AS FILED WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION ON DECEMBER 9, 1999

REGISTRATION NO. 333-87475


SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
WASHINGTON, DC 20549

AMENDMENT NO. 5
TO
FORM S-1
REGISTRATION STATEMENT
UNDER
THE SECURITIES ACT OF 1933


ESPEED, INC.
(EXACT NAME OF REGISTRANT AS SPECIFIED IN ITS CHARTER)

    DELAWARE                    7379                    13-4063515
(STATE OR OTHER           (PRIMARY STANDARD          (I.R.S. EMPLOYER
JURISDICTION OF              INDUSTRIAL           IDENTIFICATION NUMBER)
INCORPORATION OR     CLASSIFICATION CODE NUMBER)
 ORGANIZATION)


ONE WORLD TRADE CENTER, 103RD FLOOR
NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10048
(212) 938-3773
(ADDRESS, INCLUDING ZIP CODE, AND TELEPHONE NUMBER,
INCLUDING AREA CODE, OF REGISTRANT'S PRINCIPAL EXECUTIVE OFFICES)

STEPHEN M. MERKEL, ESQ.
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT,
GENERAL COUNSEL AND SECRETARY
ESPEED, INC.
ONE WORLD TRADE CENTER
NEW YORK, NY 10048
(212) 938-4139
(NAME AND ADDRESS, INCLUDING ZIP CODE, AND TELEPHONE NUMBER,
INCLUDING AREA CODE, OF AGENT FOR SERVICE)

Copies to:

CHRISTOPHER T. JENSEN, ESQ.                                      FREDERICK W. KANNER, ESQ.
MORGAN, LEWIS & BOCKIUS LLP                                        DEWEY BALLANTINE LLP
      101 PARK AVENUE                                           1301 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS
     NEW YORK, NY 10178                                              NEW YORK, NY 10019
      (212) 309-6000                                                  (212) 259-8000
    FAX: (212) 309-6273                                             FAX: (212) 259-6333


APPROXIMATE DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF PROPOSED SALE TO THE PUBLIC: As soon as

practicable after the effective date of this Registration Statement.

If any of the securities being registered on this Form are to be offered on a delayed or continuous basis pursuant to Rule 415 under the Securities Act of 1933, check the following box. / /

If this Form is filed to register additional securities for an offering pursuant to Rule 462(b) under the Securities Act, please check the following box and list the Securities Act registration statement number of the earlier effective registration statement for the same offering. / /

If this Form is a post-effective amendment filed pursuant to Rule 462(c) under the Securities Act, check the following box and list the Securities Act registration statement number of the earlier effective registration statement for the same offering. / /

If this Form is a post-effective amendment filed pursuant to Rule 462(d) under the Securities Act, check the following box and list the Securities Act registration statement number of the earlier effective registration statement for the same offering. / /

If delivery of the prospectus is expected to be made pursuant to Rule 434, please check the following box. / /

THE REGISTRANT HEREBY AMENDS THIS REGISTRATION STATEMENT ON SUCH DATE OR DATES AS MAY BE NECESSARY TO DELAY ITS EFFECTIVE DATE UNTIL THE REGISTRANT SHALL FILE A FURTHER AMENDMENT WHICH SPECIFICALLY STATES THAT THIS REGISTRATION STATEMENT SHALL THEREAFTER BECOME EFFECTIVE IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 8(A) OF THE SECURITIES ACT OF 1933 OR UNTIL THE REGISTRATION STATEMENT SHALL BECOME EFFECTIVE ON SUCH DATE AS THE COMMISSION, ACTING PURSUANT TO SAID SECTION 8(A), MAY DETERMINE.



We will amend and complete the information in this prospectus. We may not sell these securities until the registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission is effective. This prospectus is not an offer to sell these securities, and we are not soliciting offers to buy these securities, in any state where the offer or sale is not permitted or legal.

PRELIMINARY PROSPECTUS Subject to Completion, dated December 9,1999


8,500,000 SHARES

[eSpeed(Service Mark] Logo]

CLASS A COMMON STOCK

We operate global interactive electronic marketplaces designed to enable market participants to trade financial instruments and other products instantaneously, more effectively and at a lower cost than traditional trading methods. Of the 8,500,000 shares of Class A common stock offered by this prospectus, we are offering 6,000,000 shares and the selling stockholder, Cantor Fitzgerald Securities, is offering 2,500,000 shares. We will not receive any proceeds from the sale by the selling stockholder of shares of our Class A common stock.

No public market currently exists for our Class A common stock. We estimate that the initial public offering price per share will be between $17.00 and $19.00. We have applied to have our Class A common stock approved for quotation on the Nasdaq National Market under the symbol "ESPD." See "Underwriting" for a discussion of the factors to be considered in determining the initial public offering price.

INVESTING IN OUR CLASS A COMMON STOCK INVOLVES RISKS. SEE "RISK FACTORS" BEGINNING ON PAGE 5 TO READ ABOUT CERTAIN RISKS YOU SHOULD CONSIDER BEFORE BUYING SHARES OF OUR CLASS A COMMON STOCK.

NEITHER THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION NOR ANY STATE SECURITIES COMMISSION HAS APPROVED OR DISAPPROVED OF THESE SECURITIES OR DETERMINED IF THIS PROSPECTUS IS TRUTHFUL OR COMPLETE. ANY REPRESENTATION TO THE CONTRARY IS A CRIMINAL OFFENSE.

                                                                                 PER SHARE       TOTAL
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Public offering price.........................................................    $           $
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Underwriting discounts and commissions........................................    $           $
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Proceeds, before expenses, to us..............................................    $           $
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Proceeds to the selling stockholder...........................................    $           $
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We and the selling stockholder have granted the underwriters a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional 1,000,000 and 275,000 shares, respectively, of Class A common stock to cover over-allotments at the initial public offering price per share less the underwriting discounts and commissions. If the option is exercised in full, the total underwriting discounts and commissions will be $ , the total proceeds, before expenses, to us will be $ and the total proceeds to the selling stockholder will be $ .

The underwriters expect to deliver the shares of Class A common stock in New York, New York on , 1999.

WARBURG DILLON READ LLC

HAMBRECHT & QUIST
THOMAS WEISEL PARTNERS LLC
CANTOR FITZGERALD & CO.

The date of this prospectus is , 1999.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Prospectus Summary.........................................................................................      1
Risk Factors...............................................................................................      5
Forward-Looking Statements.................................................................................     20
Use of Proceeds............................................................................................     20
Dividend Policy............................................................................................     20
Dilution...................................................................................................     21
Capitalization.............................................................................................     22
Selected Financial Data....................................................................................     23
Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations......................     24
Business...................................................................................................     30
Management.................................................................................................     50
Relationship with Cantor...................................................................................     54
Principal and Selling Stockholders.........................................................................     61
Description of Capital Stock...............................................................................     62
Shares Eligible for Future Sale............................................................................     65
Underwriting...............................................................................................     66
Legal Matters..............................................................................................     68
Experts....................................................................................................     68
Where You Can Find More Information........................................................................     69
Index to Financial Statements..............................................................................    F-1

eSPEED (SM) is a service mark of eSpeed, and INTERACTIVE MATCHING (SM) and CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM) are service marks licensed by eSpeed.


Unless otherwise indicated, all information in this prospectus assumes that the underwriters' over-allotment option will not be exercised.

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PROSPECTUS SUMMARY

This summary highlights some information from this prospectus. It may not contain all of the information that is important to you. To understand this offering fully, you should read carefully the entire prospectus, including the risk factors and the financial statements. Unless otherwise indicated, the information in this prospectus assumes that the contribution of assets to us by Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. and its affiliates which is described below has taken place.

OVERVIEW OF OUR BUSINESS

We operate global interactive electronic marketplaces that enable the trading of financial instruments and other products instantaneously, more effectively and at lower cost than traditional trading methods. Our marketplaces are currently used by most of the largest financial institutions and wholesale market participants to trade in a wide range of global financial instruments, including government securities denominated in U.S. dollars, Euros, Yen, British Pounds Sterling, Canadian dollars and currencies of emerging market countries, as well as securities of U.S. agencies, municipal securities, Eurobonds, corporate bonds and other global fixed income securities and U.S. Treasury futures. We operate the largest global electronic marketplace for U.S. Treasury securities and leading global electronic marketplaces for other fixed income securities and financial instruments. We also operate a U.S. Treasury futures exchange marketplace that is known as the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM), the first fully electronic futures exchange for the trading of U.S. Treasury futures. Our current marketplaces process financial instrument transactions of over $150 billion per day, of which more than $6 billion are wholly-electronic orders. Our revenues are driven by trading activity and volume in our marketplaces. We commenced operations in March 1999 as a division of Cantor Fitzgerald and have not yet made a profit.

We believe we operate the only electronic marketplaces used for trading in multiple instruments on a global basis. Over 500 institutions worldwide participate in our marketplaces, including all of the 25 largest bond trading firms in the world, as identified by Euromoney Magazine. Most of these institutions use our proprietary screen displays and/or trading platforms, which allow us to deliver information and execute transactions instantaneously, on a secure basis through their computer network security barriers.

OUR INDUSTRY

Traditional trading methods are relatively slow, expensive and limited. In both the fixed income and futures markets, trading practices historically have centered around a method of trading known as open outcry, where trading activity is focused on a central location, or pit. Market participants in the pit often have access to better and more timely market information than outsiders. In order to access the pit, individuals and institutional traders must send their orders through several layers of middlemen. Transaction costs are high due to the number of people involved in an open outcry system and execution can be slow. Program trading is difficult or impossible to implement because of the current manual nature of these markets, especially programs designed to automatically and simultaneously execute multiple trades in different, but related, financial products. Processing, confirming and clearing paper-based trades are also very time consuming and expensive. Paper and telephone-based trading produces delayed information and results in compliance programs that are expensive to manage and can be circumvented. Because of these impediments, non-electronic trading methods limit trading volume and liquidity.

OUR ELECTRONIC MARKETPLACE SOLUTION

Our interactive electronic marketplaces are powered by our eSPEED (SM) system, which employs our private, instantaneous, electronic network and proprietary transaction processing software. Our eSPEED (SM) system has a flexible design which allows us to quickly and easily add new financial instruments in multiple currencies and trading models. It uses our network distribution system, which we believe is one of the most robust systems in operation, enabling us to provide access to accurate market information and instantaneous trade execution. The system is designed to minimize the need for human intermediaries in the trading process by providing clients with multiple methods of accessing our marketplaces and executing trades directly, utilizing INTERACTIVE MATCHING (SM), our proprietary, rules-based trading method that interactively executes buy and sell orders from multiple market participants.

The benefits of our eSPEED (SM) system include the following:

o instantaneous price dissemination and trade execution;

o lower transaction costs;

o multiple product program trading;

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o greater accuracy and decreased probability of erroneous trades;

o integrated compliance and credit risk functions;

o highly efficient pricing on illiquid securities; and

o ability to automate back-office functions.

OUR GROWTH STRATEGY

Our objective is to be the leading provider of interactive electronic marketplaces worldwide. Our growth strategy to achieve this objective includes:

o focusing exclusively on developing and operating interactive electronic marketplaces;

o expanding the number of financial and non-financial products in our electronic marketplaces;

o converting clients to fully electronic trading;

o leveraging existing eSPEED (SM) system connectivity to deploy new products and services;

o enabling online retail broker access to wholesale marketplaces, where appropriate, for fixed income securities and other financial products so as to allow bonds and other financial instruments to trade online similar to stocks;

o pursuing acquisitions and strategic alliances; and

o leveraging our eSPEED (SM) system for use in non-financial, business-to-business and consumer marketplaces.

OUR HISTORY

We commenced operations in March 1999 as a division of Cantor Fitzgerald. Over the past 25 years, Cantor has been a leading global broker-dealer of fixed income securities. In 1972, Cantor developed the world's first screen-based brokerage market in U.S. government securities. Since the early 1990s, Cantor has been developing systems to promote fully electronic marketplaces. Since 1996, Cantor has invested more than $200 million in information technology, including the development of proprietary electronic transaction processing software, network distribution systems and related contractual rights, which culminated in the development of our eSPEED (SM) system.

Today, Cantor executes in excess of $45 trillion in transaction volume annually and is a major facilitator of liquidity in numerous financial products through its offices in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. Our eSPEED (SM) system provides the only way to electronically access Cantor's marketplaces. Consequently, we believe that clients will be strongly motivated to use our interactive electronic marketplaces. We share with Cantor a portion of the transaction-based revenues paid by financial market participants for trades using our electronic marketplaces. Cantor and most of the largest financial institutions in the world are currently our primary clients. See "Relationship with Cantor--Joint Services Agreement."

Concurrent with this offering, Cantor is contributing to us substantially all of our assets, including the eSPEED (SM) system. In exchange for these assets, we are issuing to Cantor common stock that will represent over 98% of the voting power of our outstanding capital stock after this offering. We believe our relationship with Cantor is a significant competitive advantage.

HOW TO CONTACT US

Our executive offices are located at One World Trade Center, 103rd Floor, New York, New York 10048. Our telephone number is (212) 938-3773. Our Web site is http://www.espeed.com and our e-mail address is info@espeed.com. We are a Delaware corporation.

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THIS OFFERING

Class A common stock offered by:

  eSpeed..................................  6,000,000 shares

  The selling stockholder.................  2,500,000 shares
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     Total................................  8,500,000 shares
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Common stock to be outstanding after this
  offering................................  8,500,000 shares of Class A common stock and 41,500,000 shares of
                                            Class B common stock (1)(2)

Use of proceeds...........................  We intend to use the net proceeds from this offering for
                                            (1) investment in hardware and software for entry into existing and
                                            new marketplaces, (2) hiring technology and other professionals to
                                            develop new products, (3) sales, marketing and advertising and
                                            (4) working capital and general corporate purposes, including
                                            possible acquisitions. See "Use of Proceeds" and "Relationship with
                                            Cantor."

Voting rights.............................  The rights of holders of shares of common stock are substantially
                                            identical, except that holders of Class B common stock will be
                                            entitled to 10 votes per share, while holders of Class A common stock
                                            will be entitled to one vote per share. See "Description of Capital
                                            Stock."

Nasdaq National Market symbol.............  ESPD


(1) Excludes 7,500,000 shares of Class A common stock reserved for issuance upon exercise of options granted under our stock option plan in connection with this offering at an exercise price per share equal to the initial public offering price.

(2) Excludes 127,500 shares of Class A common stock reserved for issuance upon exercise of warrants we expect to grant upon completion of this offering. These warrants will have an exercise price per share equal to the initial public offering price.

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SUMMARY CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL DATA

                                                               FOR THE PERIOD FROM MARCH 10, 1999
                                                               (DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS)
                                                                TO SEPTEMBER 24, 1999
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STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS DATA: (1)
Total revenues..............................................               $ 24,139,469
Total expenses..............................................                 30,925,117
Loss before benefit for income taxes........................                 (6,785,648)
Net loss....................................................                 (6,613,841)

PRO FORMA DATA: (2)
Pro forma net loss..........................................               $ (6,785,648)
Basic and diluted pro forma net loss per share..............               $      (0.15)
Shares outstanding..........................................                 44,000,000

                                                                                 SEPTEMBER 24, 1999
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                                                                        ACTUAL                         AS ADJUSTED (3)
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STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION DATA:
Cash........................................................               $    200,000                 $  98,730,000
Total assets................................................                 10,798,264                   109,328,264
Total liabilities...........................................                 11,756,806                    11,756,806
Total stockholder's equity..................................                   (958,542)                   97,571,458


(1) Excludes a one-time, non-cash charge of approximately $4 million that we expect to incur in the fourth quarter of fiscal 1999 due to option grants we intend to make to Cantor employees exercisable at the initial public offering price.

(2) Pro forma data present the net loss and net loss per share data as if we were subject to income tax as a corporation. The tax benefit for state and local tax, which is available to us as a division of Cantor, is not available to us as a corporation because of our net operating loss position. The determination of shares outstanding and loss per share data reflects the effect of the consummation of the formation transactions as discussed in "Relationship with Cantor--The Formation Transactions" as if those events had taken place at the beginning of the period.

(3) Reflects the sale of the 6,000,000 shares of Class A common stock offered by us hereby, at an assumed public offering price of $18.00 per share, after deducting the estimated offering expenses and underwriting discounts and commissions payable by us.

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__________________________________RISK FACTORS__________________________________

The purchase of our Class A common stock involves substantial investment risks. You should carefully consider the following risk factors, together with the other information in this prospectus, before purchasing our Class A common stock. If any of the following risks actually occur, our business, financial condition or results of operations could be materially adversely affected, the trading price of our Class A common stock could decline and you may lose all or part of your investment.

RISKS RELATED TO OUR BUSINESS

BECAUSE WE HAVE A LIMITED OPERATING HISTORY, YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO ACCURATELY EVALUATE eSPEED.

We are a recently formed company. We have had limited operations to date and, as a result, we have a limited operating history upon which to evaluate the merits of investing in our Class A common stock. As an early stage company, we are subject to risks, expenses and difficulties associated with implementing our business plan that are not typically encountered by more mature companies. In particular, our prospects are subject to risks, expenses and uncertainties encountered by companies in the new and rapidly evolving market for electronic commerce products and services. These risks include our failure or inability to:

o provide services to our clients that are reliable and cost-effective;

o expand our sales structure and marketing programs;

o increase awareness of our brand or market positioning; and

o respond to technological developments or service offerings by competitors.

We may not be able to implement our business plan successfully, or at all.

BECAUSE WE HAVE A HISTORY OF LOSSES, WE EXPECT TO CONTINUE TO INCUR LOSSES AND GENERATE NEGATIVE CASH FLOW FROM OPERATIONS FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE.

Since our inception, we have incurred substantial costs to develop our technology and infrastructure. As a result, from our inception through September 24, 1999, we have sustained cumulative net losses of $6.6 million or $6.8 million on a pro forma basis. We expect that we will continue to incur losses and generate negative cash flow from operations for the foreseeable future as we continue to develop our systems and infrastructure and expand our brand recognition and client base through increased marketing efforts.

IF WE DO NOT EXPAND THE USE OF OUR ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS, OR IF OUR AND CANTOR'S CLIENTS DO NOT UTILIZE OUR MARKETPLACES OR SERVICES, OUR REVENUES AND PROFITABILITY WILL BE ADVERSELY AFFECTED.

The use of electronic marketplaces is relatively new. The success of our business plan depends, in part, on our ability to maintain and expand the network of brokers, dealers, banks and other financial institutions which will utilize our interactive electronic marketplaces. We cannot assure you that we will be able to continue to expand our marketplaces, or that we will be able to retain the current participants in our marketplaces. None of our agreements with market participants require them to use our electronic marketplaces.

IF WE ARE UNABLE TO ENTER INTO MARKETING AND STRATEGIC ALLIANCES, WE MAY NOT GENERATE INCREASED TRADING IN OUR ELECTRONIC MARKETPLACES.

We expect to enter into strategic alliances with other market participants, such as retail brokers, exchanges, market makers, clearinghouses and technology companies, in order to increase client access to and use of our electronic marketplaces. We cannot assure you that we will be able to enter into these strategic alliances on terms that are favorable to us, or at all. The success of these relationships will depend on the amount of increased trading in our electronic marketplaces by the clients of these strategic alliance partners. These arrangements may not generate the expected number of new clients or increased trading volume we are seeking.

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TO INCREASE AWARENESS OF OUR ELECTRONIC MARKETPLACES, WE MAY NEED TO INCUR

SIGNIFICANT MARKETING EXPENSES.

To successfully execute our business plan, we must build awareness and understanding of our electronic marketplace services, brand and the adaptability of our electronic marketplaces for non-financial products. In order to build this awareness, our marketing efforts must succeed and we must provide high-quality services. These efforts will require us to incur significant expenses. We cannot assure you that our marketing efforts will be successful or that the allocation of funds to these marketing efforts will be the most effective use of those funds.

IF WE EXPERIENCE COMPUTER SYSTEMS FAILURES OR CAPACITY CONSTRAINTS, OUR ABILITY TO CONDUCT OUR OPERATIONS COULD BE HARMED.

We internally support and maintain many of our computer systems and networks. Our failure to monitor or maintain these systems and networks or, if necessary, to find a replacement for this technology in a timely and cost-effective manner, would have a material adverse effect on our ability to conduct our operations.

We also rely and expect to rely on third parties for various computer and communications systems, such as telephone companies, online service providers, data processors, clearance organizations and software and hardware vendors. Our systems, or those of our third party providers, may fail or operate slowly, causing one or more of the following:

o unanticipated disruptions in service to our clients;

o slower response times;

o delays in our clients' trade execution;

o failed settlement by clients to whom we provide services to facilitate settlement operations;

o decreased client service satisfaction;

o incomplete or inaccurate accounting, recording or processing of trades;

o financial losses;

o litigation or other client claims; and

o regulatory sanctions.

We cannot assure you that we will not experience systems failures from power or telecommunications failure, acts of God or war, human error, natural disasters, fire, power loss, sabotage, hardware or software malfunctions or defects, computer viruses, intentional acts of vandalism and similar events. The assets acquired by us from Cantor in the formation transactions have been acquired by us "as is." Although Cantor has been using the systems and technology being transferred to us in its business, there can be no assurance that such systems and technology are entirely free from defects. To the extent any defects are discovered, we will not have any recourse against Cantor. Any system failure that causes an interruption in service or decreases the responsiveness of our service, including failures caused by client error or misuse of our systems, could damage our reputation, business and brand name.

IF WE DO NOT EFFECTIVELY MANAGE OUR GROWTH, OUR EXISTING PERSONNEL AND SYSTEMS MAY BE STRAINED AND OUR BUSINESS MAY NOT OPERATE EFFICIENTLY.

In order to execute our business plan, we must grow significantly. This growth will place significant strain on our personnel, management systems and resources. We expect that the number of our employees, including technical and management-level employees, will continue to increase for the foreseeable future. We must continue to improve our operational and financial systems and managerial controls and procedures, and we will need to continue to expand, train and manage our technical workforce. We must also maintain close coordination among our technical, compliance, accounting, finance and marketing and sales organizations. We cannot assure you that we will manage our growth effectively, and failure to do so could result in our business operating inefficiently.

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IF WE ARE UNABLE TO KEEP UP WITH RAPID TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES, WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO COMPETE EFFECTIVELY.

To remain competitive, we must continue to enhance and improve the responsiveness, functionality, accessibility and features of our proprietary software, network distribution systems and technologies. The financial services and e-commerce industries are characterized by rapid technological change, changes in use and client requirements and preferences, frequent product and service introductions embodying new technologies and the emergence of new industry standards and practices that could render our existing proprietary technology and systems obsolete. Our success will depend, in part, on our ability to:

o develop and license leading technologies useful in our business;

o enhance our existing services;

o develop new services and technologies that address the increasingly sophisticated and varied needs of our existing and prospective clients; and

o respond to technological advances and emerging industry standards and practices on a cost-effective and timely basis.

The development of proprietary electronic trading technology entails significant technical, financial and business risks. Further, the adoption of new Internet, networking or telecommunications technologies may require us to devote substantial resources to modify and adapt our services. We cannot assure you that we will successfully implement new technologies or adapt our proprietary technology and transaction-processing systems to client requirements or emerging industry standards. We cannot assure you that we will be able to respond in a timely manner to changing market conditions or client requirements.

IF WE WERE TO LOSE THE SERVICES OF MEMBERS OF MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEES WHO POSSESS SPECIALIZED MARKET KNOWLEDGE AND TECHNOLOGY SKILLS, WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO MANAGE OUR OPERATIONS EFFECTIVELY OR DEVELOP NEW ELECTRONIC MARKETPLACES.

Our future success depends, in significant part, on the continued service of Howard Lutnick, our Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Frederick Varacchi, our President and Chief Operating Officer, and our other executive officers and managers and sales and technical personnel who possess extensive financial markets knowledge and technology skills. We cannot assure you that we would be able to find an appropriate replacement for Mr. Lutnick or Mr. Varacchi if the need should arise. Any loss or interruption of Mr. Lutnick's or Mr. Varacchi's services could result in our inability to manage our operations effectively and/or develop new electronic marketplaces. We have not entered into employment agreements with and we do not have "key person" life insurance policies on any of our officers or other personnel. All of the members of our senior management team are also officers, partners or key employees of Cantor. As a result, they dedicate only a portion of their professional efforts to our business and operations. We cannot assure you that the time these persons devote to our business and operations in the future will be adequate and that we will not experience an adverse effect on our operations due to the demands placed on our management team by their other professional obligations. We intend to strive to provide high quality services that will allow us to establish and maintain long-term relationships with our clients. Our ability to do so will depend, in large part, upon the individual employees who represent us in our dealings with clients. The market for qualified programmers, technicians and sales persons is extremely competitive and has grown more so in recent periods as electronic commerce has experienced growth. We cannot assure you that we will be successful in our efforts to recruit and retain the required personnel.

IF CANTOR OR WE ARE UNABLE TO PROTECT THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS WE LICENSE FROM CANTOR OR OWN, OUR ABILITY TO OPERATE ELECTRONIC TRADING MARKETPLACES MAY BE MATERIALLY ADVERSELY AFFECTED.

Our business is dependent on proprietary technology and other intellectual property rights. We license our patented technology from Cantor. The license arrangement is exclusive, except in the event that (1) we are unwilling to provide to Cantor any requested services covered by the patents with respect to a marketplace and Cantor elects not to require us to do so, or we are unable to provide such services or (2) we do not exercise our right of first refusal to provide to Cantor electronic brokerage services with respect to a marketplace, in which case Cantor retains a limited right to use the patents and patent applications solely in connection with the operation of that marketplace. We cannot guarantee that the concepts which are the

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subject of the patents and patent applications covered by the license from Cantor are patentable or that issued patents are or will be valid and enforceable. Where patents are granted in the U.S., we can give no assurance that equivalent patents will be granted in Europe or elsewhere, as a result of differences in local laws affecting patentability and validity. Moreover, we cannot guarantee that Cantor's issued patents are valid and enforceable, or that third parties competing or intending to compete with us will not infringe any of these patents. Despite precautions we or Cantor has taken or may take to protect our intellectual property rights, it is possible that third parties may copy or otherwise obtain and use our proprietary technology without authorization. It is also possible that third parties may independently develop technologies similar to ours. It may be difficult for us to monitor unauthorized use of our proprietary technology and intellectual property rights. We cannot assure you that the steps we have taken will prevent misappropriation of our technology or intellectual property rights.

We intend to use our eSPEED (SM) service mark for the services described herein and have applied to register that service mark in a number of jurisdictions around the world. Although several existing third party registrations and applications for trademarks consisting of designations similar to ours in certain European countries have recently come to light, they are for goods and services that are different from those being offered under our eSPEED (SM) service mark. Although we are not presently aware of any third party objections to our use or registration of our eSPEED (SM) service mark in these countries, and believe we could defend against any third party claims asserted in these countries, such registrations and applications could potentially affect the registration, and/or limit our use, of our eSPEED (SM) service mark in these European countries, thereby requiring us to adopt and use another service mark for our services in such countries.

IF IT BECOMES NECESSARY TO PROTECT OR DEFEND OUR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, WE MAY HAVE TO RESORT TO COSTLY LITIGATION.

We may have to resort to litigation to enforce our intellectual property rights, protect our trade secrets, determine the validity and scope of the proprietary rights of others, or defend ourselves from claims of infringement, invalidity or unenforceability. We may incur substantial costs and diversion of resources as a result of litigation, even if we win. In the event we do not win, we may have to enter into royalty or licensing agreements. We cannot assure you that an agreement would be available to us on reasonable terms, if at all.

One of the patents we license from Cantor and which relates to INTERACTIVE MATCHING (SM) is currently the subject of litigation involving Liberty Brokerage Investment Corporation and Liberty Brokerage Inc. This patent is exclusively licensed to us subject to certain conditions. We will assume responsibility for defending this suit on behalf of Cantor and its affiliates. If we are not successful in defending this lawsuit, it could materially adversely affect our exclusive ability to use the technology covered by the patent and our ability to compete effectively. We have also agreed to indemnify Cantor with respect to all costs arising in connection with or relating to this lawsuit, including any damages or judgments. We cannot assure you that any of the patents owned or licensed by us will be upheld by a court as valid and/or enforceable. See "Business--Our Intellectual Property" and "--Legal Proceedings."

IF OUR SOFTWARE LICENSES FROM THIRD PARTIES ARE TERMINATED, OUR ABILITY TO OPERATE OUR BUSINESS MAY BE MATERIALLY ADVERSELY AFFECTED.

We license software from third parties, much of which is integral to our systems and our business. The licenses are terminable if we breach our obligations under the license agreements. If any of these relationships were terminated or if any of these third parties were to cease doing business, we may be forced to spend significant time and money to replace the licensed software. However, we cannot assure you that the necessary replacements will be available on reasonable terms, if at all.

IF THE STRENGTH OF OUR DOMAIN NAMES IS DILUTED, THE VALUE OF OUR PROPRIETARY RIGHTS MAY DECREASE.

We own many Internet domain names including "www.espeed.com." The regulation of domain names in the United States and in foreign countries may change and the strength of our names could be diluted. We may not be able to prevent third parties from acquiring domain names that infringe or otherwise decrease the value of our trademarks and other proprietary rights.

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IF WE INFRINGE ON PATENT RIGHTS OR COPYRIGHTS OF OTHERS, WE COULD BECOME INVOLVED IN COSTLY LITIGATION.

Patents or copyrights of third parties may have an important bearing on our ability to offer certain of our products and services. We cannot assure you that we are or will be aware of all patents or copyrights containing claims that may pose a risk of infringement by our products and services. In addition, patent applications in the United States are generally confidential until a patent is issued. As a result, we cannot evaluate the extent to which our products and services may be covered or asserted to be covered by claims contained in pending patent applications. In general, if one or more of our products or services were to infringe patents held by others, we may be required to stop developing or marketing the products or services, to obtain licenses to develop and market the services from the holders of the patents or to redesign the products or services in such a way as to avoid infringing on the patent claims, which could limit the manner in which we conduct our operations.

On May 5, 1999, Cantor and The Board of Trade of the City of Chicago, The New York Mercantile Exchange and The Chicago Mercantile Exchange were sued by Electronic Trading Systems, Inc. in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas (Dallas Division) for alleged infringement of Wagner United States patent 4,903,201, entitled "Automated Futures Trade Exchange." The patent relates to a system and method for implementing an electronic, computer-automated futures exchange and affects only the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM). If the plaintiff is successful in this lawsuit, we may be required to obtain a license to develop and market one or more of our services, to cease developing or marketing services or to redesign those services. We cannot assure you that we would be able to obtain these licenses or that we would be able to obtain them at commercially reasonable rates or, if unable to obtain licenses, that we would be able to redesign our services to avoid infringement. Therefore, this lawsuit could materially adversely affect our ability to offer electronic trading marketplaces in the future. See "Business--Legal Proceedings."

DUE TO INTENSE COMPETITION IN OUR INDUSTRY, OUR MARKET SHARE AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE COULD SUFFER.

The electronic trading and Internet-based financial services markets are highly competitive and many of our competitors are more established and have greater financial resources than us. We expect that competition will intensify in the future. Many of our competitors also have greater market presence, engineering and marketing capabilities and technological and personnel resources than we do. As a result, as compared to us, our competitors may:

o develop and expand their network infrastructures and service offerings more efficiently or more quickly;

o adapt more swiftly to new or emerging technologies and changes in client requirements;

o take advantage of acquisitions and other opportunities more effectively;

o devote greater resources to the marketing and sale of their products and services; and

o more effectively leverage existing relationships with clients and strategic partners or exploit more recognized brand names to market and sell their services.

Our current and prospective competitors are numerous and include:

o Interdealer brokerage firms, including Liberty Brokerage Investment Corporation and Garban-Intercapital plc.

o Technology companies and market data and information vendors, including Reuters Group plc, Bloomberg L.P. and Bridge Information Systems, Inc.;

o Securities or futures exchanges or similar entities, including the Chicago Board of Trade, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, the Chicago Board of Options Exchange, Eurex, the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq National Market;

o Electronic communications networks, crossing systems and similar entities such as Investment Technology Group and Optimark Technologies Inc.; and

o Consortia such as BrokerTec Global LLC and EuroMTS.

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We believe that we may also face competition from large computer software companies, media and technology companies and some securities brokerage firms that are currently our clients. In addition, Market Data Corporation, which is controlled by Iris Cantor and Rodney Fisher, has technology for electronic trading systems that, if provided to our competitors in the wholesale market, will be of substantial assistance to them in competing with us. Iris Cantor and Rod Fisher are limited partners of Cantor. See "Legal Proceedings."

The number of businesses providing Internet-based financial services is rapidly growing, and other companies, in addition to those named above, have entered into or are forming joint ventures or consortia to provide services similar to those provided by us. Others may acquire the capabilities necessary to compete with us through acquisitions.

In the event we extend the application of our INTERACTIVE MATCHING (SM) technology to conducting or facilitating auctions of consumer goods and services over the Internet, we expect to compete with both online and traditional sellers of these products and services. The market for selling products and services over the Internet is new, rapidly evolving and intensely competitive. Current and new competitors can launch new sites at a relatively low cost. We expect we will potentially compete with a variety of companies with respect to each product or service we offer. We may face competition from e-Bay, priceline.com, Amazon.com and a number of other large Internet companies that have expertise in developing online commerce and in facilitating Internet traffic, including America Online, Microsoft and Yahoo!, which could choose to compete with us either directly or indirectly through affiliations with other e-commerce companies. We cannot assure you that we will be able to compete effectively with such companies.

BECAUSE SOME OF OUR CLIENTS MAY DEVELOP ELECTRONIC TRADING NETWORKS, WE COULD COMPETE WITH THEM IN ASPECTS OF OUR BUSINESS.

