Friday, September 17, 2021

Equity Trader Alert #2021 - 71
Nasdaq to Retire QIX Protocols for FINRA OTCBB in the Fourth Quarter 2021

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  • Service Change

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FINRA has announced, the intended retirement of the OTC Bulletin Board (OTCBB), in the fourth quarter of 2021.

Clients who no longer actively use their OTCBB QIX Ports may cancel their ports ahead of the planned retirement by submitting a FINRA Services Port Request Form, otherwise the QIX Port will be terminated on the effective date of the OTCBB Retirement once announced by FINRA.

For questions concerning the retirement of the OTCBB please contact FINRA Product Management or call (866) 899-2107.

For questions concerning your QIX Port inventory or cancelling your ports, please contact Nasdaq Subscriber Services or call (212) 231-5180.



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