Riskless Principal


Riskless Principal
Two principal transactions occurring at the same price that are reported only once as an agency transaction.

This is a principal transaction that synthesizes an agency transaction by removing the risks involved with holding a position. Large institutions might have legal and regulatory reasons for performing such a transaction.


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