The Special Qualifying Representation Agreement (QSR) is an agreement between dealer brokers to settle trades without interaction with the NASDAQ ACT system. The SAQ allows a broker dealer to send trades directly to the National Securities Clearing Corporation on behalf of another dealer dealer. This method of clearing trades offers easier processing, lower transaction costs and higher trading times. All Nasdaq agreements and forms are in Portable Document format (. PDF FORMAT) or web. To view and print PDF documents, you need Adobe Reader. If two dealer brokers have a QSR agreement, each can send trades to its clearing house on behalf of the other, and each of its clearing companies has agreed to clear trades on the basis of the agreement. Dealer brokers compare orders with another broker-dealer via an electronic communications network (ECN). Each dealer broker and the ECN send a ticket file containing the trading details to their clearing companies.
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