Definition of crossing networks

The network provides a platform for mutual funds and institutional traders to conduct transactions without revealing their identity.

The alternative trading systems (ATS) allows buyers and sellers to match up and conduct transactions without going through an exchange. Crossing networks allow traders to gain large blocks of liquidity while keeping transaction costs down. While often lumped together with ‘dark pools,’ proponents of crossing networks often say they are indeed different. [1]

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