Andy Brooks is concerned about what he sees as inequities in stock markets. And as head of U.S. equity trading at T. Rowe Price Associates in Baltimore, he's doing something about it.

The 33-year veteran of the T. Rowe trading desk has, for instance, taken on order routing practices, co-location of servers in the same facilities as exchanges' matching engines, and "inaccessible" quotes and high cancellation rates in the halls of Congress, as recently as September. [IMGCAP(1)]

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