(Bloomberg) -- Virtu Financial, one of the world's top electronic traders, said U.S. regulators need to stamp out the risk of human error in a key segment of the stock market.

The mechanism for creating and turning over shares of ETFs needs more automation, Virtu told the SEC in a letter.

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