A member firm can elect to register as a market maker in one or more securities but must be able to meet the obligations that are associated with the role. A basic requirement is for a market maker to make prices and deal either on the order book, off the order book or both.
The trading system's functionality determines some of the minimum requirements for a market maker, such as the minimum size of the quote.
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