BATS Global Markets chief executive Joe Ratterman told customers and members of its exchanges that last week's "failure to perform as expected has no excuses.”

The “serious technical failure” meant that the firm was not able to execute the first-ever listing of a public company on its BATS Exchange. And the shares that were to be listed belonged to BATS itself, in its first offering of its shares to the public.

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