Consortia owned by some of our clients have announced their intention to explore the development of electronic trading networks. BrokerTec Global LLC, a proposed electronic inter-dealer fixed income broker whose members include Citigroup, Credit Suisse First Boston, Deutsche Bank AG, Goldman Sachs Group, Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch & Co., Dresdner Kleinwort Benson, ABN-AMRO and Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, has announced its intention to develop or acquire a facility for electronic trading of U.S. Treasury securities, Euro-denominated sovereign debt and other fixed income securities and futures-related products. All of the members of BrokerTec Global LLC are currently clients of Cantor and ours. Consortia such as BrokerTec Global LLC may compete with us and our electronic marketplaces in the future. We currently compete with a similar consortium called EuroMTS in Europe. The members of EuroMTS include the leading fixed income dealers in European government securities, as well as clients of Cantor and ours.

IF WE EXPERIENCE LOW TRADING VOLUME IN SECURITIES AND FINANCIAL PRODUCTS, OUR PROFITABILITY COULD SUFFER.

We have experienced significant fluctuations in the aggregate trading volume of securities and financial products being traded in our marketplaces. We expect that fluctuations in the trading volume of securities and financial products traded in our marketplaces will occur in the future from time to time and have a direct impact on our future operating results. This may cause significant fluctuations in our profitability when the trading volumes are low.

IF ADVERSE ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL CONDITIONS OCCUR, SUBSTANTIAL DECLINES IN THE U.S. AND GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES MARKETS MAY RESULT AND OUR PROFITABILITY COULD SUFFER.

The global financial services business is, by its nature, risky and volatile and is directly affected by many national and international factors that are beyond our control. Any one of these factors may cause a substantial decline in the U.S. and global financial services markets, resulting in reduced trading volume and turnover. These events could materially adversely affect our profitability. These factors include:

o economic and political conditions in the United States and elsewhere in the world;

o concerns over inflation and wavering institutional/consumer confidence levels;

o the availability of cash for investment by mutual funds and other wholesale and retail investors;

o rising interest rates;

o fluctuating exchange rates;

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o legislative and regulatory changes; and

o currency values.

In the past several years, the U.S. financial markets have achieved historic highs. We do not believe these strong markets can continue indefinitely. Our revenues and profitability are likely to decline significantly during periods of stagnant economic conditions or low trading volume in the U.S. and global financial markets.

IF OUR SYSTEMS PROVE NOT TO BE YEAR 2000 COMPLIANT, WE COULD EXPERIENCE SIGNIFICANT BUSINESS INTERRUPTIONS.

With the Year 2000 approaching, many institutions around the world are reviewing and modifying their computer systems to ensure that they are Year 2000 compliant. The issue, in general terms, is that many existing computer systems and microprocessors with date functions, including those in non-information technology equipment and systems, use only two digits to identify a year in the date field with the assumption that the first two digits of the year are always "19". Consequently, on January 1, 2000, computers that are not Year 2000 compliant may read the year as 1900. Systems that calculate, compare or sort using the incorrect date may malfunction.

Because our business is dependent upon the proper functioning of our proprietary software, technologies and computer systems, a failure of our software, technologies or systems to be Year 2000 compliant would have a material adverse effect on us. If not remedied, potential risks include business interruption or shutdown, financial loss, regulatory actions, reputational harm and legal liability.

In addition, we depend upon the proper functioning of third-party computer and non-information technology systems. These parties include subcontractors, such as third-party administrators, and vendors, such as software vendors and providers of telecommunication services, quotation equipment and other utilities. If the third parties with which we interact have Year 2000 problems that are not remedied, disruptions may result, which could result in shutdowns by us and financial loss, regulatory actions, reputational harm and legal liability. Disruption or suspension of activity in the world's financial markets is also possible. In addition, uncertainty about the success of remediation efforts generally may cause many market participants to reduce the level of their market activities temporarily as they assess the effectiveness of these efforts during a "phase-in" period beginning in late 1999. This in turn could result in a general reduction in trading and other market activities. We cannot predict the impact that such reduction would have on us. Some of our contracts with our clients represent that our systems will be Year 2000 compliant. For these and other reasons, we may also be exposed to litigation with our clients as a result of Year 2000 problems. See "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations--Impact of the Year 2000."

BECAUSE WE EXPECT TO CONTINUE TO EXPAND OUR OPERATIONS OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA, WE MAY FACE SPECIAL ECONOMIC AND REGULATORY CHALLENGES THAT WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO MEET.

We operate electronic marketplaces throughout Europe and Asia and we plan to further expand our operations throughout these regions in the future. There are certain risks inherent in doing business in international markets, particularly in the regulated brokerage industry. These risks include:

o less developed automation in exchanges, depositories and national clearing systems;

o unexpected changes in regulatory requirements, tariffs and other trade barriers;

o difficulties in staffing and managing foreign operations;

o fluctuations in currency exchange rates;

o reduced protection for intellectual property rights;

o seasonal reductions in business activity during the summer months; and

o potentially adverse tax consequences.

We are required to comply with the laws and regulations of foreign governmental and regulatory authorities of each country in which we conduct business. These may include laws, rules and regulations relating to any aspect of the securities business, including sales methods, trade practices among broker-

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dealers, use and safekeeping of clients' funds and securities, capital structure, record-keeping, the financing of clients' purchases, broker-dealer and employee registration requirements and the conduct of directors, officers and employees. Any failure to develop effective compliance and reporting systems could result in regulatory penalties in the applicable jurisdiction.

The growth of the Internet as a means of conducting international business has also raised many legal issues regarding, among other things, the circumstances in which countries or other jurisdictions have the right to regulate Internet services that may be available to their citizens from service providers located elsewhere. In many cases, there are no laws, regulations, judicial decisions or governmental interpretations that clearly resolve these issues. This uncertainty may adversely affect our ability to use the Internet to expand our international operations, and creates the risk that we could be subject to disciplinary sanctions or other penalties for failure to comply with applicable laws or regulations.

IF WE ENTER NEW MARKETS, WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO SUCCESSFULLY ADAPT OUR TECHNOLOGY AND MARKETING STRATEGY FOR USE IN THOSE MARKETS.

We intend to leverage our eSPEED (SM) system and Cantor's relationships to enter new markets. We cannot assure you that we will be able to successfully adapt our proprietary software, electronic distribution networks and technology for use in other markets. Even if we do adapt our software, networks and technology, we cannot assure you that we will be able to attract clients and compete successfully in any such new markets. We cannot assure you that our marketing efforts or our pursuit of any of these opportunities will be successful. If these efforts are not successful, we could suffer losses while developing new marketplaces or realize less than expected earnings, which in turn could result in a decrease in the market value of our Class A common stock. Furthermore, these efforts may divert management attention or inefficiently utilize our resources. We intend to create electronic marketplaces for many financial products by the end of 2000, but there is no guarantee that we will be able to do so.

IF WE ACQUIRE OTHER COMPANIES, WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO INTEGRATE THEIR OPERATIONS EFFECTIVELY.

Our business strategy contemplates expansion through the acquisition of exchanges and other companies providing services or having technologies and operations which are complementary to ours. Acquisitions entail numerous risks, including:

o difficulties in the assimilation of acquired operations and products;

o diversion of management's attention from other business concerns;

o assumption of unknown material liabilities of acquired companies;

o amortization of acquired intangible assets, which would reduce future reported earnings; and

o potential loss of clients or key employees of acquired companies.

We cannot assure you that we will be able to integrate successfully any operations, personnel, services or products that might be acquired in the future, and our failure to do so could adversely affect our profitability and the value of our Class A common stock.

BECAUSE OUR BUSINESS IS SUBJECT TO EXTENSIVE GOVERNMENT AND OTHER REGULATION, WE MAY FACE RESTRICTIONS WITH RESPECT TO THE WAY WE CONDUCT OUR OPERATIONS.

The Securities and Exchange Commission, National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., Commodity Futures Trading Commission and other agencies extensively regulate the U.S. securities industry. Our international operations may be subject to similar regulations in specific jurisdictions. Our U.S. subsidiaries are required to comply strictly with the rules and regulations of these agencies. As a matter of public policy, these regulatory bodies are responsible for safeguarding the integrity of the securities and other financial markets and protecting the interests of investors in those markets. Most aspects of our U.S. broker-dealer subsidiaries are highly regulated, including:

o the way we deal with our clients;

o our capital requirements;

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o our financial and Securities and Exchange Commission reporting practices;

o required record keeping and record retention procedures;

o the licensing of our employees; and

o the conduct of our directors, officers, employees and affiliates.

If we fail to comply with any of these laws, rules or regulations, we may be subject to censure, fines, cease-and-desist orders, suspension of our business, suspensions of personnel or other sanctions, including revocation of registration as a broker-dealer. Changes in laws or regulations or in governmental policies could have a material adverse effect on the conduct of our business. These agencies have broad powers to investigate and enforce compliance and punish non-compliance with their rules and regulations. We cannot assure you that we and/or our directors, officers and employees will be able to fully comply with, and will not be subject to, claims or actions by these agencies.

The consumer products and services we anticipate offering through our electronic marketplaces are likely to be regulated by federal and state governments. Our ability to provide such services will be affected by these regulations. The implementation of unfavorable regulations or unfavorable interpretations of existing regulations by courts or regulatory bodies could require us to incur significant compliance costs or cause the development of affected markets to become impractical.

BECAUSE WE ARE SUBJECT TO RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH NET CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS, WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO ENGAGE IN OPERATIONS THAT REQUIRE SIGNIFICANT CAPITAL.

The Securities and Exchange Commission, Commodity Futures Trading Commission and various other regulatory agencies have stringent rules and regulations with respect to the maintenance of specific levels of net capital by broker-dealers. Net capital, which is assets minus liabilities, is the net worth of a broker or dealer, less deductions for certain types of assets. If a firm fails to maintain the required net capital, it may be subject to suspension or revocation of registration by the Securities and Exchange Commission or Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and suspension or expulsion by these regulators could ultimately lead to the firm's liquidation. If these net capital rules are changed or expanded, or if there is an unusually large charge against net capital, operations that require the intensive use of capital would be limited. Also, our ability to withdraw capital from broker-dealer subsidiaries could be restricted, which in turn could limit our ability to pay dividends, repay debt and redeem or purchase shares of our outstanding stock. A large operating loss or charge against net capital could adversely affect our ability to expand or even maintain our present levels of business, which could have a material adverse effect on our business.

As of September 24, 1999, if each of our regulated U.S. subsidiaries, eSpeed Securities, Inc. and eSpeed Government Securities, Inc., had been subject to the Uniform Net Capital Rule, the minimum net capital we would have had to maintain would have been $5,000 and $25,000, respectively. At that time, eSpeed Securities, Inc. and eSpeed Government Securities, Inc. had total net capital of approximately $90,000, or approximately $85,000 and $65,000, respectively, in excess of the minimum amount that would have been required. In addition, we may be subject to net capital requirements in foreign jurisdictions.

BECAUSE WE INTEND TO OFFER ACCESS TO SOME OF OUR MARKETPLACES TO ONLINE RETAIL BROKERS, WE ARE SUBJECT TO RISKS RELATING TO UNCERTAINTY IN THE REGULATION OF THE INTERNET.

There are currently few laws or regulations that specifically regulate communications or commerce on the Internet. However, laws and regulations may be adopted in the future that address issues such as user privacy, pricing, taxation and the characteristics and quality of products and services. For example, the Telecommunications Act sought to prohibit transmitting various types of information and content over the Internet. Several telecommunications companies have petitioned the Federal Communications Commission to regulate Internet service providers and online service providers in a manner similar to long distance telephone carriers and to impose access fees on those companies. This could increase the cost of transmitting data over the Internet. Moreover, it may take years to determine the extent to which existing laws relating to issues such as property ownership, libel and personal privacy are applicable to the Internet. Any new laws or regulations relating to the Internet could adversely affect our business.

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BECAUSE BROKERAGE SERVICES INVOLVE SUBSTANTIAL RISKS OF LIABILITY, WE MAY BECOME SUBJECT TO RISKS OF LITIGATION.

Many aspects of our business, and the businesses of our clients, involve substantial risks of liability. Dissatisfied clients frequently make claims regarding quality of trade execution, improperly settled trades, mismanagement or even fraud against their service providers. We and our clients may become subject to these claims as the result of failures or malfunctions of systems and services provided by us and may seek recourse against us. We could incur significant legal expenses defending claims, even those without merit. An adverse resolution of any lawsuits or claims against us could result in our obligation to pay substantial damages.

In addition, we may also become subject to legal proceedings and claims against Cantor and its affiliates as a result of the formation transactions. Although Cantor has agreed to indemnify us against claims or liabilities arising from our assets or operations prior to the formation transactions, we cannot assure you that such claims or litigation will not harm our business. See "Relationship with Cantor--Assignment and Assumption Agreement."

IF WE CANNOT DETER EMPLOYEE MISCONDUCT, WE MAY BE HARMED.

There have been a number of highly publicized cases involving fraud or other misconduct by employees in the financial services industry in recent years, and we run the risk that employee misconduct could occur. Misconduct by employees could include hiding unauthorized or unsuccessful activities from us. In either case, this type of conduct could result in unknown and unmanaged risks or losses. Employee misconduct could also involve the improper use of confidential information, which could result in regulatory sanctions and serious reputational harm. It is not always possible to deter employee misconduct, and the precautions we take to prevent and detect this activity may not be effective in all cases.

BECAUSE OUR BUSINESS IS DEVELOPING, WE CANNOT PREDICT OUR FUTURE CAPITAL NEEDS OR OUR ABILITY TO SECURE ADDITIONAL FINANCING.

We anticipate, based on management's experience and current industry trends, that our existing cash resources, combined with the net proceeds we will receive from this offering, will be sufficient to meet our anticipated working capital and capital expenditure requirements for at least the next 12 months. However, we may need to raise additional funds to:

o increase the regulatory net capital necessary to support our operations;

o support more rapid growth in our business;

o develop new or enhanced services and products;

o respond to competitive pressures;

o acquire complementary technologies; and

o respond to unanticipated requirements.

We cannot assure you that we will be able to obtain additional financing when needed on terms that are acceptable, if at all.

RISKS RELATED TO OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH CANTOR

BECAUSE WE DEPEND ON CANTOR'S BUSINESS, EVENTS WHICH IMPACT CANTOR'S OPERATING RESULTS MAY HAVE A MATERIAL ADVERSE EFFECT ON OUR REVENUES.

We recognized over 46% of our revenues for the period from March 10, 1999 to September 24, 1999 from transactions in which we received amounts based on fixed percentages of commissions paid to Cantor. Consequently, any reductions in the amount of commissions paid to Cantor, including events which impact Cantor's business or operating results, could have a material adverse effect on our most significant source of revenues.

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In addition, fees paid to us by Cantor for system services represented 37.7% of our revenues for the period from March 10, 1999 to September 24, 1999. These fee revenues are remitted to us on a monthly basis.

We are a general creditor of Cantor to the extent that there are transaction revenues and system service fees owing to us from Cantor. Events which negatively impact Cantor's financial position and ability to remit our share of transaction revenues and system service fees could have a material adverse effect on our revenues.

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AND COMPETITION WITH CANTOR MAY ARISE.

Various conflicts of interest between us and Cantor may arise in the future in a number of areas relating to our past and ongoing relationships, including competitive business activities, potential acquisitions of businesses or properties, the election of new directors, payment of dividends, incurrence of indebtedness, tax matters, financial commitments, marketing functions, indemnity arrangements, service arrangements, issuances of our capital stock, sales or distributions by Cantor of its shares of our common stock and the exercise by Cantor of control over our management and affairs. Our Joint Services Agreement with Cantor provides that in some circumstances Cantor can unilaterally determine the commissions that will be charged to clients for effecting trades in marketplaces in which we collaborate with Cantor. The determination of the nature of commissions charged to clients does not affect the allocation of revenues that Cantor and we share with respect to those transactions. However, in circumstances in which Cantor determines to charge clients lower commissions, the amount that we receive in respect of our share of the commissions will correspondingly be decreased. A majority of our directors and officers following this offering also serve as directors and/or officers of Cantor. Simultaneous service as an eSpeed director or officer and service as a director or officer, or status as a partner, of Cantor could create or appear to create potential conflicts of interest when such directors, officers and/or partners are faced with decisions that could have different implications for us and for Cantor. Mr. Lutnick, our Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, is the sole stockholder of the managing general partner of Cantor. As a result, Mr. Lutnick controls Cantor. Upon completion of this offering, Cantor will own all of the outstanding shares of our Class B common stock, representing approximately 98% of the combined voting power of all classes of our voting stock. Mr. Lutnick's simultaneous service as our Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and his control of Cantor could create or appear to create potential conflicts of interest when Mr. Lutnick is faced with decisions that could have different implications for us and for Cantor. See "Relationship with Cantor."

BECAUSE OUR JOINT SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH CANTOR HAS A PERPETUAL TERM AND CONTAINS NON-COMPETITION PROVISIONS AND RESTRICTIONS ON OUR ABILITY TO PURSUE STRATEGIC TRANSACTIONS, THIS AGREEMENT MAY BECOME BURDENSOME TO OUR BUSINESS.

As part of the formation transactions, Cantor will contribute substantially all of our assets to us. Although Cantor has agreed, subject to certain conditions, not to compete with us in providing electronic brokerage services, Cantor is currently engaged in financial instruments and securities transaction execution and processing operations and other activities which are related to the electronic trading services we provide. Our Joint Services Agreement obligates us to perform technology support and other services for Cantor at cost, whether or not related to our electronic brokerage services, sets forth the ongoing revenue sharing arrangements between Cantor and us and subjects us and Cantor to non-competition obligations. The Joint Services Agreement precludes us from entering into lines of business in which Cantor now or in the future may engage, or providing or assisting any third party in providing voice-assisted brokerage services, clearance, settlement and fulfillment services and related services, except under the limited circumstances described under "Relationship with Cantor--Joint Services Agreement--Non-competition Provisions." Although we believe Cantor has no plans to form, acquire or commence any other operations similar to ours, the Joint Services Agreement permits Cantor to perform, in limited circumstances, electronic brokerage operations. In addition, the Joint Services Agreement imposes limitations on our ability to pursue strategic alliances, joint ventures, partnerships, business combinations, acquisitions and similar transactions. Because the Joint Services Agreement has a perpetual term, even in the event of a breach by one of the parties, and does not provide for modification under its terms, this agreement may become burdensome for us, may

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distract us from focusing on our internal operations, may deter or discourage a takeover of our company and may limit our ability to expand our operations. See "Relationship with Cantor."

BECAUSE AGREEMENTS BETWEEN US AND CANTOR ARE NOT THE RESULT OF ARM'S-LENGTH NEGOTIATIONS, WE MAY RECEIVE LOWER COMMISSIONS FROM, AND PAY HIGHER SERVICE FEES TO, CANTOR THAN WE WOULD WITH RESPECT TO THIRD PARTY SERVICE PROVIDERS.

In connection with the formation transactions, we have entered into Assignment and Assumption Agreements, an Administrative Services Agreement, a Joint Services Agreement and several other agreements with Cantor relating to the provision of services to each other and third parties. These agreements are not the result of arm's-length negotiations because Cantor owns and controls us. As a result, the prices charged to us or by us for services provided under the agreements may be higher or lower than prices that may be charged by third parties and the terms of these agreements may be generally less favorable to us than those that we could have negotiated with third parties. See "Relationship with Cantor."

BECAUSE WE DEPEND ON SERVICES AND ACCESS TO OPERATING ASSETS PROVIDED BY THIRD PARTIES TO CANTOR, WE MAY NOT HAVE RECOURSE AGAINST THOSE THIRD PARTIES.

Many of the assets and services provided by Cantor under the terms of the Administrative Services Agreement are leased or provided to Cantor by third party vendors. As a result, in the event of a dispute between Cantor and a third party vendor, we could lose access to, or the right to use, as applicable, office space, personnel, corporate services and operating assets. In such a case, we would have no recourse with respect to the third party vendor. Our inability to use these services and operating assets for any reason, including any termination of the Administrative Services Agreement between us and Cantor or the agreements between Cantor and third party vendors, could result in serious interruptions of our operations.

OUR REPUTATION MAY BE AFFECTED BY ACTIONS TAKEN BY CANTOR AND ENTITIES WHICH ARE RELATED TO CANTOR.

Initially, Cantor will be our most significant client. Cantor holds direct and indirect ownership and management interests in numerous other entities which engage in a broad range of financial services and securities-related activities. Actions taken by, and events involving, Cantor or these related companies which are perceived negatively by the securities markets, or the public generally, could have a material adverse effect on us and could affect the price of our Class A common stock. In addition, events which negatively affect the financial condition of Cantor may negatively affect us. These events could cause Cantor to lose clients that may trade in our marketplaces, could impair Cantor's ability to perform its obligations under the Joint Services Agreement and other agreements Cantor enters into with us and could cause Cantor to liquidate investments, including by selling or otherwise transferring shares of our common stock.

IF WE BECOME SUBJECT TO LITIGATION AND OTHER LEGAL PROCEEDINGS, WE MAY BE HARMED.

From time to time, we and Cantor may become involved in litigation and other legal proceedings relating to claims arising from our and their operations in the normal course of business. Cantor is currently subject to a number of legal proceedings that could affect us. See "Business--Legal Proceedings." We cannot assure you that these or other litigation or legal proceedings will not materially affect our ability to conduct our business in the manner that we expect or otherwise adversely affect us.

RISKS RELATED TO E-COMMERCE AND THE INTERNET

IF ELECTRONIC MARKETPLACES FOR SECURITIES AND FINANCIAL PRODUCTS DO NOT CONTINUE TO GROW, WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ACHIEVE OUR BUSINESS OBJECTIVES.

The success of our business plan depends on our ability to create interactive electronic marketplaces in a wide range of securities and financial products. Historically, securities and commodities markets operated through an open outcry format in which buyers and sellers traded securities in pits through verbal communication. These open outcry markets have recently begun to be supplanted with new systems which match buyers and sellers electronically. The utilization of our interactive electronic marketplaces depends on

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the continued acceptance and utilization of these electronic securities and commodities markets. We cannot assure you that the growth and acceptance of the use of electronic markets will continue.

IF E-COMMERCE AND INTERNET USAGE DOES NOT CONTINUE TO GROW, WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ACHIEVE OUR BUSINESS OBJECTIVES.

As part of our business strategy, we expect to do business with online and traditional retail brokers. We expect to enable these firms to provide to their clients access, where appropriate, to trading in fixed income securities and futures and other wholesale financial products markets through the Internet.

Our strategic and financial objectives would be adversely impacted if Internet usage does not continue to grow. Consumer use of the Internet as a medium of commerce is a recent phenomenon and is subject to a high level of uncertainty. Internet usage may be inhibited for a number of reasons, including:

o access costs;

o inadequate network infrastructure;

o security concerns;

o uncertainty of legal, regulatory and tax issues concerning the use of the Internet;

o concerns regarding ease of use, accessibility and reliability;

o inconsistent quality of service; and

o lack of availability of cost-effective, high-speed service.

If Internet usage grows, the Internet infrastructure may not be able to support the demands placed on it, or the Internet's performance and reliability may decline. Similarly, Web sites have experienced interruptions in their service as a result of outages and other delays occurring throughout the Internet network infrastructure. If these outages or delays occur frequently, use of the Internet as a commercial or business medium could grow more slowly or decline. Even if Internet usage continues to grow, online trading in the wholesale securities markets, and in particular the fixed income securities and futures markets, may not be accepted by retail customers. This could negatively affect the growth of our business.

OUR NETWORKS AND THOSE OF OUR THIRD PARTY SERVICE PROVIDERS MAY BE VULNERABLE TO SECURITY RISKS, WHICH COULD MAKE OUR CLIENTS HESITANT TO USE OUR ELECTRONIC MARKETPLACES.

We expect the secure transmission of confidential information over public networks to be a critical element of our operations. Our networks and those of our third party service providers, including Cantor and associated clearing corporations, and our clients may be vulnerable to unauthorized access, computer viruses and other security problems. Persons who circumvent security measures could wrongfully use our information or cause interruptions or malfunctions in our operations, which could make our clients hesitant to use our electronic marketplaces. We may be required to expend significant resources to protect against the threat of security breaches or to alleviate problems, including reputational harm and litigation, caused by any breaches. Although we intend to continue to implement industry-standard security measures, we cannot assure you that those measures will be sufficient.

RISKS RELATED TO OUR CAPITAL STRUCTURE

BECAUSE THE VOTING CONTROL OF OUR COMMON STOCK WILL BE CONCENTRATED AMONG THE HOLDERS OF OUR CLASS B COMMON STOCK, THE MARKET PRICE OF OUR CLASS A COMMON STOCK MAY BE ADVERSELY AFFECTED BY DISPARATE VOTING RIGHTS.

After this offering, Cantor will beneficially own all of our outstanding Class B common stock, representing approximately 98% of the combined voting power of all classes of our voting stock. As long as Cantor beneficially owns a majority of the combined voting power of our common stock, it will have the ability, without the consent of the public stockholders, to elect all of the members of our board of directors and to control our management and affairs. In addition, it will be able to determine the outcome of matters submitted to a vote of our stockholders for approval and will be able to cause or prevent a change in control

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of our company. In certain circumstances, the Class B common stock issued to Cantor upon consummation of the formation transactions may be transferred without conversion to Class A common stock.

The holders of our Class A common stock and Class B common stock have substantially identical rights, except that holders of our Class A common stock are entitled to one vote per share, while holders of our Class B common stock are entitled to 10 votes per share on all matters to be voted on by stockholders in general. This differential in the voting rights and our ability to issue additional Class B common stock could adversely affect the market price of our Class A common stock.

DELAWARE LAW AND OUR CHARTER MAY MAKE A TAKEOVER OF OUR COMPANY MORE DIFFICULT.

Provisions of Delaware law, such as its business combination statute, may have the effect of delaying, deferring or preventing a change in control of our company. In addition, our Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation authorizes the issuance of preferred stock, which our board of directors can create and issue without prior stockholder approval and with rights senior to those of our common stock, as well as additional shares of our Class B common stock. Our Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation and our Amended and Restated By-Laws include provisions which restrict the ability of our stockholders to take action by written consent and provide for advance notice for stockholder proposals and director nominations. These provisions may have the effect of delaying or preventing changes of control or management of our company, even if such transactions would have significant benefits to our stockholders. As a result, these provisions could limit the price some investors might be willing to pay in the future for shares of our Class A common stock.

DELAWARE LAW MAY PROTECT DECISIONS OF OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS THAT HAVE A DIFFERENT EFFECT ON HOLDERS OF OUR CLASS A AND CLASS B COMMON STOCK.

You may not be able to challenge decisions that have an adverse effect upon holders of the Class A common stock if our board of directors acts in a disinterested, informed manner with respect to these decisions, in good faith and in the belief that it is acting in the best interests of our stockholders. Delaware law generally provides that a board of directors owes an equal duty to all stockholders, regardless of class or series, and does not have separate or additional duties to either group of stockholders, subject to applicable provisions set forth in a company's charter.

BECAUSE WE ARE A HOLDING COMPANY, WE WILL DEPEND ON OUR SUBSIDIARIES TO GENERATE REVENUES AND DISTRIBUTE CASH TO US.

We are a holding company. Our sole assets are our equity interests in our subsidiaries. We have no independent means of generating revenues. We will incur income taxes on revenues that we generate. We intend to cause our subsidiaries to distribute cash to us in amounts sufficient to cover our tax liabilities, if any. Our subsidiaries' ability to distribute cash to us will be subject to legal restrictions, including the net capital rules and the requirements that they have surplus capital or earnings available for distribution. We cannot assure you that our subsidiaries will be able to provide us with the funds necessary to satisfy our obligations or conduct our operations as contemplated by our business strategy.

RISKS RELATED TO THIS OFFERING

THERE HAS NOT BEEN ANY PRIOR PUBLIC MARKET FOR OUR CLASS A COMMON STOCK, AND WE CANNOT ASSURE YOU THAT AN ACTIVE TRADING MARKET WILL DEVELOP OR BE SUSTAINED.

Prior to this offering, there has been no public market for the Class A common stock and we cannot assure you that an active trading market will develop or be sustained. The initial public offering price of our Class A common stock will be determined through negotiation between us and the representatives of the underwriters and may not be indicative of the market price for our Class A common stock after this offering.

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THE MARKET PRICE OF OUR CLASS A COMMON STOCK MAY FLUCTUATE WIDELY AND TRADE AT PRICES BELOW THE INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING PRICE.

The price of our Class A common stock after this offering may fluctuate widely, depending upon many factors, including our perceived prospects, and the prospects of the financial industries in general, differences between our actual financial and operating results and those expected by investors and analysts, changes in analysts' recommendations or projections, changes in general valuations for Internet and e-commerce-related companies, changes in general economic or market conditions and broad market fluctuations. As a result, our Class A common stock may trade at prices significantly below the initial public offering price.

MANAGEMENT WILL HAVE DISCRETION OVER THE USE OF PROCEEDS WE RECEIVE FROM THIS OFFERING AND MAY NOT USE THE FUNDS IN A MANNER THAT YOU WOULD APPROVE.

We intend to use the majority of the net proceeds we receive from this offering for technological and product development and improvements in existing and new marketplaces, hiring technology and other personnel to develop new products, sales, marketing and advertising initiatives and working capital and general corporate purposes, including possible acquisitions. Pending application of these uses, we intend to use the net proceeds to purchase short-term marketable securities. Our management will have broad discretion with respect to the use of these funds and the determination of the timing of expenditures. We cannot assure you that management will use these funds in a manner that you would approve or that the allocations will be in the best interests of our stockholders.

YOUR SHARE OWNERSHIP IN eSPEED WILL BE IMMEDIATELY AND SUBSTANTIALLY DILUTED.

Purchasers of our Class A common stock in this offering will experience immediate and substantial dilution in net tangible book value of $16.05 per share, based on an assumed initial public offering price of $18.00 per share.

FUTURE SALES OF OUR SHARES COULD ADVERSELY AFFECT THE MARKET PRICE OF OUR CLASS A COMMON STOCK.

If our existing stockholders sell a large number of shares, or if we issue a large number of shares of our common stock in connection with future acquisitions, strategic alliances or otherwise, the market price of our Class A common stock could decline significantly. Moreover, the perception in the public market that these stockholders might sell shares of Class A common stock could depress the market price of our Class A common stock.

Although we and our directors, executive officers and holders of common stock and securities convertible into or exercisable or exchangeable for common stock issued prior to this offering or in connection with the consummation of the formation transactions have agreed pursuant to certain "lock-up" agreements with the underwriters that we and they will not offer, sell, contract to sell, pledge, grant any option to sell, or otherwise dispose of, directly or indirectly, any shares of common stock or securities convertible into or exercisable or exchangeable for common stock, subject to certain exceptions, for a period of 180 days after the date of this prospectus without the prior written consent of Warburg Dillon Read LLC, we and these persons may be released of this obligation by Warburg Dillon Read LLC in its sole discretion in whole or in part at any time with or without notice.

We plan to register an additional 5,000,000 shares of our Class A common stock under the Securities Act within 90 days after the closing of this offering for use by us as consideration for future acquisitions. Upon such registration, these shares generally will be freely tradable after issuance, unless the resale thereof is contractually restricted or unless the holders thereof are subject to the restrictions on resale provided in Rule 145 under the Securities Act. In any event, any registered shares so issued will be subject to contractual restrictions and, thus, will not be freely tradable during the 180-day period after the date of this prospectus.

After this offering, we intend to initially register 20%, or approximately 10,000,000 shares of Class A common stock, of the total outstanding shares of our common stock, which are reserved for issuance upon exercise of options granted under our stock option plan. If we increase our total outstanding shares of common stock, we will register additional shares of Class A common stock so that the stock available for issuance under our stock option plan will be registered. Once we register these shares, they can be sold in the

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public market upon issuance, subject to restrictions under the securities laws applicable to resales by affiliates. We also plan to register the shares of Class A common stock issuable under our stock purchase plan. See "Shares Eligible for Future Sale."

___________________________FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS___________________________

This prospectus contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. Discussions containing such forward-looking statements are found in the material set forth under "Prospectus Summary," "Risk Factors," "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations" and "Business," as well as in this prospectus generally. When used in this prospectus, the words "anticipate," "believe," "expect," "estimate" and similar expressions are generally intended to identify forward-looking statements. Our actual results could differ materially from those anticipated in the forward-looking statements as a result of certain factors, including the risks described in "Risk Factors" and elsewhere in this prospectus.

_________________________________USE OF PROCEEDS________________________________

If we sell the Class A common stock offered by us through this prospectus at a public offering price of $18.00 per share, we estimate that we will receive net proceeds (after deducting underwriting discounts and commissions and estimated offering expenses) of $98,530,000 ($115,360,000 if the underwriters exercise their over-allotment option in full).

We intend to use the net proceeds of this offering as follows:

o approximately $25 million will be for investment in hardware and software for entry into new product segments, expansion of our current markets and an increase in communication links to our clients;

o approximately $25 million will be for hiring of technology and other professionals to develop new markets in both financial and non-financial sectors; and

o approximately $25 million will be for marketing to current and new institutional clients and to promote general awareness and acceptance of the retail trading of fixed income securities and other financial instruments.

We intend to use the remainder of the net proceeds for working capital and general corporate purposes, including possible acquisitions. We do not currently have any agreements with respect to any such acquisitions. The occurrence of unforeseen events, opportunities or changed business conditions, however, could cause us to use the proceeds of this offering in a manner other than as described in this prospectus. Pending these uses, we intend to invest the net proceeds we receive in short-term marketable securities. We believe that the net proceeds of this offering and cash flows from operations will be sufficient to fund our working capital needs and capital expenditure requirements for the foreseeable future. We will not receive any of the proceeds from the sale of shares by the selling stockholder of our Class A common stock.

_________________________________DIVIDEND POLICY________________________________

We intend to retain our future earnings, if any, to help finance the growth and development of our business. We have never paid a cash dividend and we do not expect to pay any cash dividends on our common stock in the foreseeable future.

In the event we decide to declare dividends on our common stock in the future, such declaration will be subject to the discretion of our board of directors. Our board of directors may take into account such matters as general business conditions, our financial results, capital requirements, contractual, legal and regulatory restrictions on the payment of dividends by us to our stockholders or by our subsidiaries to us and any such other factors as our board of directors may deem relevant.

