The IEX Mission
Source: IEX Group
IEX is a stock exchange - a market that matches orders to buy and sell securities. IEX supports displayed and non-displayed trading, and the routing of orders to other trading centers. The company is owned by a collection of mutual funds, hedge funds, and venture capital funds. IEX focuses on investor protection and performance by creating a market that aims to maximize shares traded at the best available price, decrease information leakage, eliminate informational disadvantages and persistent inefficiencies, and promote an opportunity for natural interest to interact without unnecessary intermediation.
IEX gained recognition from being featured in the New York Times best selling book, Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt, written by Michael Lewis. The New York Times released an adapted version of the story in an article that can be found here. Founded in 2012 and headquartered in New York City, IEX introduced its first trading venue in 2013 and launched as a U.S. stock exchange in 2016.
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