NMS symbols after the successful completion of our launch process. Thank you to all of our members for their support on this journey as we brought a U.S. equities exchange from vision to reality. https://t.co/LkcU60mr13 pic.twitter.com/DHzxUMTU84
— MEMX (@memxtrading) October 29, 2020
Jonathan Kellner, CEO of Members Exchange, said, “Today marks an important step in our journey to create a new exchange model to benefit all investors. In the months to come, we will continue to work closely with our members to improve interactions on our platform, grow liquidity and provide a voice to all participants.”
He added, “I’m proud of our team for their great effort the past 20 months. We have built an innovative market, onboarded over 50 members and successfully launched our exchange even as we transitioned to a remote operating model. The engagement and support from the financial community has been outstanding, and we look forward to continuing to create positive change in the market.”
As announced, MEMX’s current fee schedule includes a rebate of 29 cents per 100 shares for added displayed liquidity and 20 cents per 100 shares for added non-displayed liquidity. Members pay 25 cents per 100 shares to remove liquidity.
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