Barclays and Credit Suisse have agreed to fines in the case of dark pools

Moscow. February 1. Banks Barclays and Credit Suisse agreed with regulators USA in the case of private trading venues, so-called dark pools.

British Barclays under the agreement will pay a fine in the amount of $70 million; Credit Suisse – $84,3 million, reported the American Commission on securities and stock exchanges (SEC).

Banks were accused of concealing from investors information about how to operate their private trading platform. According to regulators, they provided clients with incomplete or inaccurate information about the operation of their dark pools.

Applications for the purchase and sale of private sites exhibited anonymously. According to experts, on the dark pools accounts for about 20% of daily trades on the US stock market.