NYSE Retail Liquidity
Our NYSE Retail Liquidity Program promotes price improvement for individual investors on retail order flow for NYSE listed securities on NYSE. Offering price improvement for retail orders within an exchange environment, this program gives individual investors new economic incentives and ensures greater transparency, liquidity and competition in the marketplace.
NYSE RMO Activity by Symbol
Shows all symbols where retail member organizations sent orders
NYSE RLP Trading by Symbol
RPI liquidity lists all securities with price improving liquidity but no retail interest
NYSE Retail Liquidity Providing Firms
The first-of-its-kind Retail Liquidity Program is a market innovation that produces cost savings for individual investors through price improvement on retail equities trading order flow for New York Stock Exchange listed securities. The program is complementary to existing marketplace offerings for retail investors and is intended for use by retail brokerage firms directly and market intermediaries that service retail order flow providers.
Applications and Agreements
Supplemental Liquidity Providers (SLPs) are electronic, high volume members incented to add liquidity on the NYSE and NYSE American. All of their trading is proprietary. All NYSE and NYSE American stocks are eligible, but not all have SLPs. Supplemental Liquidity Providers are primarily found in more liquid stocks with greater than 1 million shares of average daily volume.
APPROVED NYSE SUPPLEMENTAL LIQUIDITY PROVIDING (SLP-PROP) FIRMS
APPROVED NYSE SUPPLEMENTAL LIQUIDITY PROVIDING (SLMM) FIRMS
OTHER LIQUIDITY SOURCES
NYSE Arca Retail Liquidity
Our NYSE Arca Retail Liquidity Program promotes price improvement for individual investors on retail order flow for NYSE Arca listed ETP's and Tape C securities on Arca. Offering price improvement for retail orders within an exchange environment, this program gives individual investors new economic incentives and ensures greater transparency, liquidity and competition in the marketplace.
Applications and Agreements
NYSE Arca LMM
The all-electronic NYSE Arca relies on a system of competing Market Makers to provide a fast, efficient, and consistent marketplace for all participants, including liquidity providers. Market Makers are required to maintain adequate minimum capital and continuous, two-sided identified and displayed quotes for all registered securities during Core Trading Hours (9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET). They also clear and settle transactions through a registered clearing agency.
NYSE Arca appoints Lead Market Makers (LMMs) for ETPs (Exchange Traded Products) with a primary listing on the exchange to meet defined obligations in exchange for incentives such as lower transaction fee.
For more information, please review the NYSE Arca Product Brief: Lead Market Making (pdf).
MARKET MAKER CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS
Market Makers subject to the Aggregate Indebtedness Requirement maintain minimum net capital that is the greater of:
Market Makers subject to the Alternative Net Capital Requirement maintain minimum net capital that is the greater of:
BECOME A NYSE ARCA MARKET MAKER
Eligible traders can apply in writing to register as Market Maker Authorized Traders (MMAT). Market Makers must meet rigorous education, training, and testing requirements to obtain NYSE Arca Equity Trading Permits (ETP), register in a given security, and remain in good standing with NYSE Arca thereafter to perform market-making activities.
The NYSE Arca Market Maker Orientation is an introduction to NYSE Arca Market Maker access, obligations, requirements and order types. Please review and certify that you have completed and understand the policies and procedures set forth in the Market Maker Orientation by signing the last page of the PowerPoint and returning to Client Relationship Services by fax or email at +1 312 960 9647 or email@example.com.
NYSE Arca will review this document upon receipt, and Market Maker Registration becomes effective when the applicant receives approval notice from the NYSE Arca.
Next, please complete the Application for Market Maker Registration* (pdf) or the Application to Become a Lead Market Maker in a Particular NYSE Arca Primary Listed Security** (see links below).
Substantial or continued failure to engage in dealings in accordance with NYSE Arca rules will result in suspension or termination of Market Making status. Any registered Market Maker may withdraw registration by giving written notice to NYSE Arca, and the withdrawal becomes effective on the tenth business day following the NYSE Arca's receipt of the notice. After the withdrawal, the ETP holder shall not be permitted to re-register as a Market Maker for a period of six months.
MMATs must not be subject to statutory disqualifications.
*Includes Market Maker and Lead Market Maker
**Must be an existing Lead Market Maker ETP in order to submit this application for a green sheet posting