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____________________________________DILUTION____________________________________

The net tangible book value of our common stock, including our Class B common stock, at September 24, 1999, before adjustment for this offering, was $(958,542), or $(0.02) per share. Net tangible book value per share represents the amount of total tangible assets less total liabilities, divided by the number of shares of common stock outstanding. After giving effect to the sale of the 6,000,000 shares of Class A common stock by eSpeed in this offering, at an assumed initial public offering price of $18.00 per share (the midpoint of the range set forth on the cover page of this prospectus), our net tangible book value at September 24, 1999 would have been $97,571,458, or $1.95 per share, calculated as follows:

Assumed initial public offering price per share.....................................    $18.00
  Net tangible book value per share at September 24, 1999..................   $(0.02)
                                                                              ------
  Increase in net tangible book value per share attributable to
     new investors.........................................................     1.97
                                                                              ------
As adjusted net tangible book value per share after this offering...................      1.95
                                                                                        ------
Dilution per share to new investors.................................................    $16.05
                                                                                        ------
                                                                                        ------

Assuming the underwriters' over-allotment option is exercised in full, the net tangible book value at September 24, 1999 would have been $114,401,458, or $2.24 per share, the immediate increase in net tangible book value of shares owned by existing stockholders would have been $2.26 per share, and the immediate dilution to purchasers of shares of Class A common stock in this offering would have been $15.76 per share.

The following table summarizes at September 24, 1999, after giving effect to the sale of the 6,000,000 shares of Class A common stock by eSpeed in this offering at an assumed initial public offering of $18.00 per share (the midpoint of the range set forth on the cover page of this prospectus), and the consummation of the formation transactions as discussed in "Relationship with Cantor--The Formation Transactions," (1) the number and percentage of shares of common stock issued by us, (2) the total cash and non-cash consideration paid for our common stock, and (3) the average price per share of common stock paid by our existing stockholders to us prior to this offering and by the public stockholders to us in this offering:

                                                      SHARES OF COMMON         TOTAL CASH AND NON-CASH
                                                        STOCK OWNED                 CONSIDERATION           AVERAGE
                                                  ------------------------    --------------------------    PRICE PER
                                                    NUMBER      PERCENTAGE       AMOUNT       PERCENTAGE     SHARE
                                                  ----------    ----------    ------------    ----------    ---------
Existing stockholders(1).......................   44,000,000         88%      $  5,655,299          5%       $  0.13
Public stockholders(1).........................    6,000,000         12        108,000,000         95          18.00
                                                  ----------       ----       ------------       ----
     Total.....................................   50,000,000        100%      $113,655,299        100%
                                                  ----------       ----       ------------       ----
                                                  ----------       ----       ------------       ----

The calculations in the tables set forth above do not reflect (1) an aggregate of 10,000,000 shares of Class A common stock reserved for issuance under our stock option plan, including 7,500,000 shares of Class A common stock subject to options to be granted in connection with this offering and
(2) 127,500 shares of Class A common stock reserved for issuance upon exercise of warrants we expect to grant upon completion of this offering. See "Management--1999 Long-Term Incentive Plan" and "Underwriting."


(1) Sales by the selling stockholder in this offering will reduce the number of shares held by existing stockholders to 41,500,000 shares, or approximately 83% of the total shares of common stock outstanding, and, together with this offering, will result in 8,500,000 shares being held by new investors, or 17% of the total shares of common stock outstanding after this offering.

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_________________________________CAPITALIZATION_________________________________

The following table sets forth as of September 24, 1999:

o our actual capitalization after the consummation of the formation transactions described in "Relationship with Cantor--The Formation Transactions" and the conversion by the selling stockholder of 2,500,000 shares of Class B common stock into an equal number of shares of Class A common stock; and

o our capitalization on an as adjusted basis to reflect the sale of the 6,000,000 shares of Class A common stock offered by us hereby at an assumed public offering price of $18.00 per share after deducting the estimated offering expenses and underwriting discounts and commissions payable by us.

This information is qualified by, and should be read in conjunction with, the financial statements and related notes appearing at the end of this prospectus.

                                                                                        AS OF SEPTEMBER 24, 1999
                                                                                      ----------------------------
                                                                                        ACTUAL        AS ADJUSTED
                                                                                      ------------    ------------
Cash...............................................................................    $  200,000     $ 98,730,000
                                                                                       ----------     ------------
                                                                                       ----------     ------------
Stockholders' equity:
  Preferred stock, par value $0.01 per share; 50,000,000 shares authorized, no
     shares issued or outstanding..................................................    $       --     $         --
  Class A common stock, par value $0.01 per share; 200,000,000 shares authorized,
     2,500,000 shares issued and outstanding, actual; and 8,500,000 shares issued
     and outstanding, as adjusted..................................................        25,000           85,000
  Class B common stock, par value $0.01 per share; 100,000,000 shares authorized,
     41,500,000 issued and outstanding, actual; and 41,500,000 shares issued and
     outstanding, as adjusted......................................................       415,000          415,000
Additional paid-in capital.........................................................     5,215,299      103,685,299
Accumulated deficit................................................................    (6,613,841)      (6,613,841)
                                                                                       ----------     ------------
     Total stockholders' equity....................................................      (958,542)      97,571,458
                                                                                       ----------     ------------
Total capitalization...............................................................    $ (958,542)    $ 97,571,458
                                                                                       ----------     ------------
                                                                                       ----------     ------------

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_____________________________SELECTED FINANCIAL DATA____________________________

The following selected financial data for eSpeed should be read in conjunction with "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations" and with the audited financial statements, related notes and other financial information beginning on page F-1. The results of operations for the period ended September 24, 1999 are not necessarily indicative of the results that may be expected for the full year ending December 31, 1999, or any other future period.

                                                                                                 FOR THE PERIOD
                                                                                                 FROM MARCH 10,
                                                                                                  1999 (DATE OF
                                                                                                 COMMENCEMENT OF
                                                                                                 OPERATIONS) TO
                                                                                                 SEPTEMBER 24, 1999
                                                                                                 ------------------
STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS DATA:(1)
Total revenues................................................................................      $ 24,139,469
                                                                                                    ------------
Expenses:
  Compensation and employee benefits..........................................................        14,704,940
  Occupancy and equipment.....................................................................         6,632,436
  Professional and consulting fees............................................................         3,615,348
  Communications and client networks..........................................................         2,445,792
  Transaction services fees...................................................................         1,337,282
  Administrative fees.........................................................................         1,067,200
  Other.......................................................................................         1,122,119
                                                                                                    ------------
  Total expenses..............................................................................        30,925,117
                                                                                                    ------------
Loss before benefit for income taxes..........................................................        (6,785,648)
Income tax benefit............................................................................           171,807
                                                                                                    ------------
Net loss......................................................................................      $ (6,613,841)
                                                                                                    ------------
                                                                                                    ------------

PRO FORMA DATA:(2)
  Pro forma net loss..........................................................................      $ (6,785,648)
  Basic and diluted pro forma net loss per share..............................................      $      (0.15)
  Shares of common stock outstanding..........................................................        44,000,000


                                                                                                 FOR THE PERIOD
                                                                                                 FROM MARCH 10,
                                                                                                  1999 (DATE OF
                                                                                                 COMMENCEMENT OF
                                                                                                 OPERATIONS) TO
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION:                                                                SEPTEMBER 24, 1999
                                                                                                    ------------
Cash and cash equivalents.....................................................................      $    200,000
Total assets..................................................................................        10,798,264
Total liabilities.............................................................................        11,756,806
Total stockholder's equity....................................................................          (958,542)


(1) Excludes a one-time, non-cash charge of approximately $4 million that we expect to incur in the fourth quarter of fiscal 1999 due to option grants we intend to make to Cantor employees exercisable at the initial public offering price.

(2) Pro forma data present the net loss per share data as if we were subject to income tax as a corporation. The tax benefit for state and local tax, which is available to us as a division of Cantor, is not available to us as a corporation because of our net operating loss position. The determination of shares outstanding and loss per share data reflects the effect of the consummation of the formation transactions as discussed in "Relationship with Cantor--The Formation Transactions" as if those events had taken place at the beginning of the period.

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MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OF

__________________FINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONS_________________

The following discussion contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. Our actual results could differ materially from those anticipated in these forward-looking statements as a result of certain factors, including those set forth in "Risk Factors" and elsewhere in this prospectus. The following discussion is qualified in its entirety by, and should be read in conjunction with, the more detailed information and our financial statements and the notes thereto appearing elsewhere in this prospectus.

OVERVIEW

eSpeed was incorporated on June 3, 1999 as a Delaware corporation and, following this offering, will operate primarily through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, eSpeed Securities, Inc., eSpeed Government Securities, Inc., eSpeed Markets, Inc. and eSpeed Securities International Limited. Prior to this offering, eSpeed was a wholly-owned subsidiary of, and it conducted its operations as a division of, Cantor Fitzgerald Securities, which in turn is a 99.5%-owned subsidiary of Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. eSpeed commenced operations as a division of Cantor on March 10, 1999, the date the first fully electronic transaction using the eSPEED (SM) system was executed. Cantor has been developing systems to promote fully electronic marketplaces since the early 1990's. Since January 1996, Cantor has used the eSPEED (SM) system internally to conduct electronic trading.

Concurrent with this offering, Cantor is contributing to us, and we are acquiring from Cantor, substantially all of our assets. These assets primarily consist of proprietary software, network distribution systems, technologies and other related contractual rights that comprise our eSPEED (SM) system. See "Relationship with Cantor--The Formation Transactions."

Since commencing operations, we have relied on Cantor to provide financing and cash flow for our operations and we have incurred a net loss over this period. This loss primarily results from expenditures on our technology and infrastructure incurred in building our revenue base. Our focus for the immediate future is to enable fully electronic trading of additional financial products and to aggressively seek to migrate Cantor's existing clients to our eSPEED (SM) system.

As of September 24, 1999, we had an accumulated net loss of $6,613,841. We expect that we will continue to incur losses and generate negative cash flow from operations for the foreseeable future as we continue to develop our systems and infrastructure and expand our brand recognition and client base through increased marketing efforts. In light of the rapidly changing nature of our business and our limited operating history, we believe that period-to-period comparisons of our operating results will not necessarily be meaningful and should not be relied upon as an indication of future performance.

If we were subject to income tax as a corporation, as of September 24, 1999, the pro forma net loss would have been $6,785,648. This pro forma adjustment reflects the tax benefit for state and local tax, which is available to us as a division of Cantor, but is not available to us as a corporation. Since we paid no previous taxes to state and local governments due to our net operating loss position, we would not receive a refund.

In September 1999, our board of directors changed our fiscal year from the last Friday of March to December 31.

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RESULTS OF OPERATIONS

The following table sets forth statement of operations data for the period from March 10, 1999 (date of commencement of operations) to September 24, 1999.
(This accounting period was closed as of the last Friday of the month.)

                                                                                     PERIOD FROM
                                                                               MARCH 10, 1999 (DATE OF
                                                                           COMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS) TO
                                                                                 SEPTEMBER 24, 1999
                                                                           -------------------------------
Revenues:
Transaction Revenues:
  Fully electronic transactions.........................................             $ 3,820,807
  Voice-assisted brokerage transactions ................................               8,382,086
  Screen assisted open outcry transactions..............................               2,831,704
                                                                                     -----------
         Total transaction revenues.....................................              15,034,597
System services fees....................................................               9,104,872
                                                                                     -----------
         Total revenues.................................................              24,139,469
                                                                                     -----------
Expenses:
  Compensation and employee benefits....................................              14,704,940
  Occupancy and equipment...............................................               6,632,436
  Professional and consulting fees......................................               3,615,348
  Communications and client networks ...................................               2,445,792
  Transaction services fees.............................................               1,337,282
  Administrative fees...................................................               1,067,200
  Other.................................................................               1,122,119
                                                                                     -----------
         Total expenses.................................................              30,925,117
                                                                                     -----------
Loss before benefit for income taxes....................................             $(6,785,648)
                                                                                     -----------
                                                                                     -----------

                                                                                     PERIOD FROM
                                                                               MARCH 10, 1999 (DATE OF
                                                                           COMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS) TO
                                                                                 SEPTEMBER 24, 1999
                                                                           -------------------------------
Revenues:
Transaction Revenues:
  Fully electronic transactions.........................................                15.8%
  Voice-assisted brokerage transactions ................................                34.7
  Screen assisted open outcry transactions..............................                11.8
                                                                                       -----
         Total transaction revenues.....................................                62.3
System services fees....................................................                37.7
                                                                                       -----
         Total revenues.................................................               100.0
                                                                                       -----
Expenses:
  Compensation and employee benefits....................................                60.9
  Occupancy and equipment...............................................                27.5
  Professional and consulting fees......................................                15.0
  Communications and client networks ...................................                10.1
  Transaction services fees.............................................                 5.5
  Administrative fees...................................................                 4.5
  Other.................................................................                 4.6
                                                                                       -----
         Total expenses.................................................               128.1
                                                                                       -----
Loss before benefit for income taxes....................................               (28.1)%
                                                                                       -----
                                                                                       -----

REVENUES

Transaction Revenues

We operate interactive electronic marketplaces. We have entered into a Joint Services Agreement with Cantor under which we and Cantor have agreed to collaborate to provide brokerage and related services to clients in multiple electronic markets for transactions in securities and other financial products. In addition, we may, in our discretion, collaborate on operating markets for non-financial products. Under this agreement, we will own and operate the electronic trading systems and will be responsible for providing electronic brokerage services, and Cantor will provide voice-assisted brokerage services, clearance and settlement services and related services, such as credit and risk management services, oversight of client suitability and regulatory compliance, sales positioning of products and other services customary to brokerage operations. While we have no obligation under the Joint Services Agreement to do so, we intend to use approximately $25 million of the proceeds received by us from this offering for sales, marketing and advertising expenses related to our existing marketplaces and the development of new marketplaces. Under this agreement, we and Cantor have agreed to share revenues derived from transactions effected in the marketplaces in which we collaborate and other specified markets.

If the transactions:

o are effected in a marketplace in which we collaborate with Cantor, are fully electronic transactions and relate to financial products, such as fixed income securities, futures contracts, derivatives and commodities, that are not traded on the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM), or products that are traded on the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM), then we will receive the aggregate transaction revenues and pay to Cantor service fees equal to 35% and 20% of the transaction revenues, respectively.

o are effected in a marketplace in which we collaborate with Cantor, involve voice-assisted brokerage services that Cantor provides and the transactions relate to (1) financial products that are not traded on the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM), or (2) products that are traded on the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM), then, in the case

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of a transaction described in (1), Cantor will receive the aggregate transaction revenues and pay to us a service fee equal to 7% of the transaction revenues, and, in the case of a transaction described in (2), we will receive the aggregate transaction revenues and pay to Cantor a service fee equal to 55% of the transaction revenues.

o are effected in a marketplace in which we do not collaborate with Cantor, but in which we do provide electronic brokerage services, and (1) the transaction relates to a financial product, then we will receive the aggregate transaction revenues and pay to Cantor a service fee equal to 20% of the transaction and data revenues paid to or received by us or (2) the transaction relates to a non-financial product, then we will receive all of the transaction revenues.

o are not effected through an electronic marketplace, but are electronically assisted, such as screen-assisted open outcry transactions, then Cantor receives the aggregate transaction revenues and pays to us a service fee equal to 2.5% of the transaction revenues.

We are pursuing an aggressive strategy to convert most of Cantor's financial marketplace products to our eSPEED (SM) system and, with the assistance of Cantor, to continue to create new markets and aggressively convert new clients to our eSPEED (SM) system. Other than Cantor, no client of ours accounts for more than 10% of our transaction revenues.

The process of converting these marketplaces includes modifying existing Cantor trading systems to allow for transactions to be entered directly from a client location, signing an agreement with the client, installing the hardware and software at the client location and establishing communication lines between us and the client.

System Services Fees

We have agreed to provide to Cantor technology support services at cost, including (1) systems administration, (2) internal network support, (3) support and procurement for desktops of end-user equipment, (4) operations and disaster recovery services, (5) voice and data communications, (6) support and development of systems for clearance and settlement services, (7) systems support for Cantor brokers, (8) electronic applications systems and network support for the unrelated dealer businesses with respect to which we will not collaborate with Cantor and (9) provision and/or implementation of existing electronic applications systems, including improvements and upgrades thereto, and use of the related intellectual property rights, having potential application in a gaming business. These revenues are received from Cantor and represented 37.7% of revenues for the period from March 10, 1999 to September 24, 1999.

EXPENSES

Compensation and employee benefits

We currently employ approximately 330 professionals, substantially all of whom are full time employees who are located predominantly in New York and London. Compensation costs include salary, bonus accruals, payroll taxes and costs of employer-provided medical benefits for our employees. We anticipate granting approximately 300,000 stock options to certain employees of Cantor at an exercise price per share equal to the initial public offering price. This will result in an estimated, one time non-cash charge to eSpeed of approximately $4 million. We intend to hire additional technical, sales and marketing, product development and administrative personnel from within and outside Cantor in order to expand our business. As a result, we anticipate that compensation expense may increase significantly in subsequent periods.

Occupancy and equipment

Occupancy and equipment costs include depreciation on computer and communications equipment and amortization of software owned by us, lease costs of other fixed assets leased by us from Cantor and a charge for premises costs from Cantor. Fixed assets are reflected as if they were contributed to us by Cantor in a non-cash transaction effective March 10, 1999 at their then current net book value (cost less accumulated depreciation) of $7,370,560. Cantor leases from third parties under operating lease arrangements certain computer related fixed assets that we have the right to use at rates intended to equal costs incurred by

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Cantor. Our equipment expenses should increase as we continue to invest in technology and related equipment.

Professional and consulting fees

Professional and consulting fees consist primarily of consultant costs paid to outside computer professionals who perform specialized enhancement activities for us. We currently have approximately 20 contracted consultants and additional outside service providers working under short-term contracts costing approximately $500,000 per month in the aggregate. The costs of professional legal counsel engaged to defend the patents used in our business amounted to approximately $344,000 for the period from March 10, 1999 to September 24, 1999. Our professional and consulting expenses will likely increase over the foreseeable future.

Communications and client networks

Communications costs include the costs of local and wide area network infrastructure, the cost of establishing the client network linking clients to us, data and telephone lines, data and telephone usage and other related costs. We expect such costs to increase as we continue to expand into new marketplaces and geographic locations and establish additional communication links with clients. However, certain communications costs are decreasing globally due to increased competition in the communications industry. This may or may not result in a decrease in our communications costs.

Transaction services fees

Under the Joint Services Agreement, we are required to pay to Cantor a transaction services fee of 20% or 35%, depending on the type of transaction, of commissions paid by clients related to fully electronic transactions. As we continue to sign up new clients, in conjunction with Cantor, and the volume of business processed in the fully electronic brokerage channel increases, this expense and associated revenues will also increase. See "Relationship with Cantor--Joint Services Agreement."

Administrative fees

An Administrative Services Agreement with Cantor has been entered into under which Cantor has agreed to provide various administrative services to us, including, but not limited to, accounting, tax, legal and human resources, and we have agreed to provide sales and marketing services at cost to Cantor. We are required to reimburse Cantor for its costs of providing these services plus an allocation of overhead. We have provided for the cost of such services in our financial statements under the terms set forth in the Administrative Services Agreement as if it was effective for the period from March 10, 1999 to September 24, 1999. This amount averaged approximately $150,000 per month for the period from March 10, 1999 to September 24, 1999. As we expand our business, the services provided by Cantor, and accordingly the expense, will likely also increase. As circumstances warrant, we will consider adding employees to take over these services from Cantor. See "Relationship with Cantor--Administrative Services Agreement."

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Other expenses

Other expenses consist primarily of travel, promotional and entertainment expenditures. These expenses will also continue to increase over the foreseeable future as we seek to expand our business.

QUARTERLY RESULTS OF OPERATIONS

The following table sets forth, by quarter, statement of operations data for the period from March 10, 1999 (date of commencement of operations) to September 24, 1999. Results of any period are not necessarily indicative of results for a full year.

                                                                                        QUARTER ENDED    YEAR TO DATE
                                                     MARCH 10 TO       QUARTER ENDED    SEPTEMBER 24,    SEPTEMBER 24,
                                                     MARCH 26, 1999    JUNE 25, 1999        1999             1999
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Revenues:
  Transaction Revenues:
  Fully electronic transactions...................     $   76,621       $ 1,153,471      $ 2,590,715      $  3,820,807
  Voice-assisted brokerage transactions...........        664,597         3,900,345        3,817,144         8,382,086
  Screen assisted open outcry transactions........        379,316         1,376,962        1,075,426         2,831,704
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     Total transaction revenues...................      1,120,534         6,430,778        7,483,285        15,034,597
System services fees..............................        827,716         4,138,578        4,138,578         9,104,872
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     Total revenues...............................      1,948,250        10,569,356       11,621,863        24,139,469
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Expenses:
  Compensation and employee benefits..............      1,267,838         6,403,446        7,033,656        14,704,940
  Occupancy and equipment.........................        676,023         2,854,350        3,102,063         6,632,436
  Professional and consulting fees................        185,985         1,596,097        1,833,266         3,615,348
  Communications and client networks..............        221,159         1,103,081        1,121,552         2,445,792
  Transaction services fees.......................         26,817           403,715          906,750         1,337,282
  Administrative fees.............................         93,701           461,266          512,233         1,067,200
  Other...........................................         15,235           500,034          606,850         1,122,119
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     Total expenses...............................      2,486,758        13,321,989       15,116,370        30,925,117
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Loss before benefit for income taxes..............     $ (538,508)      $(2,752,633)     $(3,494,507)     $ (6,785,648)
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As of March 26, 1999, June 25, 1999 and September 24, 1999, three, 10 and 45 of our clients, respectively, had fully electronic trading capabilities through us. As of November 15, 102 of our clients had fully electronic capabilities through us.

LIQUIDITY AND CAPITAL RESOURCES

During the period from March 10, 1999 to September 24, 1999, we generated cash from operations of $3,602,564. This was attributable to offsetting the costs of funding our net loss of $6,613,841 through amounts payable to Cantor and accruals for compensation and benefits.

Our cash flow is comprised of transaction revenues and system services fees from Cantor, and charges from Cantor of various fees, occupancy costs and other expenses paid by Cantor on our behalf. In acting in its capacity as a broker, Cantor will process and settle the transaction and, as such, collect/pay the funds necessary to clear the transaction with the counterparty. In doing so, Cantor will receive our commission on the transaction, and in accordance with the Administrative Services Agreement and the Joint Services Agreement, will remit the gross amount of the commission owed to us. Under the Administrative Services Agreement and the Joint Services Agreement, any net receivable or payable will be settled monthly at the discretion of the parties.

Our ability to withdraw capital from our regulated broker-dealer subsidiaries could be restricted, which in turn could limit our ability to pay dividends, repay debt and redeem or purchase shares of our outstanding stock.

We believe that cash flows from operations and the net proceeds of this offering will be sufficient to fund our working capital needs and capital expenditure requirements for the forseeable future. In the event we consummate any acquisitions, we may need to incur indebtedness or raise public or private debt or issue

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equity to help finance any such acquisitions. There is no assurance that any such financing will be obtainable on acceptable terms or at all.

IMPACT OF THE YEAR 2000

The year 2000 computer problem refers to the potential for system and processing failures of date related data as a result of computer controlled systems using two digits rather than four to define the applicable year. For example, computer programs that have time sensitive software may recognize a date represented as 00 as the year 1900 rather than the year 2000. This could result in a system failure or miscalculations causing disruptions in operations, including, among other things, a temporary inability to process transactions, send transmissions to clearing agents or engage in similar normal business activities.

Our year 2000 plan is part of normal day-to-day Information Technology department efforts, using existing staff. Over 150 Information Technology employees, including 20 systems managers from eSpeed and other managers from Cantor, are responsible for addressing potential year 2000 problems, including identification, assessment, repair and testing of their respective applications and systems. Year 2000 managers meet monthly to discuss critical paths, modify priorities to adjust to unforeseen problems and review the master year 2000 project plan.

We and Cantor believe we have thoroughly tested all mission critical systems using the testing procedures and key dates that have been established for the Wall Street testing program conducted by the Securities Industry Association. In order to ensure compliance, each system must complete four levels of testing:

(1) unit testing to determine whether each individual application's functionality remained intact;

(2) integration testing to validate two or more compliant systems perform as expected;

(3) point-to-point testing to validate that clients still have expected functionality; and

(4) industry-wide testing to show functionality between other participants. In addition, all applications have participated in individual point-to-point testing as required.

We and Cantor have completed our internal information technology and non-information technology assessment and testing, and we believe that our and Cantor's internal software and hardware systems will function properly with respect to dates in the year 2000 and thereafter. Our and Cantor's contingency plan in the event of any system failure due to the year 2000 problem will be to manually process trades.

Cost

Based on our and Cantor's assessment to date, our and Cantor's combined costs associated with upgrades to hardware and software, testing and remediating our systems are approximately $9.0 million. The majority of this was incurred prior to our commencement of operations. We anticipate incurring an additional $150,000 to complete our year 2000 project activities.

Risks

Because we and Cantor are dependent, to a very substantial degree, upon the proper functioning of computer systems, the failure of any computer system to be year 2000 compliant could materially adversely affect us. Failure of this kind could, for example, cause execution of trades to be inefficient or even to fail, lead to incomplete or inaccurate accounting, recording or processing of trades or result in generation of erroneous results or adversely affect our ability to develop new products. If not remedied, potential risks include business interruption or shutdown, financial loss, regulatory actions, reputational harm and legal liability.

MARKET RISK ISSUES

In the normal course of business, we maintain no inventory of securities and, as such, we are not subject to market risk on investments.

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OVERVIEW OF OUR BUSINESS

We operate global interactive electronic marketplaces designed to enable market participants to trade financial instruments and other products instantaneously, more effectively and at lower cost than traditional trading methods. Our marketplaces are currently used by most of the largest financial institutions and wholesale market participants to trade in a wide range of global fixed income securities, futures, options and other financial instruments. These financial instruments include government securities denominated in U.S. dollars, Euros, Yen, British Pounds Sterling, Canadian dollars and currencies of emerging market countries, as well as securities of U.S. agencies, municipal securities, Eurobonds, corporate bonds and other global fixed income securities and U.S. Treasury futures. We operate the largest global electronic marketplace for U.S. Treasury securities and leading global electronic marketplaces for the other fixed income securities and financial instruments, most of which have been converted or are being converted to our eSPEED (SM) electronic trading platform. Our current marketplaces process financial instrument transactions of over $150 billion per day, of which more than $6 billion are wholly-electronic orders not involving any person as an intermediary. Our revenues are driven by trading activity and volumes in our marketplaces.

We believe we operate the only electronic marketplaces used for trading in multiple securities and financial and non-financial instruments on a global basis. We also operate a U.S. Treasury futures exchange marketplace that is known as the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM). It is the first fully electronic futures exchange for the trading of U.S. Treasury futures and, we expect, will serve as our platform for the electronic trading of a broad range of futures contracts globally. Over 500 institutions worldwide participate in our marketplaces, including all of the 25 largest bond trading firms in the world, as identified by Euromoney Magazine. Most of these institutions use our proprietary eSPEED (SM) screen displays and/or trading platforms, which allow us to deliver information and execute transactions instantaneously through their computer security barriers that permit or exclude entry into their internal network. We have devoted significant resources to developing client arrangements, providing point-to-point communication links, and creating proprietary software to establish connectivity through these security barriers in order to deliver data and execute transactions for our clients on a secure basis.

Our interactive electronic marketplaces are powered by our eSPEED (SM) system, which employs our private, instantaneous, electronic network and proprietary transaction processing software. Our system supports execution of trades internally by Cantor and enables fully electronic trading by our clients. We believe these components form one of the most robust trading systems in the world. The network is distributed and permits market participants to view information and execute trades in a fraction of a second from locations around the globe. Our trades are processed using INTERACTIVE MATCHING (SM), our proprietary, rules-based trading method that interactively executes the orders of multiple market participants. INTERACTIVE MATCHING (SM) encourages trading by giving the successful active participant in a transaction a time-based right of first refusal on the next sale/purchase. Some of the rules employed in INTERACTIVE MATCHING (SM) provide participants that expose their orders to the market with priority in the interactive auction process. Because of its unique trading rules, we believe that INTERACTIVE MATCHING (SM) is attractive to both large and small market participants and represents a competitive advantage over other existing electronic trading systems.

Concurrent with this offering, Cantor is contributing to us the proprietary software, network distribution systems, technologies and related contractual rights that comprise our eSPEED (SM) system. We will work to provide multiple electronic markets for transactions in securities, other financial instruments and other financial and non-financial products. Cantor will continue to provide telephonic access for those clients who wish to trade via telephone. Clients dealing with Cantor who prefer the more rapid and less costly method of trading via fully electronic means will have their transactions routed through our eSPEED (SM) system. Cantor or other third parties will provide clearing and other transaction support services in trades in which we participate. Cantor currently operates the largest wholesale marketplace for U.S. Treasury securities and leading marketplaces for many other fixed income securities and financial instruments. Cantor also operates other non-financial markets, such as energy, commodities and acid rain emissions. We have converted 11 of

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the largest Cantor marketplaces, including U.S. Treasury and European government securities, to our electronic trading platform. We intend to convert most of Cantor's remaining marketplaces to our electronic trading platform by the end of 2000. Cantor has been a leading global broker-dealer of fixed income securities over the past 25 years. Cantor developed the world's first screen-based brokerage market in U.S. government securities in 1972. Today, Cantor executes in excess of $45 trillion in transaction volume annually and is a major facilitator, and, in some cases, provider, of liquidity in numerous financial products through its offices in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. We believe our relationship with Cantor is a significant competitive advantage. Our eSPEED (SM) system provides the only way to electronically access Cantor's marketplaces. Consequently, we believe that clients will be strongly motivated to use our interactive electronic marketplaces.

OUR INDUSTRY

Our initial markets include global fixed income securities, futures, options and other financial products. However, our potential markets include any fungible products, goods or services which can be quantified and bought or sold.

Wholesale Fixed Income Securities Trading. The fixed income securities market is one of the largest financial markets in the world. In the United States alone, there are over $13 trillion of fixed income securities outstanding, and in the U.S. Government Securities market alone, there is reported to be approximately $200 billion a day in trading just among the primary dealers and their clients. Other fixed income instruments are traded widely, and in Europe, Asia and the emerging markets there are another approximately $13 trillion of fixed income securities outstanding and trading on a daily basis. In Europe, the creation of the Euro has manifested a market second only to the United States in breadth. We expect continued significant growth in these fixed income markets as the issue of currency translation is removed as an obstacle to the development of a large unified Pan-European market for securities.

Futures and Options Trading. Futures and options trading is a leading financial activity throughout the world, with contracts traded on a wide variety of financial instruments, commodities and indexes. Futures and options provide several important economic benefits, including the ability to shift or otherwise manage market risk. In part because these markets provide the opportunity for leveraged investments, they attract large pools of risk capital. In 1998, over 1.5 billion futures contracts were traded in the world's futures markets, and over 750 million options contracts were traded on a variety of exchanges. Currently, most of that trading is still being done on open outcry exchanges, but there has been a significant movement towards the conversion of these markets to electronic trading. To date, we believe the most successful initiatives have been made in Europe. We believe that there is significant opportunity in the continued conversion of these markets to electronic networks, such as our own.

Traditional Trading Methods for Financial Marketplaces. In both the fixed income and futures markets, trading practices historically have centered on a method of trading known as open outcry, where all trading activity is focused on a central physical location, or pit. This method of trading can create significant value for the market participants in the pit, who often have access to better and more timely market information than other market participants. All other market participants have to access the market through this central location. Additionally, in order to access the pit, individuals and institutional traders must send their orders through several layers of middlemen, who assist in handling such orders. This process is inefficient. In today's heavily regulated open outcry U.S. futures markets, for example, an order can be routed through multiple people during its execution, adding significant costs to the transaction. Virtually all U.S. futures exchanges are controlled by their members and floor traders. Professional broker dealers, traders, institutional traders and individuals currently must trade with these floor members, who are the market makers. These factors result in higher direct and indirect costs of trade execution.

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TRADITIONAL ORDER EXECUTION

Limitation of Traditional Trading Methods. While traditional financial markets facilitate large volume trading, they have significant shortcomings. Direct access is substantially limited and, therefore, many investors may not receive efficient pricing. Transaction costs are high due to the number of people involved in an open outcry system. Execution can be slow. Program trading, especially programs designed to automatically and simultaneously execute multiple trades in different, but related, financial products, is difficult to implement because of the current manual nature of these markets. Significant expense is also incurred in processing, confirming, clearing and implementing compliance programs designed to monitor and manage the exposure of individual professionals, as well as the entire enterprise. Paper and telephone-based trading produces delayed information and results in compliance programs that are expensive to manage and can be circumvented. Therefore, institutions bear increased risk. These factors impede trading by limiting volume and liquidity.

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*The above graphic is for illustrative purposes only and is not representative of all transactions.

Emergence of Electronic Exchanges. Many financial exchanges worldwide, including certain exchanges in France, Germany, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, are now partially or completely electronic. In the United States, however, trading in many types of financial instruments continues to be conducted primarily on open outcry exchanges. Recently, many exchanges have introduced side-by-side markets for voice and electronic access and, as a result, have created separate pools of liquidity. Moreover, substantially all of the electronic trading systems introduced internationally and in the United States have been implemented on a regional basis. Most of these systems provide limited market liquidity and are designed to accommodate trading in one or a limited number of securities and financial products, typically equity securities. We believe that wholesale market participants and institutions will ultimately look for a limited number of marketplaces to meet most of their trading needs. This is because market participants will not want to work with multiple trading platforms and connect their information technology platforms and compliance programs to a large number of disparate systems. We believe the trend toward electronic trading will continue and will ultimately result in a majority of markets worldwide becoming fully electronic.

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In addition, recently there has been considerable discussion regarding the move toward the demutualization of exchanges. Exchanges have historically been operated on a not-for-profit basis for the benefit of their respective members, and this governance structure has limited their ability to adopt new technologies and respond quickly to market changes. In response to technological advances in trading systems, many exchanges are contemplating the reorganization of their ownership and management structures and are seeking to form alliances with strategic partners. These developments have created, and are expected to continue to create, opportunities for strategic acquisitions and alliances.

