The National Securities Clearing Corp. has developed a new automated service for clearing brokers to establish, monitor and update their relationships with broker-dealers for qualified special representative (QSR) and correspondent clearing transactions.

The new service, called the Automated Special Representative Facility, ends the decades-old practice of clearing firms having to fill out and submit paperwork, known as 9A & 9B forms, to NSCC to establish their relationships.

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