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Keytrade Bank has updated its order execution policy.

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What are the main changes?

- Keytrade Bank determines the largest market for a single financial instrument (identical ISIN code) listed on a number of markets (other than Euronext and Equiduct). The largest market is the market with the highest number of trades over the last six months: your order thus has a better chance of being executed on this market.
- For financial instruments that are listed on both Equiduct and Euronext, Keytrade Bank sends your orders to Equiduct by default: you may, however, request for any individual order to be executed on Euronext (note that this will then be handled as a specific instruction).
- The policy tells you where you can find different types of order and what their impact is on order execution

The policy comes into force on January, 31st 2019.

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