Online Trading. Favorable investing environments and advances in technology have led to the rapid development of online and traditional retail brokerage businesses. Technological advances have created new and inexpensive means for individual investors to directly access markets online and participate in the securities markets. According to International Data Corporation, the number of online brokerage accounts grew from approximately 1.5 million at the end of 1996 to over 6.4 million at the end of 1998, representing $324.0 billion in assets and over 300,000 trades per day, primarily in equity securities. International Data Corporation also estimates that, by 2002, 30% of investors will trade online, and there will be over 24 million online accounts, a 275% increase from 1998. Despite the growth in online accounts and access to public equity markets, there has been very limited access for retail Internet trading in fixed income securities, futures, options and other wholesale financial instruments at cost-effective pricing and spreads. We believe that the emergence of electronic marketplaces which promote greater liquidity, enhanced access and more efficient pricing will increase trading among retail investors.

OUR ELECTRONIC MARKETPLACE SOLUTION

We operate a private electronic network for wholesale financial markets through which we are connected to most of the largest financial institutions worldwide. We have installed in the offices of our existing client base, comprising more than 500 leading dealers, banks and other financial institutions, the technology infrastructure necessary to provide price information and trade execution on an instantaneous basis in abroad range of securities and financial instruments. We believe our eSPEED (SM) system enables us to introduce and distribute a broad mix of products and services more quickly, cost effectively and seamlessly than competitors.

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eSPEED INTERACTIVE MATCHING

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*The above graphic is for illustrative purposes only and is not representative of all transactions.

OUR eSPEED (SM) system:

o has a flexible design which allows us to quickly and easily add new financial instruments in multiple currencies and trading models;

o uses a network distribution system, which we believe is one of the most robust systems in operation, and which enables us to provide access to a broad mix of accurate, instantaneous market data and fast and highly reliable trade execution;

o is designed to minimize the need for human intermediaries in the trading process by providing clients with multiple methods of accessing our marketplaces and executing trades directly; and

o uses INTERACTIVE MATCHING (SM), our proprietary, rules-based trading method that interactively executes buy and sell orders from multiple market participants.

These system features enable us to operate the only integrated trading network engaged in electronic trading in multiple products and marketplaces on a global basis.

The benefits of our eSPEED (SM) system include the following:

Instantaneous Price Dissemination and Trade Execution. Our eSPEED (SM) system provides clients with the ability to access pricing and other information and execute trades instantaneously, as opposed to traditional trading methods which provide less timely information, and less efficient trade execution.

Lower Transaction Costs. Our eSPEED (SM) system streamlines the entire trading process by eliminating the significant layers of manual intervention which currently exist at both the front-end of the process, including order entry, matching and postings functions, as well as at the middle and back-end of the process (clearance, settlement, tracking and reporting functions), resulting in significantly lower transaction costs for our clients.

Multiple Product Program Trading. Our eSPEED (SM) system provides our clients with the ability to execute sophisticated and complex transactions and trading strategies, including the trading of multiple products across multiple markets simultaneously.

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Greater Accuracy and Decreased Probability of Erroneous Trades. Our eSPEED (SM) system includes verification mechanisms at various stages of the execution process, which result in significantly reduced manual intervention, decreased probability of erroneous trades and more accurate execution for clients.

Integrated Compliance and Credit Risk Functions. Our eSPEED (SM) system includes a comprehensive range of compliance and credit risk management components which perform several critical functions, including:
(1) continuously monitoring trading activity to ensure that clients are staying within credit limits; (2) automatically preventing further trades once credit limits have been exceeded; and (3) evaluating and calculating positions and risk exposure across various products and credit limits. These risk, credit and compliance tools are highly sophisticated and can be customized for our clients and integrated into their information technology platforms.

Highly Efficient Pricing on Illiquid Securities. Our MOLE system enables us to provide prices for illiquid financial products through multiple trades in other related financial instruments. These multi-variable trades are extremely difficult to execute in traditional markets due to their complexity and the slow speed of manual execution.

Ability to Automate Back-Office Functions. Our eSPEED (SM) system automates previously paper and telephone-based transaction processing, confirmation and other functions, substantially improving and reducing the cost of client back-offices, and enabling straight-through processing.

Improved Access for Online Retail Brokers. Our eSPEED (SM) system enables online and traditional retail brokers to provide clients with real-time access to previously unavailable wholesale marketplaces for fixed income securities, futures, options and other financial instruments. We believe that this will increase retail interest in the trading of these financial products and further enhance the overall liquidity and efficiency of the market.

We believe our eSPEED (SM) system provides us with significant competitive advantages over existing electronic trading systems and new entrants seeking to develop and introduce limited electronic trading systems to the global securities and financial instruments marketplaces. We also believe that the time and expense required to develop and install electronic trading networks will serve as a significant barrier to entry to many other potential competitors.

OUR GROWTH STRATEGY

Our objective is to be the leading provider of interactive electronic marketplaces in the world. We believe we can extend our expertise in the creation of real-time electronic marketplaces to a broad range of financial and non-financial products and services. Our growth strategy to achieve this objective includes the following key elements:

Focus Exclusively on Developing and Operating Interactive Electronic Marketplaces. We intend to capitalize on the trend toward the increased use of electronic trading platforms by focusing our business exclusively on the development and operation of interactive electronic marketplaces worldwide. We believe this operational focus provides us with a significant advantage over competitors that have multiple and sometimes conflicting business objectives, rigid business practices and cumbersome ownership structures that may impede their ability to efficiently develop and implement electronic trading platforms of their own.

Expand the Number of Financial and Non-Financial Products in Our Electronic Marketplaces. Our electronic marketplaces currently handle the trading of financial products which have among the highest average annual trading volumes of all financial products, including U.S. government securities, U.S. Treasury futures, non-U.S. G-7 government bonds, Eurobonds, corporate bonds, agency securities, U.K. gilts, emerging markets securities, U.S., European and other repurchase agreements and municipal bonds. We plan to significantly expand the types of securities and financial products traded in our marketplaces. Our goal is to include in our electronic marketplaces the full range of fixed income securities, futures, options and other securities and financial products that are currently traded in today's markets worldwide. Initially, we will focus our expansion efforts on the securities and financial instruments traded by Cantor that have not yet been converted to electronic trading. We expect to further extend our marketplaces to include additional

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financial and non-financial products through a variety of approaches together with Cantor or other strategic partners.

Convert Clients to Fully Electronic Trading. Currently, less than 4% of the trades executed in our marketplaces, representing more than $6 billion in volume, are executed on a fully electronic basis without the assistance of a broker. We intend to continue to convert substantially all of Cantor's clients to a fully electronic trading environment. We believe the ease of use, low price and efficient execution that our electronic marketplaces afford will encourage clients to convert their trading to fully electronic trading. We have a team of over 30 persons dedicated to enhancing client awareness of the advantages of electronic trading and providing client support in converting trading activity to a fully electronic trading format, and we intend to increase that number. We also expect to leverage Cantor's historical client relationships in connection with these efforts.

Leverage Existing eSPEED (SM) System Connectivity to Deploy New Products and Services. Our eSPEED (SM) system provides connectivity to, and the opportunity to electronically interact with, a global client base that includes dealers, banks and financial institutions at hundreds of sites around the globe. As a result, a significant number of our major clients currently have installed the hardware necessary to trade on a fully electronic basis. Utilizing the existing infrastructure and flexible architecture of this system, we will be able to install with relative ease and at marginal incremental cost, the components that will enable a client to electronically trade in additional types of securities and financial products. We expect access to this existing global private trading network to enable us to introduce and distribute a broad mix of electronic trading products and services, more quickly, cost effectively and seamlessly than competitors without access to such a network.

Creating Online Retail Broker Access to Wholesale Markets for Fixed Income Securities and Other Financial Products. We intend to create retail marketplaces, where appropriate, to enable online and traditional retail brokers to provide their clients with real-time access to previously unavailable wholesale marketplaces for retail trading of fixed income securities, futures, options and other financial instruments. While retail investors generally have been able to buy and sell equity securities at the same prices and spreads as wholesale market participants and institutional investors, this has not been the case with fixed income securities, futures, options and other financial instruments. We believe our eSPEED (SM) system will expand marketplaces and/or retail volume and enhance execution for individual retail investors.

Pursue Acquisitions and Strategic Alliances. We intend to capitalize on the highly fragmented nature of the financial marketplaces and the trends toward exchange demutualization and consolidation among regional and global market participants. We expect to pursue an acquisition-based growth program that will enable us (1) to acquire complementary technologies and service capabilities in a cost-effective manner and (2) to broaden our product base and the securities markets in which we provide our electronic trading services. We will seek to enter into joint ventures and other strategic alliances to create additional liquidity in the global financial products markets and to attract new trading participants to those markets. We believe the flexibility afforded by our corporate governance structure will enable us to implement these strategies, as well as to anticipate and respond to developments and trends in the global financial markets, more efficiently than competitors, such as exchanges, which have broadly dispersed memberships and cumbersome management structures.

Leverage Our eSPEED (SM) System for Use in Other Business-to-Business and Consumer Markets. We believe that our eSPEED (SM) system is easily adaptable to other products. Because of the scale of the system and its ease of adaptability, we believe our eSPEED (SM) system and INTERACTIVE MATCHING (SM) will have applications across a broad range of products, including Internet-based marketplaces for a wide array of consumer goods and services, particularly those involving multiple buyers and sellers. We are well positioned to leverage significant costs and efforts which have been incurred to develop our eSPEED (SM) system to quickly create electronic markets in a wide range of products.

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OUR TRADING SERVICES AND TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM

Electronic marketplaces are emerging as significant interactive mediums for trading financial and non-financial products. In an electronic marketplace, substantially all of the participants' actions are facilitated through an electronic medium, such as a private electronic network or the Internet, which limits the need for actual face-to-face or voice-to-voice participant interaction.

In our electronic marketplaces, participants may either electronically execute trades themselves or call brokers/terminal operators who input trade orders for them. In a fully electronic trade, all stages of the trade occur electronically. The participant inputs its order instructions directly into our electronic trading system, using a keyboard, an application programming interface or other software. The system provides to the participant, normally within 300 milliseconds, an on-screen confirmation that the participant's order has been accepted. Once a trade is executed, the participant receives an on-screen trade confirmation. Simultaneously, an electronic confirmation is sent to the participant's back office system enabling straight-through processing for the participant. A broker/terminal operator assisted trade is executed in substantially the same manner as an electronic trade, except the participant telephones a broker/terminal operator who inputs the participant's order into our electronic marketplace system.

Over time, we expect electronically brokered trading to be the predominant trading method in our marketplaces. However, through our affiliation with Cantor, we intend to maintain broker/terminal operator trading capabilities. Unlike most traditional exchanges which have created side-by-side markets for voice and electronic access and, as a result, have created separate pools of liquidity, our markets operate seamlessly. Fully electronic and broker/terminal operator orders are transacted within our eSPEED (SM) system, resulting in one pool of liquidity. Retail investors will participate in our online marketplaces for financial products through their online or traditional retail broker. Retail investors will follow their retail brokers' order entry procedures. Once a retail broker confirms its client's account status, suitability and creditworthiness, our systems will route the online order to our appropriate electronic marketplace. We will receive transactional fees from retail brokers for enabling their retail clients to trade online in our marketplaces.

Our electronic marketplaces operate on a proven technology platform that emphasizes scalability, performance and reliability. Our technology platform consists of:

o a proprietary, internally developed network distribution system,

o transaction processing software which includes a proprietary order matching engine, a credit and risk management system, security pricing engines and associated middle and back office operations systems; and

o client interfaces.

Together, these components enable banks, broker-dealers, and other participants in our marketplaces to cost-effectively trade financial products on an instantaneous basis.

Network Distribution System. Our eSPEED (SM) system contains a proprietary, sophisticated, hub and spoke digital network. This network uses Cisco Systems network architecture and has points of presence in the major financial hubs of the world, including New York, London, Tokyo, Frankfurt, Paris, Milan, Chicago, Los Angeles, Toronto and Johannesburg. It is comprised of over 50,000 miles of cable and over 800 network routers and uses 200 high capacity super servers. This internally designed distribution network provides connections with over 500 financial institutions, including most of the largest financial institutions in the world. The redundant structure of the system provides backup and re-routing of data transmission if one spoke of a hub fails. This backup is critical to maintaining our clients' real-time connections to us. We believe it is one of the largest and most robust interactive network distribution systems currently in operation.

Our distribution system accepts orders and postings instantaneously and distributes responses, generally in 300 milliseconds. The network can transport 150 million bits of information per second around the world and is currently running at approximately 12% of capacity. In addition to our own network system, we also distribute encrypted data and receive trading information from clients using the services of multiple, major Internet service providers throughout the world. These connections enable us to offer Internet-based trading to our global clients.

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Transaction Processing Software. Our software applications have been developed internally and are central to our eSPEED (SM) system. Our order matching trading engines operate in real-time, facilitating efficient interaction between buyers and sellers. Our credit and risk management systems monitor and regulate these buyers and sellers, limiting market and credit risk. Our pricing engines provide prices for illiquid financial products through multiple trades in other related financial instruments. These three critical applications work together seamlessly and are supported by middle and back office software that verifies, confirms, reports, stores, tracks and, if applicable, clears each trade.

o Trading Engines. Our trading engines use INTERACTIVE MATCHING (SM), our proprietary rules-based method, to process in excess of 150 transactions per second per product. These engines were developed to support trading of homogeneous products, which are products with the same underlying characteristics, such as government bonds and futures contracts, and heterogeneous products, which are products which may be similar, but which have some aspects that differentiate them from other products in the same class, such as municipal bonds, corporate bonds and Eurobonds. These trading engines are designed to be modular and flexible to allow modification in order to apply them to other markets. In Europe, for example, we have added a component that allows us to process the trading of debt in multiple currencies. Our trading engines have embedded security features and an added messaging layer to provide security from unauthorized use. In addition, we use encryption to protect our clients that trade over the Internet. When used together, our trading engines can trade a wide range of homogeneous and heterogeneous products and can handle trades ranging in size from $1,000 to billions of dollars.

We believe our systems provide incentives for clients to actively participate in our marketplaces. For example, INTERACTIVE MATCHING (SM) provides incentives to participate in our marketplaces by encouraging participants to expose their orders to the market by providing them priority in the interactive marketplace. In standard auctions, the incentive is for participants to wait until the last moment to make a bid or offer. Our priority rules encourage trading activity by giving the last successful active participant a time-based right of first refusal on the next sale/purchase. In addition, in many markets we have structured our pricing policy to provide that the party that provides market liquidity by inputting a price to buy or sell pays less commission (or no commission) than the participant that acts on that price. With our pricing policies and proprietary priority rules, our system is designed to increase activity and to draw participants into the market. This proprietary rules-based system is easily adaptable and, as part of our business strategy, we intend to apply it in other non-financial markets for a variety of products and services.

o Credit and Risk Management Systems. Our credit and risk management systems are critical to the operation of our real-time, electronic marketplaces. Our proprietary credit and risk management systems perform a variety of functions: (1) they continuously monitor trades of our clients to ensure that they have not exceeded their credit limits,
(2) they can automatically prevent further trading once a client has reached a pre-determined credit limit, and (3) they can evaluate trade transactions and calculate both individual positions and risk exposure across various products and credit limits. These systems can also be made available to our global clients to enable them to monitor the position of their traders and their clients who participate in our marketplaces. These systems store client data relevant to credit and risk management, such as financial statements, credit documents, contacts and internal analyses. These systems also enable our clients to make our electronic marketplaces available to their clients while maintaining control of their trading activity and risk.

o Pricing Engines. We have internally developed a number of sophisticated, analytical software tools that permit us to price financial products that trade in less liquid markets and for which current pricing information is not readily available. For example, MOLE is a computer application that enables us to offer prices and therefore create and enhance a marketplace for financial products that have limited liquidity. MOLE currently uses data from existing cash and futures markets to calculate pricing for transactions where no market prices currently exist.

o Middle and Back Office Applications. Our middle and back office applications support clearance, settlement, tracking and reporting of trades and provide links to outside entities such as the

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Government Securities Clearance Corporation, National Securities Clearance Corporation, Depository Trust Company, SWIFT, Euroclear, New York Clearing Corp. and most other global clearing organizations. In the financial markets, clearance and settlement is the process by which a security and cash payment are exchanged and the trade is completed. In some markets, the cash and security are both passed to a clearing organization for settlement. In other transactions, both parties send either cash or a security to Cantor and Cantor settles the trade and sends each party the cash or security due. Our reporting and accounting systems are designed to ensure that all charges and commissions for a trade are tracked and recorded. Our accounting systems are designed to ensure that books and records are kept in accordance with regulatory guidelines and accounting standards.

Client Interfaces. Our systems can be accessed by our clients in four ways:

o using our eSPEED (SM) proprietary software;

o using our application programming interface to write their own software linking their networks and software applications directly to our systems;

o through our proprietary, real-time private distribution system and the Internet, both for wholesale clients and for retail clients who participate in our marketplaces through online and traditional retail brokers; and

o through software developed in alliances with third-party vendors such as QV Trading and SunGard/ASC. Our application programming interface enables clients to conduct computer price updating, program trading and straight-through processing.

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PRODUCTS CURRENTLY TRADING ELECTRONICALLY

The following table identifies the categories of securities and financial products which are traded in our interactive electronic marketplaces, including the approximate average daily electronic and non-electronic trading volume of these financial products in all markets (including our marketplaces). References to "N/A" indicate that we have been unable to determine the market size from reliable, independent third party sources.

                                              AVERAGE DAILY
                                              TRADING VOLUME
                                              (ELECTRONIC AND
             WHOLESALE MARKET                 NON-ELECTRONIC)
            FINANCIAL PRODUCTS                (IN BILLIONS)                       DESCRIPTION
U.S. Government Securities                        $ 197.6       Debt obligations issued and backed by the full
                                                                faith and credit of the United States
                                                                government.
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French, German and Italian                        $  50.0       Debt obligations issued by the French, German
  Government Bonds                                              and Italian governments.
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United Kingdom and other European                     N/A       Debt obligations issued by the United Kingdom
  Government Bonds                                              and other European governments.
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Eurobonds                                             N/A       Securities syndicated and sold internationally
                                                                that may be issued in a currency other than that
                                                                of the country of the issuer.
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Corporate Bonds                                   $  10.0       Debt obligations issued by private corporations
                                                                that may pay interest periodically and return
                                                                the face value of the bond at maturity.
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Agency Securities                                 $  53.3       Securities issued, or pooled, serviced and,
                                                                sometimes, guaranteed by government agencies to
                                                                finance their activities, including credit
                                                                support of home mortgages and farm credit.
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Emerging Market Government Bonds and              $  16.8       Securities issued by the governments and other
  Emerging Market Eurobonds                                     issuers in countries with developing economies.
                                                                They include Brady Bonds, which are U.S. dollar
                                                                denominated bonds that may be fully or partially
                                                                collateralized by U.S. Treasury zero-coupon
                                                                bonds.
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Global Repurchase Agreements and Reverse              N/A       Short-term sales of government securities with a
  Repurchase Agreements (U.S., Europe and                       promise to repurchase the securities at a higher
  Emerging Market Countries)                                    price. Repos and reverse repos are typically
                                                                overnight transactions used to finance
                                                                government bonds.
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Municipal Bonds                                   $   8.8       Debt obligations issued by state and local
                                                                governments.
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Interest Rate Futures                               1.1(1)      Instruments that call for the delivery of
                                                                interest-bearing securities or interest rate
                                                                products or their cash equivalent at a specific
                                                                delivery (or maturity) date for an agreed upon
                                                                price (the future price) to be paid at contract
                                                                maturity. Interest rate futures exist for a
                                                                number of financial instruments, including
                                                                government securities and Eurodollar deposits.


(1) Number of contracts in millions.

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FUTURE ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS

The following tables identify the categories of securities and financial products which we expect to be traded in our interactive electronic marketplaces by the end of 2000, including the approximate average daily electronic and non-electronic trading volume of these financial products in all markets. References to "N/A" indicate that we have been unable to determine the market size from reliable, independent third party sources.

                          AVERAGE DAILY
                          TRADING VOLUME
                          (ELECTRONIC AND
   WHOLESALE MARKET       NON-ELECTRONIC)
  FINANCIAL PRODUCTS      (IN BILLIONS)                               DESCRIPTION
Mortgage Backed              $    73.7      Securities that represent either an ownership claim in a pool of
  Securities                                mortgages or an obligation that is secured by a pool of
                                            mortgages.
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Interest Rate Swaps          $    68.3      Contractual agreements entered into between two counterparties
                                            under which each agrees to make periodic payments to each other
                                            for an agreed upon time based on a notional amount of principal.
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Oil, Natural Gas,                  N/A      Transactions involving the delivery or price of oil, natural
  Electricity, Foreign                      gas, electricity or foreign currency exchange.
  Exchange
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Canadian and Japanese              N/A      Debt obligations issued by the Canadian and Japanese
  Government Bonds                          governments.

                          AVERAGE DAILY
                          TRADING VOLUME
                          (ELECTRONIC AND
                          NON-ELECTRONIC)
                          (IN MILLIONS OF
        FUTURES            CONTRACTS)                                 DESCRIPTION
Equity Index Futures           169,000      Instruments that call for the delivery of the cash equivalent of
                                            a stock index at a specific delivery (or maturity) date for an
                                            agreed upon price (the future price) to be paid at contract
                                            maturity.
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Foreign Exchange               108,000      Instruments that call for the delivery of foreign currency at a
  Futures                                   specific delivery (or maturity) date for an agreed upon price
                                            (the future price) to be paid at contract maturity.
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Energy Futures                 255,000      Instruments that call for the delivery of an energy-related
                                            asset or its cash equivalent at a specific delivery (or
                                            maturity) date for an agreed upon price (the future price) to be
                                            paid at contract maturity. Energy futures exist for a number of
                                            energy-related assets, including gasoline and crude oil.
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Metal Futures                   65,000      Instruments that call for the delivery of a metal or its cash
                                            equivalent at a specific delivery (or maturity) date for an
                                            agreed upon price (the future price) to be paid at contract
                                            maturity. Metal futures exist for a number of metals, including
                                            gold, silver and copper.

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Options and options on futures products data set forth below do not include over-the-counter traded products in which substantial volumes are traded on a daily basis.

                                  AVERAGE DAILY
                                  TRADING VOLUME
                                  (ELECTRONIC AND
                                  NON-ELECTRONIC)
                                  (IN MILLIONS OF
OPTIONS AND OPTIONS ON FUTURES     CONTRACTS)                             DESCRIPTION
Options on Interest Rate                343,000     Contractual obligations that give the holder the right
  Products                                          to buy or sell interest-bearing debt, such as Treasury
                                                    notes, certificates of deposit or securities guaranteed
                                                    by the Government National Mortgage Association, at a
                                                    specified exercise price on or before a specified
                                                    expiration date.
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Options on Equity Products              320,000     Contractual obligations that give the holder the right
                                                    to buy or sell the cash equivalent of an equity index
                                                    such as the S&P 500 at a specified exercise price on or
                                                    before a specified expiration date. An investor also
                                                    can buy or sell an option on an equity index future.
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Options on Individual Equity          1,300,000     Contractual obligations that give the holder the right
  Products                                          to buy or sell an individual stock at a specified
                                                    exercise price on or before a specified expiration
                                                    date.
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Options on Foreign Exchange              21,600     Contractual obligations that give the holder the right
  Products                                          to buy or sell a quantity of a foreign currency for a
                                                    specific amount of domestic currency at a specified
                                                    exercise price on or before a specified expiration
                                                    date.
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Options on Energy Products               48,300     Contractual obligations that give the holder the right
                                                    to buy or sell a future contract on an energy product
                                                    such as gasoline or oil at a specified exercise price
                                                    on or before a specified expiration date.
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Options on Metal Products                11,800     Contractual obligations that give the holder the right
                                                    to buy or sell a specific amount of metal such as gold
                                                    at a specified exercise price on or before a specified
                                                    expiration date.

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SALES AND MARKETING

We expect to promote our electronic marketplaces and brokerage-related services to Cantor's existing clients and new clients through a combination of sales, advertising, marketing and co-marketing campaigns. We also expect to leverage the historical client relationships of Cantor's employees under the Joint Services Agreement. We intend to build and enhance the eSPEED (SM) brand name recognition through a sales, advertising and marketing campaign. We expect to market to retail clients through a variety of campaigns, including co-marketing campaigns with our online and traditional retail brokers. We intend to design our sales, marketing and advertising campaigns to promote brand awareness and educate the marketplace regarding the nature of our electronic marketplaces, products and services and the advantages associated with the automation of trading activities, such as enhanced instantaneous information flow, price transparency and more direct and cost-effective market access, tight spreads and instantaneous trade execution.

OUR CLIENTS

Clients for our marketplaces include banks, dealers, brokers and other wholesale market participants, over 500 of which currently participate in our electronic marketplaces, including the 25 largest bond trading firms in the world, as identified by Euromoney Magazine. Through our eSPEED (SM) system, we expect to enable retail brokerage firms to expand their businesses by providing them with the ability to offer their individual clients the option of trading bonds and futures electronically in the same way they trade equity securities and we expect to include other marketplaces previously unavailable to retail investors, or not available to them at reasonable spreads or commissions. We intend to provide to wholesale and retail investors and to Cantor access to our electronic marketplaces and brokerage-related services supported by our eSPEED (SM) system. We expect that a significant portion of our clients who use brokers will migrate to fully electronic access over the coming years. We also intend to provide to third parties and to Cantor the infrastructure, including systems administration, internal network support and operations and disaster recovery services, that is critical to providing fully electronic marketplaces for trading in a wide range of financial products. Other than Cantor, no client of ours accounts for more than 10% of our revenues.

STRATEGIC ALLIANCES

In 1997, Cantor entered into an agreement with the New York Cotton Exchange, which, upon merging with the Coffee, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange, became known as the New York Board of Trade. The agreement sets forth the terms and conditions pursuant to which Cantor operates an electronic marketplace, called the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM), for futures contracts cleared by and under the regulatory supervision of the New York Board of Trade. Cantor has assigned to us all of its rights and obligations under its agreement with a subsidiary of the New York Board of Trade to jointly operate the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM). Under the agreement, the New York Board of Trade, through its subsidiaries, provides clearing and regulatory services and we provide electronic execution and related services for the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM).

Pursuant to the agreement, neither we nor our affiliates shall during the term of the agreement establish in the United States an electronic market for trading futures contracts or options on futures contracts on cotton, cheese, coffee, sugar, cocoa, milk or frozen orange juice. We have agreed that within the United States we shall exclusively operate for the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM) markets for U.S. Treasury futures and other products so designated by the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM). We and our affiliates may establish any electronic market that is located physically outside the United States for such products if the New York Board of Trade is not capable of providing regulatory or clearing services with respect to such products.

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

We devote substantial efforts to the development and improvement of our electronic marketplaces. We will work with our clients to identify their specific needs and make modifications to our software, network distribution systems and technologies which are responsive to those needs. We are pursuing a four-pronged approach to our research and development efforts: (1) internal development; (2) strategic partnering; (3) acquisitions; and (4) licensing. We have approximately 150 persons involved in our internal software development efforts. Our technology team's objective will be to develop new products and services that employ proven technology designed to provide superior electronic trade execution and marketplace services to our clients. We will also focus our efforts on enhancing our Web site and Internet screen interface to

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facilitate real-time markets, comply with the standard Internet security protocol and future security protocols and migrate transactions to the public networks in order to capitalize on the development of new commercial marketplaces. We are continuing to develop new marketplaces and products using our internally developed application software having open architecture and standards. In addition, we have forged strategic alliances with organizations such as Sungard/ASC and QV Trading through which we will work to develop sophisticated, front-end trading applications and products. We expect to license products from and to companies when it is cost effective or profitable to do so.

COMPETITION

The development and operation of electronic trading marketplaces in securities and other financial instruments are evolving. As a result, competition in these marketplaces is currently very fragmented. We expect to face competition from a number of different sources varying in size, business objectives and strategy. Our eSPEED (SM) system currently competes, and we expect it to compete, directly and indirectly, with:

o traditional trading methods, including manual buy/sell order input by registered brokers in response to telephone originated requests and execution of trades in open outcry trading pits on exchange floors, such as the Chicago Board of Trade, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and other exchanges and over-the-counter markets;

o products developed and used by exchanges and financial services firms, such as Liberty Brokerage Investment Corporation and Garban-Intercapital plc, seeking to act as market intermediaries;

o automated trade execution services developed by third party vendors for commercialization in a wide range of financial products markets;

o the products and services of market data, information and communication vendors, such as Reuters Group plc, Bloomberg L.P. and Bridge Information Systems Inc., that have created electronic networks which link them to most major financial institutions and that have attempted, in some cases, to expand their networks to include trading platforms;

o consortia comprised of leading financial institutions and service providers, such as BrokerTec Global LLC, which has announced its intention to explore the development of electronic trading networks, and EuroMTS; and

o in the event we extend the application of our INTERACTIVE MATCHING (SM) technology to conducting or facilitating real-time markets in commodity-type consumer goods and services over the Internet, both online and traditional sellers of these products and services.

The electronic trading services we provide our wholesale clients enable them to expand the range of services they provide to their ultimate clients, which are also potential participants in our electronic marketplaces. We intend to structure our relationships with our clients and conduct our operations to mitigate the potential for this competition. We do not intend to use the access to the customer base of our wholesale clients that we obtain in providing our electronic trading services to compete with these wholesale clients in other securities and financial instrument transactions.

We believe our electronic marketplaces will compete primarily on the basis of speed, efficiency, price and ability to provide access to liquidity to market participants.

OUR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

We have adopted a comprehensive intellectual property protection program to protect our proprietary technology. We currently have licenses covering four of Cantor's patents in the United States. One patent relates to a data processing system and method for electronically trading select items such as fixed income instruments. Two patents relate to a fixed income portfolio index processor. One patent relates to a system for shared remote access of multiple application programs by one or more computers. Foreign counterpart applications for some of these U.S. patents have been filed. The licenses are exclusive, except in the event that we do not seek to or are unable to provide to Cantor any requested services covered by the patents and Cantor elects not to require us to do so.

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We also have an agreement to license several pending U.S. patent applications relating to various other aspects of our electronic trading systems, including both functional and design aspects. Additional patent applications likely will be filed in the near future to further protect our proprietary technology.

We cannot at this time determine the significance of any of the foregoing patents, or future patents, if issued, to our business. We can give no assurance that any of the foregoing patents is valid and enforceable, or that any of these patents would not be infringed by a third party competing or seeking to compete with our business.

REGULATION

The securities industry and financial markets in the United States and elsewhere are subject to extensive regulation. As a service provider to the securities industry and financial markets, and as a registered broker-dealer, our business activities fall within the scope of these regulations.

Regulation of the U.S. Securities Industry and Broker-Dealers.

As a matter of public policy, regulatory bodies in the United States and the rest of the world are charged with safeguarding the integrity of the securities and other financial markets and with protecting the interests of investors participating in those markets. In the United States, the Securities and Exchange Commission is the federal agency responsible for the administration of the federal securities laws. Our regulated U. S. subsidiaries, eSpeed Securities, Inc. and eSpeed Government Securities, Inc., are registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission as, respectively, a broker-dealer and a government securities broker. They are also members of the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., a self regulatory body to which most broker-dealers belong. Certain self-regulatory organizations, such as the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., adopt rules and examine broker-dealers and require strict compliance with their rules and regulations. The Securities and Exchange Commission and self-regulatory organization rules cover many aspects of a broker-dealer's business, including capital structure and withdrawals, sales methods, trade practices among broker-dealers, use and safekeeping of customer's funds and securities, record-keeping, the financing of clients' purchases, broker-dealer and employee registration and the conduct of directors, officers and employees. In connection with a violation of these rules, the SEC, self-regulatory organizations and state securities commissions may conduct administrative proceedings which can result in censure, fine, the issuance of cease-and-desist orders or the suspension or expulsion of a broker-dealer, its officers or employees.

Effect of Net Capital Requirements. As a registered broker-dealer and member of the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., eSpeed Securities, Inc. is subject to the Uniform Net Capital Rule under the Exchange Act. The Uniform Net Capital Rule specifies the minimum level of net capital a broker-dealer must maintain and also requires that at least a minimum part of its assets be kept in relatively liquid form. Government securities brokers must comply with similar net capital requirements established in rules promulgated by the U.S. Treasury Department. As of September 24, 1999, if each of our regulated U.S. subsidiaries, eSpeed Securities, Inc. and eSpeed Government Securities, Inc., had been subject to the Uniform Net Capital Rule, the minimum net capital required of each would have been $5,000 and $25,000, respectively. As of that date, each of our U.S. subsidiaries had total net capital of approximately $90,000, or $85,000 and $65,000, respectively, in excess of the minimum amount that would have been required as of that date.

The Securities and Exchange Commission and the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. impose rules that require notification when net capital falls below certain predefined criteria, dictate the ratio of debt to equity in the regulatory capital composition of a broker-dealer and constrain the ability of a broker-dealer to expand its business under certain circumstances. Additionally, the Uniform Net Capital Rule and the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. rules impose certain requirements that may have the effect of prohibiting a broker-dealer from distributing or withdrawing capital and requiring prior notice to the Securities and Exchange Commission and the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. for certain withdrawals of capital. Because our principal asset will be the ownership of stock in our broker-dealer subsidiaries, these rules governing net capital and restrictions on withdrawals of funds could operate to prevent us from meeting our financial obligations on a timely basis.

Application of Exchange Act to Internet Business. The Securities Exchange Act of 1934 governs, among other things, the operation of the financial products markets and broker-dealers. When enacted, the

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Securities Exchange Act of 1934 did not contemplate the conduct of a securities business throughout the Internet. Although the Securities and Exchange Commission, in releases and no-actions letters, has provided guidance on various issues related to the conduct of a securities business through the Internet, the application of the laws to the conduct of a securities business through the Internet continues to evolve. Uncertainty regarding these issues may adversely affect the viability and profitability of our business.

Financial Futures and Options. Financial futures and options in financial futures are subject to regulation by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission under the Commodity Exchange Act, and exchanges that provide facilities for the trading of those products are also subject to Commodity Futures Trading Commission regulation. As a service provider to the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM), a futures exchange that is a designated contract market under the Commodity Exchange Act, we could be adversely affected by changes in laws or regulations governing the products or clients of the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM).

Exchange Regulation. Securities exchanges must register with the Securities and Exchange Commission and comply with various requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Effective April 1999, new rules expanded the scope of exchange regulation to include many brokerage matching and execution systems, such as the matching systems which we support. The new rules impose various requirements relating to fair access, capacity, security, record-keeping and reporting. Our subsidiaries expect to comply with these requirements. Although we do not expect the compliance costs to be significant, our subsidiaries could encounter unforseen expenses associated with operation of these rules.

Regulation of the Non-U.S. Securities Industries and Investment Service Providers.

The securities industry and financial markets in the European Union and elsewhere are subject to extensive regulation. As the owner and operator of electronic marketplaces for the securities industry and financial markets, our business activities may fall within the scope of those regulations depending upon the extent to which we are characterized as providing a regulated investment service.

The securities industry in the member states of the European Union is extensively regulated by agencies in each member state. European Union measures provide for the mutual recognition of regulatory agencies and of prudential supervision making possible the grant of a single authorization for the provider of investment services which, broadly, is valid throughout the European Union. As an investment service provider in the United Kingdom, our principal regulator would be the Securities and Futures Authority. The conduct of an investment business is also regulated by agencies in each of the other member states in which we may provide investment services. The provision of investment services is also regulated by other agencies in other jurisdictions in which we operate such as the Securities and Futures Commission in Hong Kong and the local government agency delegated by the Japanese Financial Supervisory Agency in Japan.

As a matter of public policy, regulatory bodies in the European Union and the rest of the world are charged with safeguarding the integrity of the securities and other financial markets and with protecting the interests of investors participating in those markets. We are seeking authorization from the Securities and Futures Authority to provide investment services in the United Kingdom and we intend to exercise our rights under the European Union Investment Services Directive to provide such investment services throughout the European Union. Similar authorization applications will be made in other jurisdictions such as Hong Kong and Japan where such authorization is necessary to operate an electronic marketplace.

The Securities and Futures Authority and other regulatory agencies in the European Union may conduct administrative proceedings which can result in censure, fine, the prevention of activities or the suspension or expulsion of an investment services provider. The applicable investment service regulations cover minimum financial resource requirements and conduct of business rules for all authorized investment businesses.

Investment exchanges may be operated and authorized as investment businesses in the European Union, subject to the provision of the Investment Services Directive. Alternatively, investment exchanges can obtain authorization as an investment exchange from each member state in the European Union in accordance with the applicable regulations of that member state.

Changes in Existing Laws and Rules. Additional legislation or regulation, changes in existing laws and rules or changes in the interpretation or enforcement of existing laws and rules, either in the United States or elsewhere, may directly affect our mode of operation and our profitability.

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LEGAL PROCEEDINGS

On May 5, 1999, Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. and The Board of Trade of the City of Chicago, The New York Mercantile Exchange and The Chicago Mercantile Exchange were sued by Electronic Trading Systems Corporation in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas (Dallas Division) for alleged infringement of Wagner United States patent 4,903,201, entitled "Automated Futures Trade Exchange." The patent relates to a system and method for implementing an electronic, computer-automated futures exchange. On July 1, 1999, Cantor answered the complaint, asserting, among other things, that the '201 patent was invalid and not infringed by Cantor and that Cantor was not the real party in interest. Although not identified by the complaint, Cantor believes that the system being charged with infringement is a version of the electronic trading system used by the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM), which Cantor is contributing to us in connection with this offering. If the plaintiff is successful in the lawsuit, we may be required to obtain a license to develop and market one or more of our services, to cease developing or marketing services or to redesign these services. We cannot assure you that we would be able to obtain these licenses or that we would be able to obtain them at commercially reasonable rates or, if unable to obtain licenses, that we would be able to redesign our services to avoid infringement.

On June 21, 1999, Cantor and its affiliate CFPH, LLC, brought suit against Liberty Brokerage Investment Corporation and Liberty Brokerage Inc. in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware for infringement of the Fraser et al. U.S. patent 5,905,974, entitled "Automated Auction Protocol Processor." Cantor alleged in the complaint that Liberty was infringing the '974 patent by making, using, selling and/or offering for sale systems and methods that embody or use the inventions claimed in the '974 patent. On August 10, 1999, Cantor and CFPH, L.L.C. voluntarily dismissed the suit without prejudice. Subsequently, on August 10, 1999, Liberty filed an action for declaratory judgment in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware against Cantor and two of its affiliates, Cantor Fitzgerald Securities and CFPH, LLC, claiming that the '974 patent was invalid, unenforceable and not infringed by Liberty. On October 12, 1999, Cantor, Cantor Fitzgerald Securities and CFPH, LLC moved (1) to dismiss all claims against Cantor Fitzgerald Securities for failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted and (2) to dismiss the action as against Cantor, Cantor Fitzgerald Securities and CFPH, LLC for lack of an actual case or controversy within the meaning of 28 U.S.C. Section 2201. On November 22, 1999, the Court granted the motion to dismiss the action as against Cantor Fitzgerald Securities, and denied the motion to dismiss the action as against Cantor and its affiliate CFPH, LLC. We cannot assure you that we or Cantor will bring a claim for infringement of the '974 patent against Liberty, that the '974 patent will be found to be valid and/or enforceable or that Liberty will be found to have infringed the '974 patent. We have assumed responsibility for defending this suit on behalf of Cantor and its affiliates and the risk of loss associated with it.

In February 1998, Market Data Corporation contracted with Chicago Board Brokerage (a company controlled by the Chicago Board of Trade and Prebon Yamane) to provide the technology for an electronic trading system to compete with Cantor's United States Treasury brokerage business. Market Data Corporation is controlled by Iris Cantor and Rodney Fisher, her nephew-in-law. Iris Cantor, a company under the control of Iris Cantor referred to herein as CFI, and Rodney Fisher are limited partners of Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P.

In April 1998, Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. filed a complaint in the Delaware Court of Chancery against Market Data Corporation, Iris Cantor, CFI, Rodney Fisher and Chicago Board Brokerage seeking an injunction and other remedies. The complaint alleges that Iris Cantor, CFI and Rodney Fisher violated certain duties, including fiduciary duties under Cantor's partnership agreement due to their competition with Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. with respect to the electronic trading system mentioned above. The complaint further alleges that Market Data Corporation and Chicago Board Brokerage tortiously interfered with Cantor's partnership agreement and aided and abetted Iris Cantor's, CFI's and Rodney Fisher's breaches of fiduciary duty. Iris Cantor, CFI and Rodney Fisher counterclaimed seeking, among other things, (1) to reform agreements they have with Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. and (2) a declaration that Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. breached the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing. Cantor has agreed to indemnify us for any liabilities that we incur with respect to any current or future litigation involving (1) Market Data Corporation, (2) Iris Cantor, (3) CFI or (4) Rodney Fisher.

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On July 12, 1998, the Court of Chancery held Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. was likely to succeed on the merits of its claims that Iris Cantor, CFI and Rodney Fisher had breached their partnership obligations to Cantor but had not shown that the defendants' conduct was likely to cause imminent irreparable harm between the date of the opinion and a final hearing. The Court of Chancery, therefore, denied Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P.'s request for preliminary injunctive relief and scheduled a final trial. Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. settled its dispute with Chicago Board Brokerage in April 1999 and Chicago Board Brokerage subsequently announced it was disbanding its operations. The remaining parties have completed the final trial and the Court of Chancery's decision is expected following post-trial oral arguments scheduled for December 7, 1999. We believe Market Data Corporation's technology for electronic trading systems will be of substantial assistance to competitors in the wholesale market if provided to them.

Two related actions are pending in New York. In a case pending in the Supreme Court of New York, New York County, plaintiff Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. alleges, among other things, that defendants Market Data Corporation, CFI, Iris Cantor and Rodney Fisher misused confidential information of Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. in connection with the above mentioned provision of technology to Chicago Board Brokerage. In a case pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, CFI and Iris Cantor allege, among other things, that certain senior officers of Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P., breached fiduciary duties they owed to CFI. The allegations in this lawsuit relate to several of the same events underlying the court proceedings in Delaware. Neither of these two cases has been pursued during the pendency of the court proceedings in Delaware.

In addition to the allegations set forth in the pending lawsuits, Cantor has received correspondence from the attorneys representing Iris Cantor, CFI, Market Data Corporation and Rodney Fisher in the proceedings in Delaware, expressing a purported concern that Cantor and/or certain of its partners may be in breach of Cantor's partnership agreement (including, among other things, the partnership agreement's provisions relating to competition with the partnership) and the general partnership agreement of Cantor Fitzgerald Securities with respect to our initial public offering. Generally, these attorneys have alleged that various purported conflicts of interest will exist arising from the fact that certain of our directors and officers will simultaneously hold positions with Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. Moreover, these attorneys have asserted that our business plan may not be consistent with certain purported rights of Market Data Corporation (including purported intellectual property rights) and other parties and they have requested more information regarding our initial public offering.

Although we do not expect to incur any losses with respect to the pending lawsuits or supplemental allegations surrounding Cantor's partnership agreement, Cantor has agreed to indemnify us with respect to any liabilities we incur as a result of such lawsuits or allegations.

Cantor and Reuters are parties to a confidential arbitration under the auspices of the American Arbitration Association in New York, New York, which began in June of 1995 with respect to a January 1993 agreement among Reuters, Cantor and Market Data Corporation. Cantor has agreed to indemnify us against all claims asserted by Reuters or Market Data Corporation relating to this agreement or arising out of the arbitration.

The agreement executed in 1993 involves, among other things, the delivery by Cantor of certain market data arising out of non-United States government bond and U.S. municipal bond interdealer brokerage transactions for transmittal over Reuters' network. The agreement also contemplated the joint development by Cantor and Reuters of an electronic trading system for certain transactions in non-United States government bonds. Cantor and Reuters did not develop this electronic trading system. In the arbitration, Reuters alleges that Cantor materially breached the agreement primarily by failing to provide non-screen, voice brokerage data concerning non-United States government bonds and U.S. municipal bonds that Reuters contends are subject to the agreement and fraud. Reuters is seeking to recover from Cantor amounts representing past payments for market data, the reimbursement of attorneys' fees and other damages. Cantor has denied Reuters' allegations that there has been any material breach of this agreement or fraud, and has asserted a breach of contract claim and various other counterclaims against Reuters, including claims for Reuters' failure since February 1997 to pay any of the money due Cantor for data under this agreement. In February 1997, Reuters unilaterally ceased making such payments to Cantor in connection with the dispute and in November 1999 stopped distributing Cantor's market data that was provided to Reuters.

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Reuters has recently asserted that, in the event it prevails in the arbitration, it may be entitled to receive from Cantor, and possibly from us, revenues in respect of the sale, license, dissemination, delivery or other distribution of the data subject to this agreement. Reuters has also asserted that, if it loses the arbitration, it could still, at the conclusion of the arbitration, try to cure its multiple breaches and seek to have the agreement remain in effect. Cantor believes that it did not materially breach this agreement and believes that Reuters would not be entitled to (1) any of our revenues, even if Reuters prevailed in the arbitration or (2) cure its own breaches and cause the agreement to remain in effect, in the event Cantor prevails. As stated above, Reuters ceased making payments under this agreement in 1997 and has ceased distributing the data covered by the agreement. Cantor has notified Reuters that Cantor has terminated the agreement based on Reuters' material breaches.

Market Data Corporation recently made an application for an order directing
(1) Reuters to pay Cantor for providing the data, (2) Cantor to continue to provide Market Data Corporation with data for transmission to Reuters, and (3) Reuters to accept and distribute the data over Reuters' network. That application has been denied on the basis of Market Data Corporation's failure to demonstrate that monetary damages would be an inadequate remedy for any damages it may suffer as a result of Reuters' and Cantor's actions. Even if any relief were granted to Market Data Corporation, we do not believe it would have a material adverse effect on our business.

Recently, the panel in the arbitration rendered a decision interpreting certain portions of the agreement in a manner contrary to that which Cantor believes was intended and concluded that Cantor had failed to deliver certain non-screen, voice brokerage data to Reuters that the panel concluded was required to be delivered under the agreement. Cantor maintains that it has not materially breached the agreement, that any breach was cured by Cantor, that the agreement cannot be terminated at Reuter's insistence, that Reuters has underpaid Cantor and that, by ceasing to make payments since 1997 and discontinuing the distribution of Cantor's data, Reuters has materially breached the agreement. The panel has not resolved these issues and the arbitration is still continuing.

We cannot assure you that Market Data Corporation and/or Reuters will not seek to assert claims against us or Cantor relating to our activities, either in the arbitration or in another proceeding. In any event, Cantor has agreed to indemnify us with respect to any claims asserted by Reuters or Market Data Corporation relating to the agreement or arising out of the arbitration.

EMPLOYEES

We have approximately 330 employees, five of whom are our executive officers. None of these employees is represented by a union. We believe that we have good relations with our employees.

PROPERTIES

Our principal executive offices are located at One World Trade Center, New York, New York. Our principal executive offices occupy approximately 50,000 square feet of leased space which we occupy pursuant to the Administrative Services Agreement with Cantor. Our right to use this space expires at the time that Cantor's lease expires in 2012. We will pay Cantor approximately $1.2 million annually for use of this space. Our largest presence outside of New York is in London, where we have the right to use approximately 15,000 square feet of Cantor's existing office space. Our right to use this space expires at the earlier of (1) the time that Cantor's lease expires in 2016 or (2) when Cantor ceases to be an affiliate of ours and Cantor asks us to vacate. We will pay Cantor approximately $800,000 annually for use of this space. We believe our facilities are adequate for our reasonably foreseeable future needs.

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___________________________________MANAGEMENT___________________________________

The following table provides information regarding our directors, executive officers and persons who will become our directors upon the closing of this offering:

NAME                                               AGE   TITLE
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Howard W. Lutnick...............................   38    Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive
                                                           Officer
Frederick T. Varacchi...........................   33    President and Chief Operating Officer;
                                                           Director(1)
Douglas B. Gardner..............................   38    Vice Chairman; Director(1)
Kevin C. Piccoli................................   42    Senior Vice President and Chief Financial
                                                           Officer
Stephen M. Merkel...............................   41    Senior Vice President, General Counsel and
                                                           Secretary
Richard C. Breeden..............................   50    Director(1)
Larry R. Carter.................................   56    Director(1)
William J. Moran................................   58    Director(1)
Joseph P. Shea..................................   45    Director(1)


(1) Appointment as a director will become effective upon the closing of this offering.

Our board of directors currently consists of one director, Mr. Lutnick. At the time of completion of this offering, our board of directors will consist of seven directors, three of whom will be non-employee directors.

Howard W. Lutnick. Mr. Lutnick has been our Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer since June 1999. Mr. Lutnick joined Cantor in 1983 and has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Cantor since 1991. He directs all facets of Cantor's worldwide operations. Mr. Lutnick's company, CF Group Management, Inc., is the managing general partner of Cantor. Mr. Lutnick serves as co-chairman of the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM). Mr. Lutnick is a member of the Executive Committee of the Intrepid Museum Foundation's Board of Trustees, the Zachary and Elizabeth M. Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Disease Research at Rockefeller University, the Board of Managers of Haverford College, the Board of Directors of City Harvest and the Board of Directors of New York City Public/Private Initiatives, Inc.

Frederick T. Varacchi. Mr. Varacchi has been our President and Chief Operating Officer since June 1999. Mr. Varacchi has been an Executive Managing Director and the Chief Operating Officer of Cantor since October 1999. From March 1998 to October 1999, he served as Senior Managing Director and Chief Information Officer of Cantor. Before joining Cantor, Mr. Varacchi was Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Greenwich/Natwest Capital Markets, overseeing information technology for the company from January 1995 to February 1998. From March 1990 to January 1995, Mr. Varacchi worked for Chase Manhattan Bank, where he held a variety of senior technology positions, including Head of Global Network Systems for Private Banking. From January 1989 to March 1990, Mr. Varacchi served in a variety of positions with Salomon Smith Barney, including as Head of Front Office Systems. Mr. Varacchi is a member of the Board of Directors of Expert Ease Software and QV Trading Systems Inc.

Douglas B. Gardner. Mr. Gardner has been our Vice Chairman since June 1999. Mr. Gardner has been an Executive Managing Director of Cantor since October 1999. He previously served as Senior Managing Director and Chief Administrative Officer of Cantor from January 1994 to October 1999, where he was responsible for overseeing all worldwide finance and support related functions. Mr. Gardner serves as a director and is on the executive and finance committees of the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM). Prior to joining Cantor, Mr. Gardner was a partner of DG Equities, a commercial and residential real estate developer and owner. From 1983 to 1985, Mr. Gardner was associated with Lehman Brothers in the High-Technology Division of its Corporate Finance Department.

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Kevin C. Piccoli. Mr. Piccoli has been our Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer since September 1999. He has been a Managing Director of Cantor since October 1999 and Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Cantor, responsible for its global accounting, regulatory, management reporting and treasury functions, since July 1999. Prior to joining Cantor, he was a Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer at Greenwich Capital Holdings, Inc., a subsidiary of National Westminster Bank, from April 1992 to July 1999. Mr. Piccoli's responsibilities at Greenwich included global accounting, tax and regulatory reporting. Prior to joining Greenwich in April 1992, Mr. Piccoli was an audit partner at Coopers & Lybrand.

Stephen M. Merkel. Mr. Merkel has been our Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary since June 1999. Mr. Merkel has also been Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Cantor since 1993, where he is responsible for Cantor's legal, compliance, tax, risk and credit departments. Mr. Merkel serves as a director and Secretary of the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM). Prior to joining Cantor, Mr. Merkel was Vice President and Assistant General Counsel of Goldman Sachs & Co. from February 1990 to May 1993. From September 1985 to January 1990, Mr. Merkel was associated with the law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison.

Richard C. Breeden. Mr. Breeden will become our director upon the closing of this offering. Mr. Breeden has been Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Equivest Finance, Inc., a publicly traded vacation ownership company, since October 1997 and President since October 1998. Mr. Breeden has served as Trustee for the Bennett Funding Group, Inc. since 1996. Mr. Breeden also has served as President of Richard C. Breeden & Co., a consulting firm, since 1996. From 1993 to 1996, Mr. Breeden served as Chairman of the worldwide financial services practice of Coopers & Lybrand and, from 1989 to 1993, Mr. Breeden was Chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Mr. Breeden is a director of The Philadelphia Stock Exchange, Inc.

Larry R. Carter. Mr. Carter will become our director upon the closing of this offering. Mr. Carter joined Cisco Systems in January 1995 as Vice President, Finance and Administration and as Chief Financial Officer and Secretary. In July 1997, he was promoted to Senior Vice President, Finance and Administration, Chief Financial Officer and Secretary. From 1992 to January 1995, Mr. Carter was Vice President and Corporate Controller at Advanced Micro Devices. His career also includes four years with V.I.S.I. Technology Inc. as Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer and two years at S.G.S. Thompson Microelectronics Inc. as Vice President, Finance, Administration and Chief Financial Officer. He also spent 19 years at Motorola, Inc., where he held a variety of financial positions, the last being Vice President and Controller, M.O.S. Group. Mr. Carter is on the Board of Directors of Network Appliance, Inc., Ultratech Stepper, Inc. and QLogic Corporation.

William J. Moran. Mr. Moran will become our director upon the closing of this offering. Mr. Moran joined the Chase Manhattan Corporation and the Chase Manhattan Bank in 1975 as Internal Control Executive. After several promotions, Mr. Moran was named General Auditor in 1992, Executive Vice President in 1997 and a member of the Management Committee in 1999. Before joining Chase, Mr. Moran was with the accounting firm of Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. for nine years.

Joseph P. Shea. Mr. Shea will become our director upon the closing of this offering. Mr. Shea has been with Cantor since 1989. He has been Executive Managing Director since October 1999, was Senior Managing Director in charge of U.S. taxable fixed income securities from 1997 to 1999, was Managing Director of the corporate bond and U.S. government agency securities departments from 1995 to 1997 and was Managing Director of the corporate bond department from 1989 to 1995.

COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD

In connection with the closing of this offering, we will establish (1) an Audit Committee, all of the members of which will be non-employee directors, and
(2) a Compensation Committee.

The Audit Committee will be responsible for recommending to the Board of Directors the engagement of our independent auditors and reviewing with our independent auditors the conduct and results of the audits, our internal accounting controls, audit practices and the professional services furnished by our independent auditors.

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The Compensation Committee will be responsible for reviewing and approving all compensation agreements for our officers and for administering our stock option plan and our stock purchase plan.

COMPENSATION OF DIRECTORS

Directors who are also our employees will not receive additional compensation for serving as directors. We expect to grant our initial non-employee directors options to purchase 20,000 shares of our common stock at an exercise price per share equal to the initial public offering price per share. Any other options to be granted to non-employee directors will be in amounts to be determined by our board of directors. Non-employee directors also will be reimbursed for out-of-pocket expenses incurred in attending meetings of our board of directors or committees of our board of directors.

EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION

We are a recently formed company. Prior to March 1999, we did not conduct any operations. As a result, we have not previously paid any compensation to our Chief Executive Officer or other executive officers. We intend to pay or allocate for payment to Messrs. Lutnick, Varacchi, Gardner, Piccoli and Merkel a pro rata portion of their annual salaries of $350,000, $500,000, $250,000, $125,000 and $150,000, respectively, for services they provide to us during 1999.

1999 LONG-TERM INCENTIVE PLAN

In November 1999, our board of directors and stockholder approved our adoption of our 1999 Long-Term Incentive Plan. The purpose of the plan is to allow us to attract, retain and award present and prospective officers, employees, directors, consultants and certain other individuals (including employees of Cantor) and to compensate them in a way that provides additional incentives and enables such individuals to increase their ownership interests in our Class A common stock. Individual awards under the plan may take the form of:

o either incentive stock options or non-qualified stock options;

o stock appreciation rights;

o restricted or deferred stock;

o dividend equivalents;

o bonus shares and awards in lieu of our obligations to pay cash compensation; and

o other awards, the value of which is based in whole or in part upon the value of our Class A common stock.

The plan will generally be administered by a committee, which will initially be the Compensation Committee of our board, except that our board will perform the committee's functions under the plan for purposes of grants of awards to non-employee directors, and may perform any other function of the committee as well. The committee generally is empowered to select the individuals who will receive awards and the terms and conditions of those awards, including the number of shares subject to the award exercise prices for options and other exercisable awards, vesting and forfeiture conditions (if any), performance conditions, the extent to which awards may be transferable and periods during which awards will remain outstanding. Awards may be settled in cash, shares, other awards or other property, as determined by the committee.

The maximum number of shares of our Class A common stock that may be subject to outstanding awards under the plan will not exceed 20% of the aggregate number of shares of all classes of common stock outstanding determined immediately after each award is granted. The number of shares deliverable upon exercise of incentive stock options is limited to 10,000,000 shares of Class A common stock.

In connection with this offering, options in the form of non-qualified stock options to purchase a total of 7,500,000 shares of Class A common stock will be granted to our directors, executive officers and other employees as follows: 20,000 shares to each of our three initial non-employee directors, 250,000 shares to Joseph Shea, 2,500,000 shares to Howard Lutnick, 800,000 shares to Frederick Varacchi, 375,000 shares to Douglas Gardner, 100,000 shares to Stephen Merkel, 65,000 shares to Kevin Piccoli, 3,300,000 shares to our

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other employees and other persons eligible to receive options under our plan and 300,000 shares to employees of Cantor. Each of the above options will have an exercise price per share equal to the initial public offering price. Except as to Mr. Lutnick, all options will be nontransferrable. As to Mr. Lutnick, 500,000 shares will be immediately exercisable and will be transferable to members of his family (or a trust established for the benefit of his family) in order to facilitate his estate planning. All options generally will be subject to vesting requirements and will expire on the earlier of 10 years after the date of grant or in connection with a termination of employment. However, Mr. Lutnick's immediately exercisable option and the options granted to Cantor employees will expire five years after the date of grant and generally will not terminate in connection with a termination of employment. All options generally shall vest and become exercisable upon a change in control of eSpeed, except that as to Messrs. Varacchi, Gardner, Merkel, Piccoli, Shea and Lee Amaitis (the "Covered Employees"), their options shall vest but continue to become exercisable in accordance with their original vesting schedule (regardless of whether their employment with eSpeed continues). However, if, following the change in control of eSpeed, Mr. Lutnick at any time ceases to be eSpeed's chairman and chief executive officer (other than by reason of his death or disability), all then-unexercisable options held by the Covered Employees shall become fully exercisable as of such date.

The plan will remain in effect until terminated by our board. The plan may be amended by our board without the consent of our stockholders, except that any amendment, although effective when made, will be subject to stockholder approval if required by any Federal or state law or regulation or by the rules of any stock exchange or automated quotation system on which our common stock may then be listed or quoted. The number of shares reserved or deliverable under the plan and the number of shares subject to outstanding awards are subject to adjustment in the event of stock splits, stock dividends and other extraordinary corporate events.

We generally will be entitled to a tax deduction equal to the amount of compensation realized by a participant through awards under the plan, except (1) no deduction is permitted in connection with incentive stock options if the participant holds the shares acquired upon exercise for the required holding periods; and (2) deductions for some awards could be limited under the $1.0 million deductibility cap of Section 162(m) of the Internal Revenue Code. This limitation, however, should not apply to awards granted under the plan during a grace period of approximately three years following this offering, and should not apply to certain options, stock appreciation rights and performance-based awards granted thereafter if we comply with certain requirements under Section 162(m).

STOCK PURCHASE PLAN

In November 1999, our board of directors and stockholder approved the adoption of our Stock Purchase Plan. The Stock Purchase Plan will permit our eligible employees to purchase shares of our common stock at a discount. Employees who elect to participate will have amounts withheld through payroll deductions during purchase periods. At the end of each purchase period, accumulated payroll deductions will be used to purchase stock at a price determined by the administrative committee that administers the Stock Purchase Plan, but which will not be less than 85% of the lower of the market price at the beginning of the purchase period or the end of the purchase period, including interim dates, as may be determined by the administrative committee. Our Class A common stock that is purchased under the Stock Purchase Plan may be subject to a holding period. We have reserved 425,000 shares of our Class A common stock for issuance under the Stock Purchase Plan.

The Stock Purchase Plan will remain in effect until terminated by our board or until no shares of our Class A common stock are available for issuance under the Stock Purchase Plan. The Stock Purchase Plan may be amended by our board without the consent of our stockholders, except that any amendment, although effective when made, will be subject to stockholder approval if required by any federal or state law or regulation or by the rules of any stock exchange or automated quotation system on which our common stock may then be listed or quoted.

The Stock Purchase Plan is intended to qualify under Section 423 of the Internal Revenue Code, and as such, we will not be entitled to any tax deduction where a participant holds the purchased shares for the longer of two years from the beginning of the purchase period, or one year from the end of the purchase period.

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RELATIONSHIP WITH CANTOR

THE FORMATION TRANSACTIONS

Concurrently with this offering, Cantor is contributing to us, and we are acquiring from Cantor, substantially all of our assets. These assets primarily consist of proprietary software, network distribution systems, technologies and related contractual rights that comprise our eSPEED (SM) system. In exchange for these assets, we are issuing to Cantor 43,999,900 shares of our Class B common stock, representing approximately 98% of the voting power of our outstanding capital stock after this offering. Cantor has elected to convert 2,500,000 of these shares into shares of the Class A common stock which it is offering hereby.

Cantor conceived of and has been developing systems to promote fully electronic marketplaces since the early 1990's. Since 1996, Cantor has invested more than $200 million in information technology, which culminated in the development of our eSPEED (SM) system. Cantor's technology initiatives during this period included software development, infrastructure and maintenance associated with operating Cantor's entire global securities business. The evolutionary process which led to the development of the eSPEED (SM) system was a combination of the development of Cantor's brokerage, trading, clearance, settlement, analytical pricing and related systems and was impacted by the continual improvement in computer processing and the changing trading environment. Accordingly, it is difficult to separately quantify development or other systems costs associated with the ultimate development of the eSPEED (SM) system as it emanated in part from all of the information technology initiatives of Cantor.

Since January 1996, Cantor has used the eSPEED (SM) system internally to conduct electronic trading. In March 1999, the first fully electronic transaction using the eSPEED (SM) system was executed by a client.

Cantor has previously entered into contractual agreements or other arrangements with many of the participants that trade in our electronic marketplaces. These agreements and arrangements provide the general terms and conditions, including those relating to warranties and allocations of liability, under which those participants may electronically execute trades in our marketplaces; none of these participants are obligated to use our marketplaces under these agreements. We either have, or will have upon the closing of this offering, the rights and obligations under many of these agreements and arrangements as they relate to operating our eSPEED (SM) system. Certain of our subsidiaries have been registered as broker-dealers with the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. and the regulatory authorities of various states. We also intend to obtain any foreign regulatory approvals for our foreign subsidiaries that are necessary or advisable. As we receive the regulatory approvals and licenses necessary to operate our electronic marketplaces globally and increase client awareness of our electronic marketplaces, we intend to enter directly into tri-party agreements and other arrangements with clients and Cantor. We assist market participants, including Cantor, in participating in the electronic marketplaces that are created and supported by our eSPEED (SM) system. We share with Cantor a portion of the transaction-based revenues paid by market participants for transactions effected through our electronic marketplaces or which are otherwise electronically assisted. Cantor and many of the largest financial institutions in the world are currently our primary clients.

Following this offering, Cantor will continue to operate its equity dealing business, money market and securities lending business, matched book repurchase agreement business, investment advisory business and other specified businesses, including those in which Cantor acts as a dealer. These businesses are carried out in over 10 locations around the world. We will not share in any revenues generated by these businesses, other than service fees we may become entitled to receive in connection with hardware maintenance and other systems support development services we may provide to Cantor. Following this offering, Cantor will also continue to provide voice brokerage services, clearance, settlement and fulfillment services and other related services in connection with our electronic marketplaces. Accordingly, upon conversion of Cantor's marketplaces to our eSpeed platform, orders for financial instruments will continue to be received and executed by Cantor brokers over the telephone, and this method of order entry by Cantor into our electronic trading platform is contemplated to continue for the foreseeable future. It is anticipated that a significant percentage of orders and revenues will continue to be recorded by Cantor, and a sharing of commissions (as described below under "Joint Services Agreement") with us will occur. Since it is not possible to predict the level of acceptance by clients, and individual traders located within each client, of fully electronic order entry

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processing, we anticipate that each marketplace product will experience widely varying direct electronic usage rates by clients and their trading personnel.

We entered into the agreements described below in connection with the formation transactions and to help define the terms of our relationship with Cantor in the future. In an effort to mitigate conflicts of interest between us and Cantor, we and Cantor have agreed that none of these agreements may be amended without the approval of a majority of our disinterested directors.

ASSIGNMENT AND ASSUMPTION AGREEMENTS

We have entered into Assignment and Assumption Agreements with Cantor pursuant to which Cantor is contributing to us rights and interests in the assets and contractual and other arrangements which comprise our eSPEED (SM) system. In consideration for the contribution of these assets, rights and interests, we will issue to Cantor shares of our Class B common stock representing approximately 100% of the outstanding shares of our capital stock prior to this offering and we will assume certain liabilities relating to the assets which Cantor is contributing to us. These liabilities include accrued compensation and benefits and other accrued liabilities. Under the terms of the Assignment and Assumption Agreements, Cantor has agreed to indemnify us with respect to liabilities and losses we suffer which result from the operation of, and events relating to, the assets transferred to us prior to and in connection with their transfer, except that we will assume the defense of and indemnify Cantor with respect to any liabilities arising out of the patent litigation involving Liberty Brokerage. We have agreed to indemnify Cantor with respect to liabilities and losses which they suffer which result from our ownership and operation of these assets.

JOINT SERVICES AGREEMENT

We have entered into a Joint Services Agreement with Cantor under which we and Cantor have agreed to collaborate to provide brokerage and related services to clients in multiple electronic markets for transactions in securities and other financial products. In addition, we may in our discretion collaborate on non-financial products. This agreement will be effective upon completing the formation transactions and provides for a perpetual term. Under the agreement, we will own and operate the electronic trading systems and will be responsible for providing electronic brokerage services, and Cantor will provide voice-assisted brokerage services, clearance, settlement and fulfillment services and related services, such as credit and risk management services, oversight of client suitability and regulatory compliance, sales positioning of products and other services customary to brokerage operations.

All information and data (other than information relating to bids, offers or trades or other information that is input into, created by or otherwise resides on an electronic trading system for financial products) created, developed, used in connection with or relating to the operation of and effecting of transactions in any marketplace will be the sole property of Cantor or us, as applicable, on the following basis: (1) if the data relate to financial products, the data belong solely to Cantor, (2) if the data relate to a collaborative marketplace in which only products that are non-financial products are traded, the ownership of the data will be determined by Cantor and us on a case-by-case basis through good faith negotiations, (3) if the data relate to a marketplace in which we do not collaborate with Cantor but in which we provide electronic brokerage services and only non-financial products are traded, the data belong solely to us and (4) if the data relate to a non-collaborative marketplace that is not a marketplace in which we provide electronic brokerage services and in which financial products are traded, the data belong solely to Cantor. All right, title and interest in the data relating to bids, offers or trades or other information that is input into, created by or otherwise resides on an electronic trading system for financial products belong to Cantor. We have the right to use such data only in connection with the execution of transactions in such markets.

Commission Sharing Arrangement

Under this agreement, we and Cantor have agreed to share revenues derived from transactions effected in the marketplaces in which we collaborate and other specified markets. We have agreed to collaborate with Cantor to determine the amount of commissions to be charged to clients that effect transactions in these marketplaces; however, in the event we are unable to agree with Cantor with respect to a transaction pricing decision, Cantor is entitled to make the final pricing decision with respect to transactions for which Cantor provides voice-assisted brokerage services and we are entitled to make the final pricing decision with respect to transactions that are fully electronic. We may not make a final transaction pricing decision that results in

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the share of transaction revenues received by Cantor being less than Cantor's actual cost of providing clearance, settlement and fulfillment services and other transaction services. In some cases we will receive the aggregate transaction revenues and pay a service fee to Cantor. In other cases Cantor will receive the aggregate transaction revenues and pay a service fee to us. The amount of the service fee and the portion of the transaction revenues that we and Cantor receive is based on several factors, including whether: (1) the marketplace is one in which we collaborate with Cantor; (2) the transaction is fully electronic or Cantor provides voice-assisted brokerage services; (3) the product traded is a financial product; and (4) the product is traded on the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM). Generally, we share revenues as follows:

FULLY ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS IN COLLABORATIVE MARKETPLACES. If a transaction is fully electronic and is effected in a marketplace in which we collaborate with Cantor, we will receive the aggregate transaction revenues and pay to Cantor a service fee equal to:

o 35% of the transaction revenues, if the product is a financial product that is not traded on the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM);

o 20% of the transaction revenues, if the product is traded on the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM); and

o an amount determined on a case-by-case basis, if the product is not a financial product and is not traded on the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM).

VOICE-ASSISTED TRANSACTIONS IN COLLABORATIVE MARKETPLACES. If Cantor provides voice-assisted brokerage services with respect to a transaction that is effected in a marketplace in which we collaborate with Cantor:

o Cantor will receive the aggregate transaction revenues and pay to us a service fee equal to 7% of the transaction revenues, if the product is a financial product that is not traded on the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM);

o we will receive the aggregate transaction revenues and pay to Cantor a service fee equal to 55% of the transaction revenues, if the product is traded on the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM); and

o we will receive an amount determined on a case-by-case basis, if the product is not a financial product and is not traded on the CANTOR EXCHANGE (SM).

NON-COLLABORATIVE MARKETPLACES INVOLVING ELECTRONIC BROKERAGE SERVICES. If a transaction is effected in a marketplace in which we do not collaborate with Cantor:

o Cantor will receive the aggregate transaction revenues and pay to us a service fee equal to 30% of the portion of the transaction revenues we would have received had we collaborated with Cantor, if Cantor either itself or through a third party provides electronic brokerage services in that marketplace;

o we will receive the aggregate transaction revenues and pay to Cantor a service fee equal to 20% of the transaction revenues, if the product is a financial product and we provide electronic brokerage services; and

o we will receive 100% of the transaction revenues and will not pay Cantor a service fee, if the product is not a financial product and we provide electronic brokerage service.

ELECTRONICALLY ASSISTED TRANSACTIONS IN NON-ELECTRONIC MARKETPLACES. If a transaction is not effected in an electronic marketplace, but is electronically assisted, such as a screen assisted open outcry transaction, we will receive 2.5% of the transaction revenues.

In the event that Cantor's direct costs payable to third parties for providing clearance, settlement and fulfillment services with respect to a transaction in a collaborative marketplace with respect to any financial product for any month exceed the direct costs incurred by Cantor to clear and settle a cash transaction in United States Treasury securities for such month, the cost of the excess is borne pro rata by Cantor and us in the same proportion as the transaction revenues and service fees for such transaction are to be shared.

In the event that a client does not pay, or pays only a portion of, the transaction revenues relating to a transaction, then we and Cantor each bear our respective share of the loss based on the percentage of the transaction revenues we would otherwise have been entitled to receive with respect to such transaction.

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System Services

We have also agreed to provide to Cantor technology support services, including (1) systems administration, (2) internal network support, (3) support and procurement for desktops of end-user equipment, (4) operations and disaster recovery services, (5) voice and data communications, (6) support and development of systems for clearance, settlement and fulfillment services,
(7) systems support for Cantor brokers, (8) electronic applications systems and network support and development for the unrelated dealer businesses with respect to which we will not collaborate with Cantor and (9) provision and/or implementation of existing electronic applications systems, including improvements and upgrades thereto, and use of the related intellectual property rights, having potential application in a gaming business. Cantor will pay to us an amount equal to the direct and indirect costs, including overhead, that we incur in performing these services. We will not receive service fees or otherwise be entitled to share in transaction revenues relating to the system services that we provide to Cantor for unrelated dealer businesses. We have agreed not to use confidential information, including business plans and software, obtained from or used by Cantor in connection with the provision of these services to parties other than Cantor. For the purposes of the Joint Services Agreement, an unrelated dealer business means (1) Cantor's equity businesses as they exist from time to time, (2) Cantor's money market instruments and securities lending division, as they exist from time to time,
(3) any business or portion thereof or activity in which Cantor acts as a dealer or otherwise takes market risk or positions, including in the process of executing matched principal transactions, providing the services of a specialist or market maker or providing trading or arbitrage operations, (4) activities wherever located that would, if conducted in the United Kingdom, be subject to the United Kingdom Gaming Act of 1963 or activities wherever located currently or in the future involving betting, gambling, odds making, lotteries, gaming, wagering, staking, drawing or casting losts and similar or related activites and
(5) any business not involving operating a marketplace.

Intellectual Property

Cantor has granted to us a license covering Cantor's patents and patent applications that relate to the eSPEED (SM) system. The license is perpetual, irrevocable, world-wide and royalty free and is exclusive, except in the event that (1) we are unwilling to provide to Cantor any requested services covered by the patents with respect to a marketplace and Cantor elects not to require us to do so, or we are unable to provide such services or (2) we do not exercise our right of first refusal to provide to Cantor electronic brokerage services with respect to a marketplace, in which events Cantor will have a limited right to use the patents and patent applications solely in connection with the operation of that marketplace. Cantor will cooperate with us, at our expense, in any attempt by us to prevent any third party infringement of our patent rights under the license.

Cantor has also granted to us a non-exclusive, perpetual, irrevocable worldwide, royalty-free right and license to use the trademarks "Cantor Exchange," "Interactive Matching" and "CX".

Non-competition and Market Opportunity Provisions

The Joint Services Agreement imposes the following performance obligations on us and restricts our ability to compete with Cantor and Cantor's ability to compete with us in the following circumstances:

o If Cantor wishes to create a new financial product marketplace, Cantor may require us to provide electronic brokerage services with respect to that marketplace. We must use our commercially reasonable efforts to develop an electronic trading system for that marketplace within a specified time period. If, after diligent effort, we are unable to do so, we have no liability to Cantor for our failure and Cantor may create and operate the marketplace in any manner that Cantor deems to be acceptable. Cantor's proposal to create a new marketplace must be commercially reasonable and Cantor must diligently pursue the development of the marketplace and cause the new marketplace to become operational within a specified time period.

o If Cantor wishes to create a new financial product marketplace and Cantor does not require us to develop an electronic trading system for that marketplace as described in the preceding paragraph, Cantor must, in any event, notify us of its intention to create the new marketplace. We will have a right of first refusal to provide electronic brokerage services with respect to that marketplace. We must use commercially reasonable efforts to develop and put into operation an electronic trading system for the marketplace within a specified time period. If we are able to do so, transactions in the marketplace

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will be subject to the revenue sharing arrangements described above. If we are unable to do so, or we elect not to provide electronic brokerage services with respect to the new marketplace, Cantor may provide or otherwise obtain electronic brokerage services for that marketplace in any manner that Cantor deems to be acceptable. Cantor's proposal to create a new marketplace must be commercially reasonable and Cantor must diligently pursue the development of the marketplace and cause the new marketplace to become operational within a specified time period.

o If Cantor wishes to create a new electronic marketplace for a product that is not a financial product, Cantor must notify us of its intention to do so. We will have the opportunity to offer to provide the electronic brokerage services with respect to the new marketplace. If Cantor rejects our offer, Cantor may operate the marketplace in any manner that Cantor deems to be acceptable.

o If we wish to create a new electronic marketplace for a financial product, we must notify Cantor of our intention to do so. Cantor will have a right of first refusal to provide the applicable voice-assisted brokerage services, clearance, settlement and fulfillment services and/or related services for that marketplace. If Cantor (1) elects not to provide such services or (2) fails to notify us within a specified time period that it will provide such services, we may provide or otherwise obtain those services for that marketplace in any manner that we deem to be acceptable.

o If we wish to create a new electronic marketplace for a product that is not a financial product, we must notify Cantor of our intention to do so. Cantor will have the opportunity to offer to provide the applicable voice-assisted brokerage services, clearance, settlement and fulfillment services and/or related services for that marketplace. If we reject Cantor's offer, we may create and operate the marketplace in any manner that we deem to be acceptable.

o Subject to the exceptions described below, we may not directly or indirectly: (1) engage in any activities competitive with a business activity conducted by Cantor now or in the future; or (2) provide or assist any other person in providing voice-assisted brokerage services, clearance, settlement and fulfillment services and/or related services. We are permitted to engage in these activities:

o in collaboration with Cantor;

o with respect to a new marketplace involving a financial product, after Cantor has indicated that it is unable or unwilling to provide such voice-assisted brokerage services, clearance, settlement and fulfillment services and/or related services with respect to that marketplace;

o with respect to a new marketplace involving a product that is not a financial product, after having considered in good faith any proposal submitted by Cantor relating to the provision of those services; or

o with respect to an unrelated dealer business in which we develop and operate a fully electronic marketplace.

o Subject to the exceptions described below, Cantor may not directly or indirectly provide or assist any other person in providing electronic brokerage services. Cantor is permitted to engage in these activities:

o in collaboration with us;

o with respect to a new marketplace, after (1) we have indicated that we are unable to develop an electronic trading system for that new marketplace within a specified time period or (2) we have declined to exercise our right of first refusal or have exercised our right of first refusal but are unable to develop an electronic trading system within a specified time period.

o The unrelated dealer businesses retained by Cantor are expressly excluded from our rights of first refusal and the restrictions on Cantor's ability to compete with us. However, we may create fully electronic marketplaces in unrelated dealer businesses.

We and Cantor are entitled to pursue and may enter into alliance opportunities, including strategic alliances, joint ventures, partnerships or similar arrangements, with third parties and consummate business combinations with third parties on the following basis only. If an alliance opportunity (1) relates to a person that directly or indirectly provides voice-assisted brokerage services and engages in business operations that do not involve electronic brokerage services, then Cantor is entitled to pursue and consummate a transaction

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with respect to that alliance opportunity, (2) relates to a person that directly or indirectly provides electronic brokerage services and engages in business operations that do not involve any voice-assisted brokerage service, then we are entitled to pursue and consummate a transaction with respect to that alliance opportunity or (3) is an alliance opportunity with respect to a person other than those described in clauses (1) and (2) above, then we and Cantor will cooperate to jointly pursue and consummate a transaction with respect to such alliance opportunity on mutually agreeable terms. A business combination includes a transaction initiated by and in which either we or Cantor is/are the acquiror involving (A) a merger, consolidation, amalgamation or combination, (B) any sale, dividend, split or other disposition of any capital stock or other equity interests (or securities convertible into or exchangeable for or options or warrants to purchase any capital stock or other equity equivalents) of the person, (C) any tender offer (including without limitation of a self-tender), exchange offer, recapitalization, dissolution or similar transaction, (D) any sale, dividend or other disposition of a significant portion of the assets and properties of the person (even if less than all or substantially all of such assets or properties), and (E) entering into any agreement or understanding, or the granting of any rights or options, with respect to any of the foregoing.

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES AGREEMENT

We have entered into an Administrative Services Agreement with Cantor that states the terms under which Cantor will provide certain administrative and management services to us. Cantor will make available to us some of its administrative and other staff, including its internal audit, treasury, legal, tax, human resources, corporate development and accounting staffs. Members of these staffs will arrange for our insurance coverage and will provide a wide array of services, including administration of our personnel and payroll operations, benefits administration, internal audits, facilities management, promotional sales and marketing, legal, risk management, accounting and tax preparation and other services. We will reimburse Cantor for the actual costs incurred by Cantor, plus other reasonable costs, including reasonably allocated overhead and any applicable taxes. We have also entered into arrangements with Cantor under which we have the right to use certain assets, principally computer equipment, from Cantor relating to the operation of our eSPEED (SM) system. These assets are subject to operating leases with third party leasing companies. Under this provision of the Administrative Services Agreement, we have agreed to be bound by the general terms and conditions of the operating leases relating to the assets used by us. See Note 5 of the Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements. Under the Administrative Services Agreement, we will provide sales, marketing and public relations services to Cantor. Cantor will reimburse us for the actual costs incurred by us, plus other reasonable costs, including reasonably allocated overhead. The Administrative Services Agreement has a three-year term which will renew automatically for successive one-year terms unless canceled by either us or Cantor upon six months' prior notice; provided, however, that our right to use our New York space expires at the time that Cantor's lease expires in 2006 and our right to use our London office space expires at the earlier of (1) the time Cantor's lease expires in 2016 or (2) until Cantor ceases to be an affiliate of ours and Cantor asks us to vacate.

REGISTRATION RIGHTS AGREEMENT

Pursuant to the Registration Rights Agreement to be entered into by Cantor and us, Cantor is to receive piggyback and demand registration rights.

The piggyback registration rights allow Cantor to register the shares of Class A common stock issued or issuable to it in connection with the conversion of its Class B common stock whenever we propose to register any shares of Class A common stock for our own or another's account under the Securities Act for a public offering, other than:

o any shelf registration of shares of Class A common stock to be used as consideration for acquisitions of additional businesses; and

o registrations relating to employee benefit plans.

Cantor will also have the right, on three occasions, to require that we register under the Securities Act any or all of the shares of Class A common stock issued or issuable to it in connection with the conversion of its Class B common stock. No more than one of these registrations may be demanded within the first year after the closing of this offering. The demand and piggyback registration rights apply to Cantor and to any transferee of shares held by Cantor who agrees to be bound by the terms of the Registration Rights

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Agreement. The ability of Cantor to exercise its registration rights for the period of 180 days after this offering will be restricted by the lock-up agreements described under "Shares Eligible for Future Sale."

We have agreed to pay all costs of one demand and all piggyback registrations, other than underwriting discounts and commissions. All of these registration rights are subject to conditions and limitations, including
(1) the right of underwriters of an offering to limit the number of shares included in that registration; (2) our right not to effect any demand registration within six months of a public offering of our securities, including this offering; and (3) that Cantor agrees to refrain from selling its shares during the period from 15 days prior to and 90 days after the effective date of any registration statement for the offering of our securities.

POTENTIAL CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AND COMPETITION WITH CANTOR

Various conflicts of interest between us and Cantor may arise in the future in a number of areas relating to our past and ongoing relationships, including potential acquisitions of businesses or properties, the election of new directors, payment of dividends, incurrence of indebtedness, tax matters, financial commitments, marketing functions, indemnity arrangements, service arrangements, issuances of our capital stock, sales or distributions by Cantor of its shares of our common stock and the exercise by Cantor of control over our management and affairs. A majority of our directors and officers following this offering also serve as directors and/or officers of Cantor. Simultaneous service as an eSpeed director or officer and service as a director or officer, or status as a partner, of Cantor could create or appear to create potential conflicts of interest when such directors, officers and/or partners are faced with decisions that could have different implications for us and for Cantor. Mr. Lutnick, our Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, is the sole stockholder of the managing general partner of Cantor. As a result, Mr. Lutnick controls Cantor. Upon completion of this offering, Cantor will own all of the outstanding shares of our Class B common stock, representing approximately 98% of the combined voting power of all classes of our voting stock. Mr. Lutnick's simultaneous service as our Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and his control of Cantor could create or appear to create potential conflicts of interest when Mr. Lutnick is faced with decisions that could have different implications for us and for Cantor.

Our relationship with Cantor may result in agreements that are not the result of arm's length negotiations. As a result, the prices charged to us or by us for services provided under agreements with Cantor may be higher or lower than prices that may be charged by third parties and the terms of these agreements may be more or less favorable to us than those that we could have negotiated with third parties. However, we intend that transactions between us and Cantor and/or its other affiliates will be subject to the approval of a majority of our independent directors.

In addition, Cantor can compete with us under certain circumstances. See "--Joint Services Agreement--Non-competition Provisions."

CONSULTING SERVICES

For consulting services provided to us and Cantor by Martin J. Wygod in connection with this offering, we expect to issue to Martin J. Wygod or his designees warrants to purchase an aggregate number of shares of our Class A common stock equal to 1.5% of the aggregate number of shares of Class A common stock offered by this prospectus (excluding any shares purchased pursuant to the underwriters' over-allotment option). We anticipate that each of the warrants will have a five-year term and will be exercisable commencing on the first anniversary of the date of issuance at a price per share equal to the initial public offering price. We expect that the warrants will not be transferable, other than to charities and trusts established for the benefit of Mr. Wygod's children and grandchildren.

We intend to grant Mr. Wygod piggyback and demand registrations rights in connection with the warrants. The piggyback registration rights will allow Mr. Wygod to have registered the shares of Class A common stock issued or issuable upon exercise of the warrants and will be substantially similar to the piggyback registration rights to be granted to Cantor. Mr. Wygod will also have the right, on one occasion, to require that we register under the Securities Act, a minimum of 75% of the aggregate number of shares of Class A common stock underlying the warrants. The demand registration right is only available when we are eligible to use Form S-3 to register the shares.

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PRINCIPAL AND SELLING STOCKHOLDERS

The following table sets forth certain information regarding the beneficial ownership of our common stock as of the date of this prospectus and after giving effect to this offering by:

o each person or entity that we know beneficially owns more than 5% of our common stock;

o each of our directors and director nominees;

o each of our executive officers;

o all of our current directors, director nominees and executive officers as a group; and

o the selling stockholder.

                                              NUMBER OF SHARES                          PERCENTAGE OF COMMON STOCK
                                             BENEFICIALLY OWNED                             BENEFICIALLY OWNED
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                               PRIOR TO OFFERING          AFTER OFFERING         PRIOR TO OFFERING     AFTER OFFERING(3)
NAME OF BENEFICIAL             ------------------    ------------------------    ------------------    ------------------
OWNER(1)(2)                    CLASS A    CLASS B     CLASS A       CLASS B      CLASS A    CLASS B    CLASS A    CLASS B
----------------------------   -------    -------    ----------    ----------    -------    -------    -------    -------
Howard W. Lutnick(4)........      100        100     41,500,000(6) 41,500,000(6)    100%       100%        83%       100%
Frederick T. Varacchi.......       --         --             --            --        --         --         --         --
Douglas B. Gardner..........       --         --             --            --        --         --         --         --
Kevin C. Piccoli............       --         --             --            --        --         --         --         --
Stephen M. Merkel...........       --         --             --            --        --         --         --         --
Richard C. Breeden..........       --         --             --            --        --         --         --         --
Larry R. Carter.............       --         --             --            --        --         --         --         --
William J. Moran............       --         --             --            --        --         --         --         --
Joseph P. Shea..............       --         --             --            --        --         --         --         --
All directors, director
  nominees and executive
  officers as a group
  (9 persons)(5)............      100        100     41,500,000    41,500,000      100%       100%        83%       100%


SELLING STOCKHOLDER
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Cantor Fitzgerald
  Securities................      100        100     41,500,000(6) 41,500,000(6)   100%       100%        83%       100%


(1) The address of each holder of more than five percent of our common stock listed above is One World Trade Center, New York, NY 10048.

(2) Unless otherwise indicated, we believe that the persons named in this table have sole voting and investment power with respect to the shares of common stock shown. The amounts and percentages are based upon 100 shares of common stock outstanding as of November 1, 1999. Shares of Class B common stock are convertible into shares of Class A common stock at any time in the discretion of the holder on a one-for-one basis. Accordingly, a holder of shares of Class B common stock is deemed to be the beneficial owner of an equal number of shares of Class A common stock for purposes of this table.

(3) Assumes no exercise of the underwriters' over-allotment option.

(4) Includes shares of Class B common stock that are owned by Cantor Fitzgerald Securities, of which Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. is the managing partner. CF Group Management, Inc. is the Managing General Partner of Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. and Mr. Lutnick is the President and sole stockholder of CF Group Management, Inc.

(5) Includes shares of Class B common stock that are owned by Cantor Fitzgerald Securities.

(6) Includes shares of Class B common stock owned of record by Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P., the managing partner of Cantor Fitzgerald Securities.

Cantor currently intends, at some point after the one-year period following the completion of this offering, to distribute to its limited partners a portion of the shares of Class B common stock owned by Cantor. In the event of any such distribution, these shares would convert to shares of Class A common stock. The terms on which such distribution, if any, may be made have not yet been determined.

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__________________________DESCRIPTION OF CAPITAL STOCK__________________________

GENERAL

Following the completion of this offering, our authorized capital stock will consist of 200,000,000 shares of Class A common stock, $.01 par value, 100,000,000 shares of Class B common stock, $.01 par value, and 50,000,000 shares of preferred stock, $.01 par value. Upon completion of this offering
(1) we will have 8,500,000 shares of Class A common stock and 41,500,000 shares of Class B common stock outstanding; and (2) we will have outstanding options to purchase 7,500,000 shares of Class A common stock.

The following summary of the terms and provisions of our capital stock does not purport to be complete. You should refer to our Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation and our By-Laws, and to applicable law, for a complete description of the terms and provisions of our capital stock.

COMMON STOCK

The holders of Class A common stock and Class B common stock have identical voting rights except that holders of Class A common stock are entitled to one vote per share while holders of Class B common stock are entitled to 10 votes per share on all matters to be voted on by stockholders. Holders of shares of Class A common stock and Class B common stock are not entitled to cumulate their votes in the election of directors. Generally, all matters to be voted on by stockholders must be approved by a majority or, in the case of election of directors, by a plurality of the votes entitled to be cast by holders of all shares of Class A common stock and Class B common stock present in person or represented by proxy, voting together as a single class, subject to any voting rights granted to holders of any preferred stock. Amendments to our Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation that would nevertheless change the powers, preferences or special rights of the Class A common stock or the Class B common stock so as to affect them adversely also must be approved by a majority of the votes entitled to be cast by the holders of the shares affected by the amendment, voting as a separate class. Any amendment to our Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation to increase the authorized shares of any Class A common stock will be deemed not to affect adversely the powers, preferences or special rights of the Class A common stock. However, any amendment to our Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation to increase the authorized shares of Class B common stock or to amend, alter, change or repeal the rights of Class B common stock must be approved by a majority of the voting power of all of the outstanding shares of Class B common stock. The holders of Class A common stock and Class B common stock are entitled to such dividends as may be declared in the discretion of our board of directors out of legally available funds, subject to the preferential dividend rights of any shares of preferred stock. Holders of Class A common stock and Class B common stock have no preemptive rights to purchase shares of our stock. Our Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation provides that each share of Class B common stock is convertible at any time, at the option of the holder, into one share of Class A common stock. Each share of Class B common stock will automatically convert into a share of Class A common stock upon any sale, pledge or other transfer (a Transfer), whether or not for value, by the initial registered holder, other than any Transfer by the initial holder to (1) Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P., (2) any entity controlled by Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. or by Howard Lutnick and (3) Howard Lutnick, his spouse, his estate, any of his descendants, any of his relatives, or any trust established for his benefit or for the benefit of his spouse, any of his descendants or any of his relatives. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary set forth herein, any holder of Class B common stock may pledge his, her or its shares of Class B common stock to a pledgee pursuant to a bona fide pledge of the shares as collateral security for indebtedness due to the pledgee so long as the shares are not transferred to or registered in the name of the pledgee. In the event of any pledge meeting these requirements, the pledged shares will not be converted automatically into shares of Class A common stock. If the pledged shares of Class B common stock become subject to any foreclosure, realization or other similar action by the pledgee, they will be converted automatically into shares of Class A common stock upon the occurrence of that action. The automatic conversion provisions in our Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation may not be amended, altered, changed or repealed without the approval of the holders of a majority of the voting power of all outstanding shares of Class A common stock.

Shares of Class A common stock and Class B common stock are not subject to any redemption provisions and shares of Class A common stock are not convertible into any other securities. All outstanding

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shares of Class A common stock and Class B common stock are fully paid and nonassessable. The shares of our Class A common stock we will sell in this offering will also be fully paid and nonassessable when we receive payment for the shares.

PREFERRED STOCK

Our Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation provides for 50,000,000 authorized shares of preferred stock, of which none are outstanding. The existence of authorized but unissued preferred stock may enable our board of directors to render more difficult or to discourage an attempt to obtain control of us by means of a merger, tender offer, proxy contest or otherwise. For example, if in the due exercise of its fiduciary obligations, our board of directors were to determine that a takeover proposal is not in our best interests, our board of directors could cause shares of preferred stock to be issued without stockholder approval in one or more private offerings or other transactions that might dilute the voting or other rights of the proposed acquiror or insurgent stockholder group. In this regard, the Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation grants our board of directors broad power to establish the rights and preferences of authorized and unissued preferred stock. The issuance of shares of preferred stock pursuant to our board of directors' authority described above could decrease the amount of earnings and assets available for distribution to holders of shares of common stock and adversely affect the rights and powers, including voting rights, of these holders and may have the effect of delaying, deterring or preventing a change in control of our company. Our board of directors currently does not intend to seek stockholder approval prior to any issuance of preferred stock, unless otherwise required by law.

WARRANTS

Upon completion of this offering, we expect to issue warrants representing the right to acquire up to 127,500 shares of Class A common stock at the initial public offering price per share. See "Relationship with Cantor--Consulting Services."

LIMITATION ON DIRECTORS' LIABILITIES

Our Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation limits, to the maximum extent permitted under Delaware law, the personal liability of directors and officers for monetary damages for breach of their fiduciary duties as directors and officers, except in certain circumstances involving certain wrongful acts, such as a breach of the director's duty of loyalty or acts of omission which involve intentional misconduct or a knowing violation of law.

Section 145 of the Delaware General Corporation Law permits us to indemnify officers, directors or employees against expenses, including attorney's fees, judgments, fines and amounts paid in settlement in connection with legal proceedings if the officer, director or employee acted in good faith and in a manner reasonably believed to be in or not opposed to our best interests and, with respect to any criminal act or proceeding, if he or she had no reasonable cause to believe his or her conduct was unlawful. Indemnification is not permitted as to any matter as to which the person is adjudged to be liable unless, and only to the extent that, the court in which such action or suit was brought upon application determines that, despite the adjudication of liability, but in view of all the circumstances of the case, the person is fairly and reasonably entitled to indemnity for such expenses as the court deems proper. Individuals who successfully defend such an action are entitled to indemnification against expenses reasonably incurred in connection with the action.

Our Amended and Restated By-Laws require us to indemnify directors and officers against, to the fullest extent permitted by law, liabilities which they may incur under the circumstances described in the preceding paragraph.

We plan to maintain standard policies of insurance under which coverage is provided (1) to our directors and officers against loss arising from claims made by reason of breach of duty or other wrongful act and (2) to us with respect to payments which may be made by us to such officers and directors pursuant to the above indemnification provision or otherwise as a matter of law.

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ANTI-TAKEOVER PROVISIONS

GENERAL

Certain provisions of the Delaware General Corporation Law and our Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation and our Amended and Restated By-Laws may delay, discourage or prevent a change in control of our company unless the takeover or change in control is approved by our board of directors. These provisions also may render the removal of directors and management more difficult. These provisions may discourage bids for our common stock at a premium over the market price and may adversely affect the market price and voting and other rights of the holders of our common stock.

CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION AND BY-LAWS

Our Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation provides that stockholders may act only at an annual or special meeting of stockholders and may not act by written consent, other than by unanimous written consent. Our Amended and Restated By-Laws provide that special meetings of stockholders may be called only by the Chairman of our board of directors, or in the event the Chairman of our board is unavailable, the Vice Chairman acting jointly with the President. Our Amended and Restated By-Laws require advance written notice prior to a meeting of stockholders of a proposal or director nomination which a stockholder desires to present at such a meeting, which generally must be received by our Secretary not later than 120 days prior to the first anniversary of the date of our proxy statement for the preceding year's annual meeting. In addition, our Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation permits us to issue additional shares of Class B common stock or "blank check" preferred stock.

All amendments to our Amended and Restated By-Laws must be approved by either the holders of a majority of the voting power of all outstanding capital stock entitled to vote or by a majority of our board of directors.

These provisions reduce our vulnerability to an unsolicited acquisition proposal and discourage certain tactics that may be used in proxy fights. However, these provisions could have the effect of discouraging others from making tender offers for shares of our common stock and, as a consequence, they also may inhibit fluctuations in the market price of our common stock that could result from actual or rumored takeover attempts. These provisions also may have the effect of preventing changes in our management.

DELAWARE ANTI-TAKEOVER LAW

We are subject to Section 203 of the Delaware General Corporation Law. In general, Section 203 prohibits a publicly held Delaware corporation from engaging in a "business combination" with an "interested stockholder" for a period of three years following the date the person became an interested stockholder, unless the "business combination" or the transaction in which the person became an "interested stockholder" is approved in a prescribed manner. Generally, a "business combination" includes a merger, asset or stock sale or other transaction resulting in a financial benefit to the "interested stockholder." An "interested stockholder" is a person who, together with affiliates and associates, owns 15% or more of a corporation's outstanding voting stock, or was the owner of 15% or more of a corporation's outstanding voting stock at any time within the prior three years, other than "interested stockholders" prior to the time our common stock is quoted on Nasdaq. The existence of this provision would be expected to have an anti-takeover effect with respect to transactions not approved in advance by our board of directors, including discouraging takeover attempts that might result in a premium over the market price for the shares of our common stock held by stockholders.

TRANSFER AGENT AND REGISTRAR

The Transfer Agent and Registrar for the common stock is American Stock Transfer & Trust Company.

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_________________________SHARES ELIGIBLE FOR FUTURE SALE________________________

Upon completion of this offering, we will have 8,500,000 outstanding shares of Class A common stock and 41,500,000 shares of Class B common stock. The 8,500,000 shares sold in this offering will be freely tradable without restriction under the Securities Act except for any shares purchased by our affiliates. The remaining 41,500,000 shares of Class B common stock held by existing stockholders are "restricted securities" as that term is defined in Rule 144.

These restricted shares will become eligible for sale in the public market, subject to the volume limitations under Rule 144 as described below, from time to time following this offering, commencing in September 2000. All of these restricted shares are subject to the contractual restrictions on sale described below under the caption "Lock-up Agreements."

Rule 144 makes available an exemption from the registration requirements of the Securities Act. In general, under Rule 144, a person (or persons whose shares are aggregated) who owns shares that were acquired from the issuer or an affiliate of the issuer at least one year prior to the proposed sale will be entitled to sell in any three-month period a number of shares that does not exceed the greater of:

o 1% of the then outstanding shares of the Class A common stock (approximately 85,000 shares immediately after this offering); or

o the average weekly trading volume during the four calendar weeks preceding the date on which notice of the sale is filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Sales pursuant to Rule 144 are subject to certain requirements relating to manner of sale, notice and availability of current public information about us. A person (or persons whose shares are aggregated) who is not deemed to have been an affiliate of ours at any time during the 90 days immediately preceding the sale and who owns shares that were acquired from the issuer or an affiliate of the issuer at least two years prior to the proposed sale is entitled to sell such shares pursuant to Rule 144(k) without regard to the limitations described above.

There has been no public market for our Class A common stock prior to this offering and no assurance can be given that an active public market for our Class A common stock will develop or be sustained after completion of this offering. Sales of substantial amounts of Class A common stock, or the perception that these sales could occur, could adversely affect the prevailing market price of our Class A common stock and could impair our ability to raise capital or effect acquisitions through the issuance of our Class A common stock.

We plan to register an additional 5,000,000 shares of our Class A common stock under the Securities Act within 90 days after the closing of this offering for use by us as consideration for future acquisitions. Upon registration, these shares generally will be freely tradable after issuance, unless the resale thereof is contractually restricted or unless the holders thereof are subject to the restrictions on resale provided in Rule 145 under the Securities Act. Any registered shares so issued will be subject to contractual restrictions that will prevent the shares from being freely tradable during the 180 day period after the date of this prospectus.

After this offering, we intend to initially register 20% of the total outstanding shares of our common stock, or approximately 10,000,000 shares of Class A common stock, for issuance upon exercise of options granted under our stock option plan. If we increase our total outstanding shares of common stock, we will register additional shares of Class A common stock so that the stock available for issuance under our stock option plan will be registered. We also plan to register the 425,000 shares of Class A common stock issuable under our stock purchase plan. Once we register the shares issuable under these plans, they can be sold in the public market upon issuance, subject to restrictions under the securities laws applicable to resales by affiliates.

Cantor will have piggyback and demand registration rights to have registered the shares of Class A common stock issued or issuable to it in connection with the conversion of its Class B common stock and Martin Wygod will have piggyback and demand registration rights to have registered the shares of Class A common stock issued or issuable to him or his child's trust upon exercise of the warrants to be granted to him and the trust by us. See "Relationship with Cantor--Registration Rights Agreement" and "--Consulting Services."

LOCK-UP AGREEMENTS

We and our directors, executive officers and holders of our common stock and securities convertible into or exercisable or exchangeable for common stock issued prior to this offering or upon the consummation of the formation transactions have agreed pursuant to certain "lock-up" agreements with the underwriters that, subject to certain exceptions, we and they will not offer, sell, contract to sell, pledge, grant any option to sell, or otherwise dispose of, directly or indirectly, any shares of common stock or securities convertible into or exercisable or exchangeable for common stock for a period of 180 days after the date of this prospectus without the prior written consent of Warburg Dillon Read LLC. Warburg Dillon Read LLC, in its sole discretion, may release the shares subject to the lock-up agreements in whole or in part at any time with or without notice. However, Warburg Dillon Read LLC has no current plan to do so.

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__________________________________UNDERWRITING__________________________________

The selling stockholder and we have entered into an underwriting agreement with the underwriters named below. Warburg Dillon Read LLC, Hambrecht and Quist LLC and Thomas Weisel Partners LLC are acting as representatives of the underwriters.

The underwriting agreement provides for the purchase of a specific number of shares of Class A common stock by each of the underwriters. The underwriters' obligations are several, which means that each underwriter is required to purchase a specified number of shares, but is not responsible for the commitment of any other underwriter to purchase shares. Subject to the terms and conditions of the underwriting agreement, each underwriter has severally agreed to purchase the number of shares of Class A common stock set forth opposite its name below.

NAME                                                                       NUMBER OF SHARES
----------------------------------------------------------                 ----------------
Warburg Dillon Read LLC...................................
Hambrecht and Quist LLC...................................
Thomas Weisel Partners LLC................................
Cantor Fitzgerald & Co....................................
                                                                              ----------

          Total...........................................                     8,500,000
                                                                              ----------
                                                                              ----------

This is a firm commitment underwriting. This means that the underwriters have agreed to purchase all of the shares offered by this prospectus, other than those covered by the over-allotment option described below, if any are purchased. Under the underwriting agreement, if an underwriter defaults in its commitment to purchase shares, the commitments of non-defaulting underwriters may be increased or the underwriting agreement may be terminated, depending on the circumstances.

The representatives have advised us that the underwriters propose to offer the shares directly to the public at the public offering price that appears on the cover page of this prospectus. In addition, the representatives may offer some of the shares to certain securities dealers at such price less a concession of $ per share to certain other dealers. The underwriters may also allow to dealers, and such dealers may reallow, a concession not in excess of $0.10 per share to certain other dealers. After the shares are released for sale to the public, the representatives may change the offering price and other selling terms at various times.

We and the selling stockholder have granted the underwriters an over-allotment option. This option, which is exercisable for up to 30 days after the date of this prospectus, permits the underwriters to purchase a maximum of 1,275,000 additional shares of our Class A common stock to cover over-allotments. If the underwriters exercise all or part of this option, they will purchase shares covered by the option at the public offering price that appears on the cover page of this prospectus, less the underwriting discount. If this option is exercised in full, the underwriters will purchase 1,000,000 shares from us and 275,000 shares from the selling stockholder. To the extent that the underwriters exercise the over-allotment option in part and not in full, the underwriters will purchase shares from us and the selling stockholder on a pro rata basis. If this option is exercised in full, the total price to the public will be $176 million, the total proceeds to us will be approximately $126 million and the total proceeds to the selling stockholder will be $50 million, at an assumed offering price of $18 per share. The underwriters have severally agreed that, to the extent the over-allotment option is exercised, each of the underwriters will purchase a number of additional shares proportionate to its initial amount reflected in the above table.

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The following table provides information regarding the amount of the discount to be paid to the underwriters by us and the selling stockholder:

                                             PAID BY US                             PAID BY THE SELLING STOCKHOLDER
                            ---------------------------------------------    ---------------------------------------------
                             NO EXERCISE OF         FULL EXERCISE OF          NO EXERCISE OF         FULL EXERCISE OF
                            OVER-ALLOTMENT OPTION   OVER-ALLOTMENT OPTION    OVER-ALLOTMENT OPTION   OVER-ALLOTMENT OPTION
                            ---------------------   ---------------------    ---------------------   ---------------------
Per Share.................       $                       $                        $                       $
Total.....................       $                       $                        $                       $

We estimate that the total expenses of this offering, excluding the underwriting discount, will be approximately $2,450,000.

We and Cantor have agreed to indemnify the underwriters against specified liabilities, including liabilities under the Securities Act.

Thomas Weisel Partners LLC, one of the representatives of the underwriters, was organized and registered as a broker-dealer in December 1998. Since December 1998, Thomas Weisel Partners has been named as a lead or co-manager on 87 filed public offerings of equity securities, of which 64 have been completed, and has acted as a syndicate member in an additional 45 public offerings of equity securities. Thomas Weisel Partners does not have any material relationship with us or any of our officers, directors or other controlling persons, except with respect to its contractual relationship with us pursuant to the underwriting agreement entered into in connection with this offering.

We and our directors, executive officers and holders of our common stock and securities convertible into or exercisable or exchangeable for common stock issued prior to this offering, or upon consummation of the formation transactions, have agreed pursuant to certain "lock-up" agreements with the underwriters that, subject to certain exceptions, we and they will not offer, sell, contract to sell, pledge, grant any option to sell, or otherwise dispose of, directly or indirectly, any shares of common stock or securities convertible into or exercisable or exchangeable for common stock for a period of 180 days after the date of this prospectus without the prior written consent of Warburg Dillon Read LLC. Warburg Dillon Read LLC, in its sole discretion, may release the shares subject to the lock-up agreements in whole or in part at any time with or without notice. However, Warburg Dillon Read LLC has no current plan to do so.

At our request, the underwriters have reserved for sale at the initial public offering price up to 425,000 shares of our Class A common stock for our officers, directors, employees, clients, friends and related persons who express an interest in purchasing these shares. The number of shares of our Class A common stock available for sale to the general public will be reduced to the extent these persons purchase these reserved shares. The underwriters will offer any shares not so purchased by these persons to the general public on the same basis as the other shares in this initial public offering.

Cantor Fitzgerald & Co., a subsidiary of the selling stockholder and an indirect subsidiary of Cantor, is participating in this offering as an underwriter. Consequently, this offering is being conducted in accordance with Rule 2720 of the Conduct of Rules of the NASD, which provides that, among other things, when an NASD member participates in the underwriting of its subsidiary's equity securities, the initial public offering price can be no higher than that recommended by a "qualified independent underwriter" meeting certain standards. In accordance with this requirement, Warburg Dillon Read LLC is serving in this role and will recommend a price in compliance with the requirements of Rule 2720. In connection with this offering, Warburg Dillon Read LLC in its role as qualified independent underwriter has performed due diligence investigations and reviewed and participated in the preparation of this prospectus and the registration statement of which this prospectus forms a part. In addition, the underwriters may not confirm sales to any discretionary account without the prior specific approval of the customer.

Prior to this offering, there has been no public market for our Class A common stock. Consequently, the offering price for our Class A common stock will be determined by negotiations between us, the selling stockholder and the underwriters and is not necessarily related to our asset value, net worth or other established criteria of value. The factors considered in these negotiations, in addition to prevailing market conditions, included the history of and prospects for the industry in which we compete, an assessment of our management, our prospects, our capital structure and certain other factors as were deemed relevant.

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Rules of the Securities and Exchange Commission may limit the ability of the underwriters to bid for or purchase shares before the distribution of the shares is completed. However, the underwriters may engage in the following activities in accordance with the rules:

o Stabilizing transactions--The representatives may make bids for or purchases of the shares for the purpose of pegging, fixing or maintaining the price of the shares, so long as stabilizing bids do not exceed a specified maximum.

o Over-allotments and syndicate covering transactions--The underwriters may create a short position in the shares by selling more shares than are set forth on the cover page of this prospectus. If a short position is created in connection with this offering, the representatives may engage in syndicate covering transactions by purchasing shares in the open market. The representatives may also elect to reduce any short position by exercising all or part of the over-allotment option.

o Penalty bids--If the representatives purchase shares in the open market in a stabilizing transaction or syndicate covering transaction, they may reclaim a selling concession from the underwriters and selling group members who sold those shares as part of this offering.

Stabilization and syndicate covering transactions may cause the price of the shares to be higher than it would be in the absence of these transactions. The imposition of a penalty bid might also have an effect on the price of the shares if it discourages resales of the shares.

Neither us nor the underwriters make any representation or prediction as to the effect that the transactions described above may have on the price of the shares. These transactions may occur on the Nasdaq National Market or otherwise. If these transactions are commenced, they may be discontinued without notice at any time.

We and the underwriters expect that the shares will be ready for delivery on the fourth business day following the date of this prospectus. Under Securities and Exchange Commission regulations, secondary market trades are required to settle in three business days following the trade date (commonly referred to as "T+3"), unless the parties to the trade agree to a different settlement cycle. As noted above, the shares will settle in T+3. Therefore, purchasers who wish to trade on the date of this prospectus or during the next three succeeding business days must specify an alternate settlement cycle at the time of the trade to prevent a failed settlement. Purchasers of the shares who wish to trade shares on the date of this prospectus or during the next three succeeding business days should consult their own advisors.

__________________________________LEGAL MATTERS_________________________________

Certain legal matters related to this offering will be passed upon for us and the selling stockholder by Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, New York, New York and Stephen Merkel, our Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary. Upon the closing of this offering, we will grant to Mr. Merkel options to acquire 100,000 shares of our Class A common stock. Certain legal matters related to this offering will be passed upon for the underwriters by Dewey Ballantine LLP, New York, New York.

_____________________________________EXPERTS____________________________________

The financial statements included in this prospectus and registration statement have been audited by Deloitte & Touche LLP, independent auditors, as stated in their report appearing in this prospectus and registration statement, and are included in reliance upon the report of such firm given upon their authority as experts in accounting and auditing.

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____________________WHERE YOU CAN FIND MORE INFORMATION____________________

We have filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission a registration statement (of which this prospectus forms a part) on Form S-1 with respect to the Class A common stock being offered by this prospectus. This prospectus does not contain all of the information set forth in the registration statement and the exhibits and schedules thereto. For further information with respect to us and the shares of Class A common stock offered hereby, reference is made to the registration statement, including the exhibits and schedules thereto. Statements contained in this prospectus as to the contents of any contract or other document referred to herein are not necessarily complete and, where any contract is an exhibit to the registration statement, each statement with respect to the contract is qualified in all respects by the provisions of the revelant exhibit, to which reference is hereby made. You may read and copy any document we file at the Public Reference Section of the Securities and Exchange Commission, 450 Fifth Street, NW, Room 1024, Washington, D.C. 20549, and the Securities and Exchange Commission's Regional Offices located at 500 West Madison Street, Suite 1400, Chicago, IL 60661, and 7 World Trade Center, 13th Floor, New York, NY 10048. You may call the Securities and Exchange Commission at 1-800-SEC-0330 for further information about the operation of the public reference rooms.

As a result of this offering, we will become subject to the information and reporting requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and, in accordance therewith, will file periodic reports, proxy statements and other information with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Upon approval of the Class A common stock for quotation on the Nasdaq National Market, such reports, proxy and information statements and other information may also be inspected at the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., 1735 K Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20006.

The Securities and Exchange Commission maintains a World Wide Web site that contains reports, proxy and information statements and other information regarding registrants that file electronically with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The address of the Securities and Exchange Commission's Web site is http://www.sec.gov.

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INDEX TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
eSPEED, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

Independent Auditors' Report................................................................................   F-2

Consolidated Statement of Financial Condition...............................................................   F-3

Consolidated Statement of Operations........................................................................   F-4

Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows........................................................................   F-5

Consolidated Statement of Changes in Stockholder's Equity...................................................   F-6

Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements..................................................................   F-7

F-1

INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' REPORT

To the Board of Directors
and Stockholder of eSpeed, Inc.:

We have audited the accompanying consolidated statement of financial condition of eSpeed, Inc. and Subsidiaries (the "Company") as of September 24, 1999, and the related statements of operations, cash flows and changes in stockholder's equity for the period from March 10, 1999 (date of commencement of operations) to September 24, 1999. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Company's management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit.

We conducted our audit in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion.

In our opinion, such consolidated financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of the Company at September 24, 1999, and the results of its operations and its cash flows for the period from March 10, 1999 (date of commencement of operations) to September 24, 1999, in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles.

/s/ Deloitte & Touche LLP
New York, New York


December 7, 1999

F-2

eSPEED, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
SEPTEMBER 24, 1999

                                              ASSETS
Cash...............................................................................................   $   200,000
                                                                                                      -----------
Fixed assets, at cost..............................................................................    10,973,124
Less accumulated depreciation and amortization.....................................................    (2,021,726)
                                                                                                      -----------
Fixed assets, net..................................................................................     8,951,398
Prepaid expenses, principally computer maintenance agreements......................................     1,646,866
                                                                                                      -----------
       Total assets................................................................................   $10,798,264
                                                                                                      -----------
                                                                                                      -----------
                               LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDER'S EQUITY
Liabilities:
Payable to affiliates, net.........................................................................   $ 5,097,480
Accrued compensation and benefits..................................................................     4,861,668
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities...........................................................     1,797,658
                                                                                                      -----------
       Total liabilities...........................................................................    11,756,806
                                                                                                      -----------
Commitments and contingencies

Stockholder's equity:
  Preferred stock, par value $0.01 per share; 50,000,000 shares authorized, no share issued or
     outstanding...................................................................................            --
  Class A common stock, par value $0.01 per share; 200,000,000 shares authorized; 2,500,000 shares
     issued and outstanding........................................................................        25,000
  Class B common stock, par value $0.01 per share; 100,000,000 shares authorized, 41,500,000 shares
     issued and outstanding........................................................................       415,000
Additional paid in capital.........................................................................     5,215,299
Accumulated deficit................................................................................    (6,613,841)
                                                                                                      -----------
Total stockholder's equity.........................................................................      (958,542)
                                                                                                      -----------
Total liabilities and stockholder's equity.........................................................   $10,798,264
                                                                                                      -----------
                                                                                                      -----------

See notes to consolidated financial statements.

F-3

eSPEED, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS
FOR THE PERIOD FROM MARCH 10, 1999

(DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS) TO SEPTEMBER 24, 1999

                                                                                                        PRO FORMA
                                                                        ACTUAL       ADJUSTMENTS(1)    (UNAUDITED)
                                                                     ------------    --------------    -----------
Revenues:
  Transaction revenues............................................   $ 15,034,597      $       --      $15,034,597
  System services fees from affiliates............................      9,104,872                        9,104,872
                                                                     ------------      ----------      -----------
       Total revenues.............................................     24,139,469                       24,139,469
                                                                     ------------      ----------      -----------
Expenses:
  Compensation and employee benefits..............................     14,704,940                       14,704,940
  Occupancy and equipment.........................................      6,632,436                        6,632,436
  Professional and consulting fees................................      3,615,348                        3,615,348
  Communications and client networks..............................      2,445,792                        2,445,792
  Transaction services fees paid to affiliates....................      1,337,282                        1,337,282
  Administrative fees paid to affiliates..........................      1,067,200                        1,067,200
  Other...........................................................      1,122,119                        1,122,119
                                                                     ------------      ----------      -----------
       Total expenses.............................................     30,925,117                       30,925,117
                                                                     ------------      ----------      -----------
Loss before benefit for income taxes..............................     (6,785,648)             --       (6,785,648)
                                                                     ------------      ----------      -----------
Income tax benefit:
  Federal.........................................................             --                               --
  State and local.................................................        171,807        (171,807)              --
                                                                     ------------      ----------      -----------
       Total tax benefit..........................................        171,807        (171,807)              --
                                                                     ------------      ----------      -----------
       Net loss...................................................   $ (6,613,841)     $ (171,807)     $(6,785,648)
                                                                     ------------      ----------      -----------
                                                                     ------------      ----------      -----------

Per share data:
  Basic and diluted net loss per share............................                                     $     (0.15)
  Shares of common stock outstanding..............................                                      44,000,000


(1) Pro forma income tax is computed as if the Company was subject to income tax as a corporation. As such, the tax benefit for state and local tax which is available to the Company as a division of CFS is no longer available as the Company would be in a net operating loss position.

See notes to consolidated financial statements.

F-4

eSPEED, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS
FOR THE PERIOD FROM MARCH 10, 1999 (DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS) TO
SEPTEMBER 24, 1999

Cash flows from operating activities:
  Net loss...........................................................................                 $(6,613,841)
  Non-cash item included in net loss:
     Depreciation and amortization...................................................                   2,021,726
  Increase in operating asset:
     Prepaid expenses................................................................                    (444,643)
  Increase in operating liabilities:
     Accrued compensation and benefits...............................................                   3,370,832
     Payable to affiliate, net.......................................................                   5,097,480
     Accounts payable and accrued liabilities........................................                     171,010
                                                                                                      -----------
       Cash provided by operating activities.........................................                   3,602,564
                                                                                                      -----------
Cash flows from investing activities:
  Acquisitions of fixed assets.......................................................                  (1,999,851)
  Capitalization of software development costs.......................................                  (1,602,713)
                                                                                                      -----------
                                                                                                       (3,602,564)
                                                                                                      -----------
Cash flows from financing activities:
  Capital contribution...............................................................                     200,000
                                                                                                      -----------
Net increase in cash.................................................................                     200,000
Cash balance, beginning of period....................................................                          --
                                                                                                      -----------
Cash balance, end of period..........................................................                 $   200,000
                                                                                                      -----------
                                                                                                      -----------

Supplemental disclosure of non-cash financing activities:
Effective March 10, 1999, Cantor Fitzgerald Securities made an initial capital
  contribution as follows:
     Fixed assets....................................................................   $7,370,560
     Prepaid expenses................................................................    1,202,223
     Accrued compensation and benefits...............................................   (1,490,836)
     Accounts payable and accrued expenses...........................................   (1,626,648)
                                                                                        ----------
     Total non-cash capital contributed..............................................   $5,455,299
                                                                                        ----------
                                                                                        ----------

See notes to consolidated financial statements.

F-5

eSPEED, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN STOCKHOLDER'S EQUITY
FOR THE PERIOD FROM MARCH 10, 1999 (DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS) TO
SEPTEMBER 24, 1999

                                                   COMMON STOCK          ADDITIONAL                      TOTAL
                                             ------------------------     PAID IN      ACCUMULATED    STOCKHOLDER'S
                                              CLASS A       CLASS B       CAPITAL        DEFICIT         EQUITY
                                             ----------    ----------    ----------    -----------    -------------
Balance, March 10, 1999...................   $       --    $       --    $       --    $        --     $        --
  Cash capital contribution...............                          1       199,999                        200,000
  Non-cash capital contribution...........                    439,999     5,015,300                      5,455,299
  Conversion of Class B common stock to
     Class A common stock.................       25,000       (25,000)                                          --
  Net loss................................                                              (6,613,841)     (6,613,841)
                                             ----------    ----------    ----------    -----------     -----------
Balance, September 24, 1999...............   $   25,000    $  415,000    $5,215,299    $(6,613,841)    $  (958,542)
                                             ----------    ----------    ----------    -----------     -----------
                                             ----------    ----------    ----------    -----------     -----------

See notes to consolidated financial statements.

F-6

eSPEED, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES

NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FOR THE PERIOD FROM MARCH 10, 1999 (DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS)
TO SEPTEMBER 24, 1999

1. ORGANIZATION AND FORMATION TRANSACTION

eSpeed, Inc. (eSpeed or, together with its wholly owned subsidiaries, the Company) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cantor Fitzgerald Securities (CFS), which in turn is a 99.5% owned subsidiary of Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. (CFLP, or together with CFS and its subsidiaries, Cantor). eSpeed commenced operations on March 10, 1999 as a division of CFS. eSpeed is a Delaware corporation that was formed on June 3, 1999. In September 1999, the Company's Board of Directors changed eSpeed's fiscal year from the last Friday of March to December 31. The Company engages in the business of operating interactive electronic marketplaces designed to enable market participants to trade securities and other products more efficiently and at a lower cost than traditional trading environments permit.

The Company filed a registration statement on Form S-1 with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a public offering (the Offering) of Class A common stock on September 21, 1999. The number of shares to be offered and the initial offering price will be determined at a future date. On or prior to the effective date of the Offering, and upon obtaining various regulatory approvals, the formation transactions will be consummated and, as such, the accompanying financial statements reflect such transactions and the activities of eSpeed while operating as a division of CFS as the historical basis financial statements of eSpeed. The formation transactions include an initial capital contribution of net assets of $5,455,299. This contribution includes fixed assets with a net book value of $7,370,560 and prepaid expenses of $1,202,223, and the assumption of liabilities consisting of accrued compensation, accounts payable and other liabilities of $3,117,484. In exchange for the contribution of net assets, the Company issued Cantor 43,999,900 shares of Class B common stock. Immediately thereafter, Cantor converted 2,500,000 shares of Class B common stock to 2,500,000 shares of Class A common stock which will be sold in the Offering.

Upon completion of the Offering, the capitalization of eSpeed will consist of 200,000,000 shares of authorized Class A common stock, $.01 par value, 100,000,000 shares of Class B common stock, $.01 par value, and 50,000,000 shares of preferred stock, $.01 par value. The rights of holders of shares of common stock will be substantially identical, except that holders of Class B common stock will be entitled to 10 votes per share, while holders of Class A common stock will be entitled to one vote per share. Additionally, each share of Class B common stock will be convertible at any time, at the option of the holder, into one share of Class A common stock. Upon the completion of the Offering, the Company expects to issue warrants for 127,500 shares of Class A common stock. These warrants will have a five-year term and will be exercisable commencing on the first anniversary of the date of issuance at a price per share equal to the initial public offering price. These warrants will be dilutive in nature.

2. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES

USE OF ESTIMATES--The preparation of the consolidated financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect the reported amounts of the assets and liabilities, revenues and expenses, and the disclosure of contingent assets and liabilities in the consolidated financial statements. Estimates, by their nature, are based on judgment and available information. As such, actual results could differ from the estimates included in these consolidated financial statements.

TRANSACTION REVENUES--Securities transactions and the related transaction revenues are recorded on a trade date basis.

FIXED ASSETS--Fixed assets, which comprise computer and communication equipment and software, are depreciated over their estimated economic useful lives of three to five years using an accelerated method. Upon commencement of operations, the Company adopted Statement of Position 98-1, "Accounting for the Costs of Computer Software Developed or Obtained for Internal Use." Accordingly, internal and external

F-7

eSPEED, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS--(CONTINUED)
FOR THE PERIOD FROM MARCH 10, 1999 (DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS)
TO SEPTEMBER 24, 1999

2. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES--(CONTINUED) direct costs of application development and of obtaining software for internal use are capitalized and amortized over their estimated economic useful lives of three years on a straight line basis.

NEW ACCOUNTING PRONOUNCEMENTS--In June 1998, the Financial Accounting Standards Board issued Statement of Financial Accounting Standards ("SFAS") No. 133, "Accounting for Derivative Instruments and Hedging Activities," which establishes accounting and reporting standards for derivative instruments, including certain derivative instruments embedded in other contracts, and for hedging activities. The statement, as amended, is effective for fiscal years beginning after June 15, 2000. eSpeed has evaluated the impact of adopting SFAS No. 133 and believes it will not have a material effect on its financial statements.

3. FIXED ASSETS

Fixed assets consist of the following:

                                                                       SEPTEMBER 24,
                                                                           1999
                                                                       -------------
Computer and communication equipment.................................  $   8,324,521
Software, including software development costs.......................      2,648,603
                                                                       -------------
                                                                          10,973,124
Less accumulated depreciation and amortization.......................     (2,021,726)
                                                                       -------------
Fixed assets, net....................................................  $   8,951,398
                                                                       -------------
                                                                       -------------

4. INCOME TAXES

The Company has operated as a division of CFS, which is a New York partnership. Under applicable federal and state income tax laws, the taxable income or loss of a partnership is allocated to each partner based upon their ownership interest. CFS is, however, subject to the Unincorporated Business Tax (UBT) of the City of New York, and the benefit for income taxes represents a reduction in UBT. The loss generated by eSpeed will be used as a reduction of the taxable income of CFS and, as such, eSpeed will be reimbursed for such tax and has recognized the benefit as an offset to payable to affiliates. Upon completion of the Offering, the stand-alone operations of eSpeed will be subject to income tax as a corporation.

5. COMMITMENTS AND CONTINGENCIES

LEASES--Under an administrative services agreement, eSpeed is obligated for minimum rental payments under various non-cancelable leases with third parties, principally for office space and computer equipment, expiring at various dates through 2004 as follows:

FOR THE PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER 31:
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1999.................................................................  $   1,078,351
2000.................................................................      4,627,449
2001.................................................................      4,388,356
2002.................................................................      4,388,356
2003.................................................................      4,308,659
Thereafter...........................................................     24,569,975
                                                                       -------------
Total................................................................  $  43,361,146
                                                                       -------------
                                                                       -------------

Rental expense under the above and under all other operating leases amounted to $2,450,446 for the period ended September 24, 1999.

F-8

eSPEED, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS--(CONTINUED)
FOR THE PERIOD FROM MARCH 10, 1999 (DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS)
TO SEPTEMBER 24, 1999

5. COMMITMENTS AND CONTINGENCIES--(CONTINUED)
LEGAL MATTERS--On May 5, 1999, Cantor, The Board of Trade of the City of Chicago, The New York Mercantile Exchange and The Chicago Mercantile Exchange, were sued by Electronic Trading Systems, Inc. in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas (Dallas Division) for alleged infringement of Wagner United States patent 4,903,201, entitled "Automated Futures Trade Exchange." The patent relates to a system and method for implementing an electronic, computer-automated futures exchange. On July 1, 1999, Cantor answered the complaint, asserting, among other things, that the '201 patent was invalid and not infringed by Cantor and that Cantor was not the real party in interest. Although not identified by the complaint, Cantor believes that the system being charged with infringement is a version of the electronic trading system used by the Cantor Exchange which Cantor is contributing to the Company in connection with this offering. If the plaintiff is successful in the lawsuit, the Company may be required to obtain a license to develop and market one or more of its services, to cease developing or marketing such services or to redesign such services. There can be no assurances that the Company would be able to obtain such licenses or that the Company would be able to obtain them at commercially reasonable rates, or if unable to obtain licenses that the Company would be able to redesign its services to avoid infringement.

Cantor owns U.S. patent 5,905,974, entitled "Automated Auction Protocol Processor." On August 10, 1999, Liberty Brokerage Investment Corporation filed an action for declaratory judgment in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware against Cantor, claiming that the '974 patent was invalid, unenforceable and not infringed by Liberty. On October 12, 1999, Cantor moved
(1) to dismiss all claims against Cantor for failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted and (2) to dismiss the action against Cantor for lack of an actual case or controversy within the meaning of the law. On November 22, 1999, the Court granted the motion to dismiss the action as against Cantor Fitzgerald Securities, and denied the motion to dismiss the action as against Cantor and its affiliate CFPH, LLC. The Company cannot be assured that the Company or Cantor will bring a claim for infringement of the '974 patent against Liberty, that the '974 patent will be found to be valid and/or enforceable or that Liberty will be found to have infringed the '974 patent. The Company will assume responsibility for defending this suit on behalf of Cantor and its affiliates.

In February 1998, Market Data Corporation contracted with Chicago Board Brokerage (a company controlled by the Chicago Board of Trade and Prebon Yamane) to provide the technology for an electronic trading system to compete with Cantor's United States Treasury brokerage business. Market Data Corporation is controlled by Iris Cantor and Rodney Fisher, her nephew-in-law. Iris Cantor, a company under the control of Iris Cantor referred to herein as CFI, and Rodney Fisher are limited partners of Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P.

In April 1998, Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. filed a complaint in the Delaware Court of Chancery against Market Data Corporation, Iris Cantor, CFI, Rodney Fisher and Chicago Board Brokerage seeking an injunction and other remedies. The complaint alleges that Iris Cantor, CFI and Rodney Fisher violated certain duties, including fiduciary duties under Cantor's partnership agreement due to their competition with Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. with respect to the electronic trading system mentioned above. The complaint further alleges that Market Data Corporation and Chicago Board Brokerage tortiously interfered with Cantor's partnership agreement and aided and abetted Iris Cantor's, CFI's and Rodney Fisher's breaches of fiduciary duty. Iris Cantor, CFI and Rodney Fisher counterclaimed seeking, among other things, (1) to reform agreements they have with Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. and (2) a declaration that Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. breached the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing. Cantor has agreed to indemnify the Company for any liabilities that the Company incurs with respect to any current or future litigation involving (1) Market Data Corporation, (2) Iris Cantor, (3) CFI or (4) Rodney Fisher.

On July 12, 1998, the Court of Chancery held Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. was likely to succeed on the merits of its claims that Iris Cantor, CFI and Rodney Fisher had breached their partnership obligations to

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eSPEED, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS--(CONTINUED)
FOR THE PERIOD FROM MARCH 10, 1999 (DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS)
TO SEPTEMBER 24, 1999

5. COMMITMENTS AND CONTINGENCIES--(CONTINUED) Cantor but had not shown that the defendants' conduct was likely to cause imminent irreparable harm between the date of the opinion and a final hearing. The Court of Chancery, therefore, denied Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P.'s request for preliminary injunctive relief and scheduled a final trial. Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. settled its dispute with Chicago Board Brokerage in April 1999 and Chicago Board Brokerage subsequently announced it was disbanding its operations. The remaining parties have completed the final trial and the Court of Chancery's decision is expected following post-trial oral arguments scheduled for December 7, 1999. The Company believes Market Data Corporation's technology for electronic trading systems will be of substantial assistance to competitors in the wholesale market if provided to them.

Two related actions are pending in New York. In a case pending in the Supreme Court of New York, New York County, plaintiff Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. alleges, among other things, that defendants Market Data Corporation, CFI, Iris Cantor and Rodney Fisher misused confidential information of Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. in connection with the above mentioned provision of technology to Chicago Board Brokerage. In a case pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, CFI and Iris Cantor allege, among other things, that certain senior officers of Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. breached fiduciary duties they owed to CFI. The allegations in this lawsuit relate to several of the same events underlying the court proceedings in Delaware. Neither of these two cases has been pursued during the pendency of the court proceedings in Delaware.

In addition to the allegations set forth in the pending lawsuits, Cantor has received correspondence from the attorneys representing Iris Cantor, CFI, Market Data Corporation and Rodney Fisher in the proceedings in Delaware, expressing a purported concern that Cantor and/or certain of its partners may be in breach of Cantor's partnership agreement (including, among other things, the partnership agreement's provisions relating to competition with the partnership) and the general partnership agreement of Cantor Fitzgerald Securities with respect to the Company's initial public offering. Generally, these attorneys have alleged that various purported conflicts of interest will exist arising from the fact that certain of the Company's directors and officers will simultaneously hold positions with Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P. Moreover, these attorneys have asserted that the Company's business plan may not be consistent with certain purported rights of Market Data Corporation (including purported intellectual property rights) and other parties and they have requested more information regarding the Company's initial public offering.

Although the Company does not expect to incur any losses with respect to the pending lawsuits or supplemental allegations surrounding Cantor's partnership agreement, Cantor has agreed to indemnify the Company with respect to any liabilities the Company incurs as a result of such lawsuits or allegations.

Cantor and Reuters are parties to a confidential arbitration under the auspices of the American Arbitration Association in New York, New York, which began in June of 1995 with respect to a January 1993 agreement among Reuters, Cantor and Market Data Corporation. Cantor has agreed to indemnify the Company against all claims asserted by Reuters or Market Data Corporation relating to this agreement or arising out of the arbitration.

The agreement executed in 1993 involves, among other things, the delivery by Cantor of certain market brokerage data arising out of non-United States government bond and U.S. municipal bond interdealer brokerage transactions for transmittal over Reuters' network. The agreement also contemplated the joint development by Cantor and Reuters of an electronic trading system for certain transactions in non-United States government bonds. Cantor and Reuters did not develop this electronic trading system. In the arbitration, Reuters alleges that Cantor materially breached the agreement primarily by failing to provide non- screen, voice brokerage data concerning non-United States government bonds and U.S. municipal bonds that Reuters contends are subject to the agreement and fraud. Reuters is seeking to recover from Cantor amounts representing past payments for market data, the reimbursement of attorneys' fees and other damages. Cantor

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eSPEED, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS--(CONTINUED)
FOR THE PERIOD FROM MARCH 10, 1999 (DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS)
TO SEPTEMBER 24, 1999

5. COMMITMENTS AND CONTINGENCIES--(CONTINUED)

has denied Reuters' allegations that there has been any material breach of this agreement or fraud, and has asserted a breach of contract claim and various other counterclaims against Reuters, including claims for Reuters' failure since February 1997 to pay any of the money due Cantor for data under this agreement. In February 1997, Reuters unilaterally ceased making such payments to Cantor in connection with the dispute and in November 1999 stopped distributing Cantor's market data that was provided to Reuters.

Reuters has recently asserted that, in the event it prevails in the arbitration, it may be entitled to receive from Cantor, and possibly from the Company, revenues in respect of the sale, license, dissemination, delivery or other distribution of the data subject to this agreement. Reuters has also asserted that, if it loses the arbitration, it could still, at the conclusion of the arbitration, try to cure its multiple breaches and seek to have the agreement remain in effect. Cantor believes that it did not materially breach this agreement and believes that Reuters would not be entitled to (1) any of the Company's revenues, even if Reuters prevailed in the arbitration or (2) cure its own breaches and cause the agreement to remain in effect, in the event Cantor prevails. As stated above, Reuters ceased making payments under this agreement in 1997 and has ceased distributing the data covered by the agreement. Cantor has notified Reuters that Cantor has terminated the agreement based on Reuters' material breaches.

Market Data Corporation recently made an application for an order directing
(1) Reuters to pay Cantor for providing the data, (2) Cantor to continue to provide Market Data Corporation with data for transmission to Reuters, and (3) Reuters to accept and distribute the data over Reuters' network. That application has been denied on the basis of Market Data Corporation's failure to demonstrate that monetary damages would be an inadequate remedy for any damages it may suffer as a result of Reuters' and Cantor's actions. Even if any relief were granted to Market Data Corporation, the Company does not believe it would have a material adverse effect on its business.

Recently, the panel in the arbitration rendered a decision interpreting certain portions of the agreement in a manner contrary to that which Cantor believes was intended and concluded that Cantor had failed to deliver certain non-screen, voice brokerage data to Reuters that the panel concluded was required under the agreement. Cantor maintains that it has not materially breached the agreement, that any breach was cured by Cantor, that the agreement cannot be terminated at Reuter's insistence, that Reuters has underpaid Cantor and that, by ceasing to make payments since 1997 and discontinuing the distribution of Cantor's data, Reuters has materially breached the agreement. The panel has not resolved these issues and the arbitration is still continuing.

The Company cannot give any assurance that Market Data Corporation and/or Reuters will not seek to assert claims relating to the Company's activities against the Company or Cantor, either in the arbitration or in another proceeding. In any event, Cantor has agreed to indemnify the Company with respect to any claims asserted by Reuters or Market Data Corporation relating to the agreement or arising out of the arbitration.

Although the ultimate outcome of these actions cannot be ascertained at this time and the results of legal proceedings cannot be predicted with certainty, it is the opinion of management that the resolution of these matters will not have a material adverse effect on the financial condition or results of operations of the Company.

RISKS AND UNCERTAINTIES--The Company generates its revenues by providing securities trading activities to, and by executing transactions with, institutional customers of CFS and certain of its affiliates. Revenues for these services are transaction based. As a result, the Company's revenues could vary based on the transaction volume of financial markets around the world.

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eSPEED, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS--(CONTINUED)
FOR THE PERIOD FROM MARCH 10, 1999 (DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS)
TO SEPTEMBER 24, 1999

6. RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS

The Company operates interactive electronic marketplaces. For providing these services, the Company receives a percentage of the transaction revenues ranging from 2.5% to 100% from Cantor's marketplace businesses, depending on the type of electronic services provided for the transaction. Revenues from such transactions during the period ended September 24, 1999 totaled $15,034,597.

On certain transactions (those where the Company receives 100% of the commission revenue share), CFS or its affiliate provides the Company with services for which CFS or its affiliate is paid a fee of 20% or 35% of the transaction revenue earned on the transaction. Charges to the Company from CFS and its affiliates for such transaction services during the period ended September 24, 1999 totaled $1,337,282.

The Company also provides network, data center and server administration support and other technology services to CFS and its affiliates. The Company charges CFS and its affiliates for these services commensurate with its costs of providing these services. System services fees received from CFS and its affiliates during the period ended September 24, 1999 totaled $9,104,872.

Under an administrative services agreement, CFS and its affiliates provide various administrative services to the Company, including accounting, tax, sales and marketing, legal, and facilities management. The Company is required to reimburse CFS or its affiliate for the cost of providing such services. The costs represent the direct and indirect costs of providing such services and are determined based upon the time incurred by the individual performing such services. Management believes that this allocation methodology is reasonable. The administrative services agreement has a three-year term which will renew automatically for successive one-year terms unless cancelled upon six month's prior notice by either the Company or CFS and its affiliates. The Company incurred administrative fees for such services during the period ended September 24, 1999 totaling $1,067,200.

7. REGULATORY CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS

Through its broker-dealer subsidiaries, eSpeed Government Securities, Inc. and eSpeed Securities, Inc., the Company will be subject to Securities and Exchange Commission broker-dealer regulation under Section 15C and Rule 17a-5, respectively, of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. As such, at current business levels these subsidiaries would be required to maintain minimum net capital, as defined, of $25,000 and $5,000, respectively. In addition, eSpeed's broker-dealer subsidiary in the United Kingdom, eSpeed Securities International Limited, expects to be subject to the rules of the Securities and Futures Authority, which requires minimum net capital of approximately $50,000.

8. EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLAN

Employees of eSpeed are eligible to participate in the Cantor Fitzgerald Deferral Plan (the Plan), which is a deferred-salary plan sponsored by CFLP, whereby an eligible employee may elect to defer a portion of his salary by directing eSpeed to contribute to the Plan. The Plan is available to all employees of eSpeed meeting certain eligibility requirements and is subject to the provisions of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. While the Company has the option to contribute to the Plan on behalf of its participants, no such contribution was made during the period ended September 24, 1999. The administration of the Plan is performed by CFLP. The Company pays its proportionate share of such administrative costs under the Administrative Services Agreement.

9. LONG-TERM INCENTIVE PLAN

The Company intends to adopt a Long-Term Incentive Plan (the Plan) which will provide for awards in the form of 1) either incentive stock options or non-qualified stock options (NQSOs); 2) stock appreciation rights;
3) restricted or deferred stock; 4) dividend equivalents; 5) bonus shares and awards in lieu of

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eSPEED, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS--(CONTINUED)
FOR THE PERIOD FROM MARCH 10, 1999 (DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS)
TO SEPTEMBER 24, 1999

9. LONG-TERM INCENTIVE PLAN--(CONTINUED) obligations to pay cash compensation; and 6) other awards the value of which is based in whole or in part upon the value of eSpeed's common stock.

The Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors will administer the Plan and will generally be empowered to select the individuals who will receive the awards and the terms and conditions of those awards.

The Plan also authorizes the automatic grant of NQSOs to non-employee directors upon initial election as a director and additional grants at each annual meeting thereafter. These options will have an exercise price equal to the fair market value of the Class A common stock on the date of grant.

In connection with the Offering, the Company also intends to issue 7,200,000 stock options to certain officers, directors and employees at an exercise price equal to the initial public offering price. Additionally, the Company anticipates granting approximately 300,000 stock options to certain employees of Cantor at an exercise price equal to the initial public offering price. This will result in an estimated, one time non-cash charge to the Company of $4,000,000.

10. STOCK PURCHASE PLAN

The Company intends to adopt a Stock Purchase Plan to permit eligible employees, including employees of Cantor, to purchase shares of eSpeed common stock at a discount. At the end of each purchase period, as defined, accumulated payroll deductions will be used to purchase stock at a price determined by a Stock Purchase Plan administrative committee, which will generally not be less than 85% of the lowest market price at various defined dates during the purchase period. The Company has reserved 425,000 shares of Class A common stock for issuance under the Stock Purchase Plan.

11. SEGMENT AND GEOGRAPHIC DATA

SEGMENT INFORMATION--The Company currently operates its business in one segment, that of operating interactive electronic marketplaces for the trading of securities and other financial products. This segment comprised approximately 62% of revenues for the period ended September 24, 1999. The remainder of the Company's revenues were derived from system services fees received from CFS and its affiliates.

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION--The Company operates in the U.S., Europe and Asia. Revenue attribution for purposes of preparing geographic data is principally based upon the marketplace where the financial product is traded, which, as a result of regulatory jurisdiction constraints in most circumstances, is also representative of the location of the client generating the transaction resulting in commissionable revenue. The information

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eSPEED, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES

NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS--(CONTINUED)
FOR THE PERIOD FROM MARCH 10, 1999 (DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF OPERATIONS)
TO SEPTEMBER 24, 1999

11. SEGMENT AND GEOGRAPHIC DATA--(CONTINUED) that follows, in management's judgement, provides a reasonable representation of the activities of each region as of and for the period ended September 24, 1999:

Transaction revenues:
  Europe.......................................................................   $ 4,210,154
  Asia.........................................................................       333,695
                                                                                  -----------
     Total non-U.S.............................................................     4,543,849
  U.S..........................................................................    10,490,748
                                                                                  -----------
     Total.....................................................................   $15,034,597
                                                                                  -----------
                                                                                  -----------

Average long-lived assets:
  Europe.......................................................................   $ 2,716,108
  Asia.........................................................................     1,019,523
                                                                                  -----------
     Total non-U.S.............................................................     3,735,631
  U.S..........................................................................     4,613,005
                                                                                  -----------
     Total.....................................................................   $ 8,348,636
                                                                                  -----------
                                                                                  -----------

12. QUARTERLY INFORMATION (UNAUDITED)

The unaudited quarterly results of operations of the Company for 1999 are prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. The information presented reflects all adjustments (which consist of normal recurring accruals) that are, in management's opinion, necessary for the fair presentation of results of operations for the periods presented. Results of any period are not necessarily indicative of results for a full year.

                                                                       MARCH 10,
                                                                         1999
                                                                       (DATE OF
                                                                      COMMENCEMENT
                                                                          OF
                                                                      OPERATIONS)
                                                                          TO
                                                                       MARCH 26,
                                                                         1999         JUNE 25, 1999    SEPT. 24, 1999
                                                                      ------------    -------------    --------------
Total revenues.....................................................    $1,948,250      $10,569,356      $ 11,621,863
                                                                       ----------      -----------      ------------
Total expenses.....................................................     2,486,758       13,321,989        15,116,370
                                                                       ----------      -----------      ------------
Loss before provision for income taxes.............................      (538,508)      (2,752,633)       (3,494,507)
Income tax benefit.................................................        13,470           68,849            89,488
                                                                       ----------      -----------      ------------
Net loss...........................................................    $ (525,038)     $(2,683,784)     $ (3,405,019)
                                                                       ----------      -----------      ------------
                                                                       ----------      -----------      ------------

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NO PERSON HAS BEEN AUTHORIZED TO GIVE ANY INFORMATION OR TO MAKE ANY REPRESENTATIONS OTHER THAN THOSE CONTAINED IN THIS PROSPECTUS AND, IF GIVEN OR MADE, SUCH INFORMATION OR REPRESENTATIONS MUST NOT BE RELIED UPON AS HAVING BEEN AUTHORIZED. THIS PROSPECTUS DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER TO SELL OR THE SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY ANY SECURITIES OTHER THAN THE SECURITIES DESCRIBED IN THIS PROSPECTUS OR AN OFFER TO SELL OR THE SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY SUCH SECURITIES IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCES IN WHICH SUCH OFFER OR SOLICITATION IS UNLAWFUL. NEITHER THE DELIVERY OF THIS PROSPECTUS NOR ANY SALE MADE HEREUNDER SHALL, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CREATE ANY IMPLICATION THAT THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS CORRECT AS OF ANY TIME SUBSEQUENT TO THE DATE OF SUCH INFORMATION.

8,500,000 Shares

[LOGO]

Class A Common Stock

THROUGH AND INCLUDING , 2000 (THE 25TH DAY AFTER COMMENCEMENT OF THIS OFFERING), ALL DEALERS EFFECTING TRANSACTIONS IN THE CLASS A COMMON STOCK OFFERED BY THIS PROSPECTUS, WHETHER OR NOT PARTICIPATING IN THIS OFFERING, MAY BE REQUIRED TO DELIVER A PROSPECTUS. THIS IS IN ADDITION TO THE OBLIGATION OF DEALERS TO DELIVER A PROSPECTUS WHEN ACTING AS UNDERWRITERS AND WITH RESPECT TO THEIR UNSOLD ALLOTMENTS OR SUBSCRIPTIONS.

WARBURG DILLON READ LLC

HAMBRECHT & QUIST

THOMAS WEISEL PARTNERS LLC

CANTOR FITZGERALD & CO.


PART II
INFORMATION NOT REQUIRED IN PROSPECTUS

ITEM 13. OTHER EXPENSES OF ISSUANCE AND DISTRIBUTION.

The following table sets forth the expenses (other than underwriting compensation expected to be incurred) in connection with this offering. All of such amounts (except the SEC registration fee and the NASD filing fee) are estimated.

SEC registration fee............................................................   $   70,334
Nasdaq listing fee..............................................................       95,000
NASD filing fee.................................................................       25,800
Blue Sky fees and expenses......................................................       10,000
Printing and engraving costs....................................................      225,000
Legal fees and expenses.........................................................    1,500,000
Accounting fees and expenses....................................................      400,000
Transfer Agent and Registrar fees and expenses..................................        3,500
Miscellaneous...................................................................      120,366
                                                                                   ----------
Total...........................................................................   $2,450,000
                                                                                   ----------
                                                                                   ----------

ITEM 14. INDEMNIFICATION OF DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS.

Our By-Laws provide that we shall, to the fullest extent permitted by
Section 145 of the General Corporation Law of the State of Delaware (the "DGCL"), as amended from time to time, indemnify all persons whom it may indemnify pursuant thereto.

Section 145 of the DGCL permits a corporation, under specified circumstances, to indemnify its directors, officers, employees or agents against expenses (including attorneys' fees), judgments, fines and amounts paid in settlements actually and reasonably incurred by them in connection with any action, suit or proceeding brought by third parties by reason of the fact that they were or are directors, officers, employees or agents of the corporation, if such directors, officers, employees or agents acted in good faith and in a manner they reasonably believed to be in or not opposed to the best interests of the corporation and, with respect to any criminal action or proceeding, had no reason to believe their conduct was unlawful. In a derivative action, i.e., one by or in the right of the corporation, indemnification may be made only for expenses actually and reasonably incurred by directors, officers, employees or agents in connection with the defense or settlement of an action or suit, and only with respect to a matter as to which they shall have acted in good faith and in a manner they reasonably believed to be in or not opposed to the best interests of the corporation, except that no indemnification shall be made if such person shall have been adjudged liable to the corporation, unless and only to the extent that the court in which the action or suit was brought shall determine upon application that the defendant directors, officers, employees or agents are fairly and reasonably entitled to indemnity for such expenses despite such adjudication of liability.

Our Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation provides that our directors will not be personally liable to us or our stockholders for monetary damages resulting from breaches of their fiduciary duty as directors except (a) for any breach of the duty of loyalty to us or our stockholders, (b) for acts or omissions not in good faith or which involve intentional misconduct or a knowing violation of law, (c) under Section 174 of the DGCL, which makes directors liable for unlawful dividends or unlawful stock repurchases or redemptions, or
(d) for transactions from which directors derive improper personal benefit.

The Underwriting Agreement, filed as Exhibit 1, provides that the Underwriters named therein will indemnify us and hold us harmless and each of our directors, officers or controlling persons from and against certain liabilities, including liabilities under the Securities Act. The Underwriting Agreement also provides that such Underwriters will contribute to certain liabilities of such persons under the Securities Act.

ITEM 15. RECENT SALES OF UNREGISTERED SECURITIES.

On September 7, 1999, we issued 100 shares of common stock to Cantor Fitzgerald Securities for an aggregate purchase price of $200,000.

The sale of the above securities was deemed to be exempt from registration under the Securities Act in reliance on Section 4(2) of the Securities Act, or Regulation D promulgated thereunder, as a transaction by an issuer not involving a public offering.

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ITEM 16. EXHIBITS AND FINANCIAL STATEMENT SCHEDULES.

(a) Exhibits

EXHIBIT
NUMBER   DESCRIPTION
------   ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1       --   Form of Underwriting Agreement*
  2.1     --   Form of Assignment and Assumption Agreement, dated as of         , 1999, by and among Cantor
               Fitzgerald, L.P., Cantor Fitzgerald Securities, CFFE, LLC, CFPH, LLC, Cantor Fitzgerald & Co. and
               eSpeed, Inc.
  2.2     --   Form of Assignment and Assumption Agreement, dated as of            , 1999 by and between Cantor
               Fitzgerald International and eSpeed Securities International Limited
  3.1     --   Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation of eSpeed, Inc.*
  3.2     --   Amended and Restated By-Laws of eSpeed, Inc.*
  4.1     --   Specimen Class A Common Stock Certificate*
  4.2     --   Form of Warrant to be issued to Martin J. Wygod*
  5       --   Opinion of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP*
 10.1     --   Long-Term Incentive Plan of eSpeed, Inc.*
 10.2     --   eSpeed, Inc. Stock Purchase Plan*
 10.3     --   Form of Joint Services Agreement, dated as of             , 1999, by and among Cantor Fitzgerald,
               L.P., Cantor Fitzgerald International, Cantor Fitzgerald Gilts, Cantor Fitzgerald Securities, Cantor
               Fitzgerald & Co., Cantor Fitzgerald Partners, eSpeed, Inc., eSpeed Securities, Inc., eSpeed Government
               Securities, Inc., eSpeed International Securities Limited and eSpeed Markets, Inc.*
 10.4     --   Form of Administrative Services Agreement, dated as of                , 1999, by and among Cantor
               Fitzgerald, L.P., Cantor Fitzgerald International, Cantor Fitzgerald Gilts, Cantor Fitzgerald
               Securities, Cantor Fitzgerald & Co., Cantor Fitzgerald Partners, eSpeed, Inc., eSpeed Securities,
               Inc., eSpeed Government Securities, Inc., eSpeed International Securities Limited and eSpeed Markets,
               Inc.*
 10.5     --   Form of Registration Rights Agreement*
 10.6     --   Form of Sublease Agreement, dated as of December   , 1999, between Cantor Fitzgerald Securities and
               eSpeed, Inc.*
 21       --   List of subsidiaries of eSpeed, Inc.*
 23.1     --   Consent of Deloitte & Touche LLP
 23.2     --   Consent of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP (contained in Exhibit 5)*
 23.3     --   Consent of Richard C. Breeden*
 23.4     --   Consent of Larry R. Carter*
 23.5     --   Consent of Douglas B. Gardner*
 23.6     --   Consent of Frederick T. Varacchi*
 23.7     --   Consent of William J. Moran*
 23.8     --   Consent of Joseph Shea*
 24       --   Powers of Attorney (included on signature page)*
 27       --   Financial Data Schedule*


* Previously filed.

(b) Financial Statement Schedules

The financial statement schedules are omitted because they are inapplicable or the requested information is shown in the consolidated financial statements of eSpeed, Inc. or related notes thereto.

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ITEM 17. UNDERTAKINGS.

The undesigned registrant hereby undertakes as follows:

(1) The undersigned will provide to the underwriters at the closing specified in the Underwriting Agreement certificates in such denominations and registered in such names as required by the underwriters to permit prompt delivery to each purchaser.

(2) For purposes of determining any liability under the Securities Act, the information omitted from the form of prospectus filed as part of this registration statement in reliance on Rule 430A and contained in a form of prospectus filed by the registrant pursuant to Rule 424(b)(1) or
(4) or 497(h) under the Securities Act shall be deemed to be part of this registration statement as of the time it is declared effective.

(3) For the purpose of determining any liability under the Securities Act of 1933, each post-effective amendment that contains a form of prospectus shall be deemed to be a new registration statement relating to the securities offered therein, and the offering of such securities at that time shall be deemed to the initial bona fide offering thereof.

Insofar as indemnification arising under the Securities Act may be permitted to directors, officers and controlling persons of the registrant pursuant to the provisions described in Item 14 or otherwise, the registrant has been advised that in the opinion of the Securities and Exchange Commission such indemnification is against public policy as expressed in the Act and is, therefore, unenforceable. In the event that a claim for indemnification against such liabilities (other than the payment by the registrant of expenses incurred or paid by a director, officer or controlling person of the registrant in the successful defense of any action, suit or proceeding) is asserted by such director, officer or controlling person in connection with the securities being registered, the registrant will, unless in the opinion of its counsel the matter has been settled by controlling precedent, submit to a court of appropriate jurisdiction the question whether such indemnification by it is against public policy as expressed in the Act and will be governed by the final adjudication of such issue.

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SIGNATURES

PURSUANT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SECURITIES ACT OF 1933, THE REGISTRANT HAS DULY CAUSED THIS AMENDMENT NO. 5 TO REGISTRATION STATEMENT TO BE SIGNED ON ITS BEHALF BY THE UNDERSIGNED, THEREUNTO DULY AUTHORIZED, IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK, THE STATE OF NEW YORK, ON THE 9TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1999.

eSpeed, Inc.

By: _________________*________________ Name: Howard W. Lutnick Title: Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer

PURSUANT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SECURITIES ACT OF 1933, THIS AMENDMENT NO. 5, TO REGISTRATION STATEMENT HAS BEEN SIGNED BY THE FOLLOWING PERSONS IN THE CAPACITIES AND ON THE DATE INDICATED.

                SIGNATURE                                      TITLE                             DATE
------------------------------------------  -------------------------------------------   -------------------

                    *                       Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive        December 9, 1999
------------------------------------------  Officer
            Howard W. Lutnick

                    *                       President and Chief Operating Officer            December 9, 1999
------------------------------------------
          Frederick T. Varacchi

          /s/ DOUGLAS B. GARDNER            Vice Chairman                                    December 9, 1999
------------------------------------------
            Douglas B. Gardner

                    *                       Senior Vice President and Chief Financial        December 9, 1999
------------------------------------------  Officer (Principal Financial and Accounting
             Kevin C. Piccoli               Officer)

                    *                       Senior Vice President, General Counsel and       December 9, 1999
------------------------------------------  Secretary
            Stephen M. Merkel

*By /s/ DOUGLAS B. GARDNER
     Douglas B. Gardner, as
     Attorney-in-Fact pursuant to the
     Power of Attorney previously provided as
     part of the Registration Statement.

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EXHIBIT INDEX

 EXHIBIT
  NUMBER     DESCRIPTION
----------   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1         --   Form of Underwriting Agreement*
    2.1       --   Form of Assignment and Assumption Agreement, dated as of         , 1999, by and among
                   Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P., Cantor Fitzgerald Securities, CFFE, LLC, Cantor Fitzgerald
                   L.L.C., CFPH, LLC Cantor Fitzgerald & Co. and eSpeed, Inc.
    2.2       --   Form of Assignment and Assumption Agreement, dated as of            , 1999 by and
                   between Cantor Fitzgerald International and eSpeed Securities International Limited
    3.1       --   Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation of eSpeed, Inc.*
    3.2       --   Amended and Restated By-Laws of eSpeed, Inc.*
    4.1       --   Specimen Class A Common Stock Certificate.*
    4.2       --   Form of Warrant to be issued to Martin J. Wygod*
    5         --   Opinion of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP*
   10.1       --   Long-Term Incentive Plan of eSpeed, Inc.*
   10.2       --   eSpeed, Inc. Stock Purchase Plan*
   10.3       --   Form of Joint Services Agreement, dated as of             , 1999, by and among Cantor
                   Fitzgerald, L.P., Cantor Fitzgerald International, Cantor Fitzgerald Gilts, Cantor
                   Fitzgerald Securities, Cantor Fitzgerald & Co., Cantor Fitzgerald Partners, eSpeed,
                   Inc., eSpeed Securities, Inc., eSpeed Government Securities, Inc., eSpeed
                   International Securities Limited and eSpeed Markets, Inc.*
   10.4       --   Form of Administrative Services Agreement, dated as of                , 1999, by and
                   among Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P., Cantor Fitzgerald International, Cantor Fitzgerald
                   Gilts, Cantor Fitzgerald Securities, Cantor Fitzgerald & Co., Cantor Fitzgerald
                   Partners, eSpeed, Inc., eSpeed Securities, Inc., eSpeed Government Securities, Inc.,
                   eSpeed International Securities Limited and eSpeed Markets, Inc.*
   10.5       --   Form of Registration Rights Agreement*
   10.6       --   Form of Sublease Agreement, dated as of December   , 1999, between Cantor Fitzgerald
                   Securities and eSpeed, Inc.*
   21         --   List of subsidiaries of eSpeed, Inc.*
   23.1       --   Consent of Deloitte & Touche LLP
   23.2       --   Consent of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP (contained in Exhibit 5)*
   23.3       --   Consent of Richard C. Breeden*
   23.4       --   Consent of Larry R. Carter*
   23.5       --   Consent of Douglas B. Gardner*
   23.6       --   Consent of Frederick T. Varacchi*
   23.7       --   Consent of William J. Moran*
   23.8       --   Consent of Joseph P. Shea*
   24         --   Powers of Attorney (included on signature page)*
   27         --   Financial Data Schedule*


* Previously filed.

ASSIGNMENT AND ASSUMPTION AGREEMENT

THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into as of December __, 1999, among Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P., a Delaware limited partnership ("CFLP"), Cantor Fitzgerald Securities, a New York general partnership ("CFS"), CFFE, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company ("CFFE"), Cantor Fitzgerald L.L.C., a Delaware limited liability company ("CF"), CFPH, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company ("CFPH"), and Cantor Fitzgerald & Co., a New York general partnership ("CF&Co" and, together with CFLP, CFS, CFFE, CF, and CFPH, the "Assignors"), and eSpeed, Inc., a Delaware corporation ("Assignee").

W I T N E S S E T H:

WHEREAS, Assignee is a recently formed company that has been organized to engage in the business of operating interactive electronic marketplaces in accordance with the (i) Joint Services Agreement (as hereinafter defined) and
(ii) Administrative Services Agreement (as hereinafter defined) (the "Business"), initially to be used principally by financial and wholesale market participants to trade in fixed income securities, futures, options and other financial instruments and including the eSpeed system described in the final prospectus filed by Assignee (the "Prospectus") relating to Assignee's initial public offering.

WHEREAS, each of CFLP, CFS and CF&Co currently operate the Business and each Assignor owns or has the right to use the Assets (as hereinafter defined) used to operate the Business, including, without limitation, certain hardware, software, technologies, systems and other intellectual property and agreements that are principally used in the Business.

WHEREAS, Assignee desires to acquire such assets from the Assignors in exchange for the issuance to each Assignor of the number of shares of Class B Common Stock, par value $.01, of Assignee (the "Class B Shares") set out opposite the name of such Assignor on Schedule 1.04 hereto, being 43,999,900 Class B Shares in the aggregate for all of the Assignors (the "Consideration").

WHEREAS, each Assignor has determined that its share of the Consideration represents valuable and fair consideration for the transfer of its portion of such assets to Assignee and has determined that it is in its best interest to transfer its portion of such assets to Assignee in return for the Consideration.

NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual representations, warranties, covenants and agreements contained herein, and upon the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth, the parties hereby agree as follows:


ARTICLE I

TERMS OF ASSIGNMENT

1.01. Assignment. On the terms and subject to the conditions in this Agreement and for the Consideration specified herein, at the Closing (as hereinafter defined), the Assignors shall sell, transfer, convey, assign and deliver to Assignee, and Assignee shall purchase, acquire and accept from the Assignors, free and clear of all mortgages, pledges, assessments, security interests, conditional sale or title retention contracts, leases, liens, adverse claims, Taxes (as hereinafter defined), levies, charges, options, rights of first refusal, transfer restrictions or other encumbrances of any nature, or any contracts, agreements or understandings to grant any of the foregoing (collectively, "Liens"), all of the Assignors' right, title and interest in, to and under the following assets and rights, including, but not limited to, the assets and rights identified on Schedule 1.01, in each case to the extent used or held for use principally in the Business, but excluding the Excluded Assets (as hereinafter defined) (the "Assignment"):

(a) all machinery, equipment, computers, network servers, monitors, servers and other related items of tangible personal property of the Assignors, principally used in the Business (the "Equipment");

(b) all fictional business names, trade names, d/b/a names, logos, Internet domain names (including, without limitation, www.eSpeed.com), trademarks, service marks (including, without limitation, eSpeed(Service Mark)), trade dress and any and all federal, state, local and foreign applications, registrations and renewals therefor, and all the goodwill associated therewith principally used in the Business (collectively, "Marks"); all copyrights in both published works and unpublished works, and in online works such as Internet web sites, and any federal or foreign applications, registrations and renewals therefor principally used in the Business (collectively, "Copyrights"); all rights in any and all licensed or proprietary computer software, firmware, middleware, programs, systems applications, databases and files (in whatever form or medium), including all material documentation, relating thereto, and all source and object codes relating thereto principally used in the Business (collectively, "Computer Software and Files"); all know-how, trade secrets, confidential information, competitively sensitive and proprietary information (including but not limited to internal pricing information, supplier information, telephone and telefax numbers, and e-mail addresses), technical information, data, process technology, drawings and blue prints principally used in the Business, other than the Information (as hereinafter defined) (collectively, "Trade Secrets"); and the right to sue for past infringement, if any, in connection with any of the foregoing, including, but not limited to, the intellectual property disclosed in Schedule 1.01(b) hereto (collectively, the "Intellectual Property");

(c) all agreements and arrangements permitting any Assignor to use intellectual property, equipment and computer equipment owned by third parties, or permitting third party use of intellectual property, equipment or computer equipment owned by any Assignor,

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or for the processing, use, licensing, leasing, storage, or retrieval of software, data and information principally used by, and related to, the Business (collectively, "Intellectual Property, Equipment and Computer Agreements");

(d) any and all accounting business information, management information and internal reporting data and related books and records (in whatever form or medium maintained), including but not limited to advertising, marketing and sales programs, business, marketing and strategic plans, research and development reports and records, and advertising copy (including radio and television scripts), creative materials, production agreements, and all other promotional brochures, flyers, inserts and other materials used principally in connection with the Business (collectively, the "Marketing Materials");

(e) all computer tapes, discs and other media which are used to store Intellectual Property (the "Computer Equipment");

(f) all agreements, contracts, instruments and other documents to which any Assignor is a party that are listed in Schedule 2.07 (the "Assigned Contracts");

(g) all claims of any Assignor against third parties relating to the Assets (as hereinafter defined), whether choate or inchoate, known or unknown or contingent or non-contingent;

(h) to the extent transferable, any and all Permits (as hereinafter defined) used exclusively in connection with the Business; and

(i) all capital stock of eSpeed Securities International Limited, a limited company registered in England under number 3809189;

all as the same shall exist on the Closing Date (items (a) through (i) being, collectively, the "Assets").

1.02. Excluded Assets. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, all assets, properties and rights of the Assignors other than those set forth in Section 1.01 (including Schedule 1.01), including without limitation, the following assets, properties and rights of the Assignors (the "Excluded Assets"), shall be excluded from and shall not constitute part of the Assets, and Assignee shall have no rights, title or interest in or duties or obligations of any nature whatsoever with respect thereto by virtue of the consummation of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement:

(a) all contracts and other agreements to which any Assignor is a party, other than those described in Section 1.01 above (the "Excluded Contracts");

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(b) all rights of the Assignors in and to the trademarks, service marks, and any applications, registrations and renewals therefor, and all the goodwill associated therewith, licensed by any Assignor and (x) which are subject to the Mutual Confidentiality Agreement ("Mutual Confidentiality Agreement"), dated March 19, 1993, between CFLP and Market Data Corporation
("MDC") or (y) which are listed (by country and trademark) on Schedule 1.02(b) hereto (collectively, the "Excluded Marks");

(c) all rights of the Assignors in, to or under, as applicable, the (x) MDC Mortgage-Backed Securities Broker System, MDC Odd Lots Broker System, MDC Options System, MDC OTR Broker System and MDC Buyside Terminal System (collectively, the "MDC Broker System"), including all documentation relating thereto and all source and object codes relating thereto and (y) Mutual Confidentiality Agreement (together, the "Excluded Software");

(d) any and all Confidential Information as defined in the Mutual Confidentiality Agreement;

(e) all rights of the Assignors in the Internet domain name "cantor.com" and in and to the Internet web site accessed via such domain name, including, but not limited to, all copyrights in all materials on such site and the software underlying such site, all trademarks, service marks, trade names and goodwill associated therewith, all proprietary computer software, programs, applications, databases, files (in whatever form or medium) and all proprietary information related thereto;

(f) all rights of the Assignors in, to and under the Data Purchase Agreement, Data Product Agency and Electronic Trading System Agreement, dated January 22, 1993, among CFLP, Reuters Limited ("Reuters") and MDC, as amended, and all other agreements between CFLP, Reuters and/or MDC or related thereto, as set forth in Schedule 1.02(f) hereto (the "Reuters Agreement");

(g) all rights of the Assignors with respect to the (x) Agreement, dated February 23, 1990, between Telerate, Inc. ("Telerate") and CFS, as amended, and (y) Master Optional Services Agreement, dated February 23, 1990, between Telerate and MDC, as amended, and all other agreements between the Assignors, Telerate and/or MDC or related thereto, as set forth in Schedule 1.02(g) hereto (the "Telerate Agreement");

(h) all right, title and interest with respect to information relating to bids, offers or trades or any other information on Financial Products (as defined in the Joint Services Agreement (as hereinafter defined)) created or received by Assignors or any of their affiliates in a brokerage capacity, including, but not limited to, information licensed, sold, transferred or permitted to be published or displayed by Assignors pursuant to the Reuters Agreement and the Telerate Agreement (the "Information");

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(i) all advertising, marketing and sales programs, advertising copy (including radio and television scripts), creative materials, production agreements, broadcasting rights, broadcasting and advertising time, space, allowances and credits and other promotional brochures, flyers, inserts and other materials used solely in connection with an Excluded Contract;

(j) Fraser et. al. U.S. Patent 5,905,974, entitled "Automated Auction Protocol Processor" (the "Fraser Patent") and all filed patent applications;

(k) any assets, properties, rights and interests relating to the Excluded Liabilities (as hereinafter defined); and

(l) all rights of the Assignors under this Agreement and the documents and instruments delivered to the Assignors pursuant to this Agreement.

Each Assignor shall bear and pay all of the costs and expenses of the assignment of its portion of the Assets, except for sales, transfer or other similar taxes, which shall be borne and paid by Assignee.

1.03. Assumption of Liabilities. Effective as of the Closing Date, Assignee will assume and agree to pay, perform and discharge, as and when due, and indemnify and hold each Assignor harmless from and against, (x) each liability listed in Schedule 1.03, (y) each obligation of each Assignor to be performed after the Closing Date with respect to the Assets and the Assigned Contracts and (z) each other liability of each Assignor thereunder (including liabilities for any breach of a representation, warranty or covenant, or for any claims for indemnification contained therein), to the extent and only to the extent that such liability is due to the actions of Assignee (or any of Assignee's affiliates, representatives or agents) after the Closing Date (collectively, the "Assumed Liabilities"). Assignee shall not assume, and shall not be obligated to pay, perform or discharge, any liability or obligation of any Assignor other than the Assumed Liabilities (whether or not related to the Assets or Business) (collectively, the "Excluded Liabilities"), and shall not be obligated for any other claim, loss or liability relating to any act, omission or breach by any Assignor with respect to the Business, the Assets or the Assigned Contracts, or for any claim, loss or liability related to the Excluded Assets or the Excluded Liabilities, all of which, the Assignors shall remain obligated to pay, perform and discharge and to indemnify and hold Assignee harmless against. Without limiting the foregoing, among other things, all liabilities arising from the matters described in the Prospectus under the caption "Legal Proceedings" shall be Excluded Liabilities except to the extent expressly assumed as provided on Schedule 1.03.

1.04. Consideration. In consideration of the Assignment, in addition to the assumption of the Assumed Liabilities as provided in Section 1.03, Assignee shall issue to each Assignor the number of Class B Shares set out opposite the name of such Assignor on Schedule 1.04 hereto, being 43,999,900 Class B Shares in the aggregate for all of the Assignors.

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1.05. The Closing.

(a) Date and Place. The closing of the transactions contemplated hereby (the "Closing") shall take place at the New York offices of the Assignors, on the 105th Floor of One World Trade Center, New York, New York 10048, on the date the Assignors so elect, which date shall be no later than the fourth business day following the date that all of the conditions to Closing provided in Articles VI and VII hereof shall have been satisfied, or at such other time and/or place and/or on such other date as the parties may mutually agree (the "Closing Date").

(b) Documents to be Delivered by the Assignors. To the extent applicable, at the Closing, each Assignor shall deliver to Assignee;

(i) a duly executed counterpart to the Joint Services Agreement (the "Joint Services Agreement") substantially in the form of Exhibit A hereto;

(ii) a duly executed counterpart of the Administrative Services Agreement (the "Administrative Services Agreement") substantially in the form of Exhibit B hereto;

(iii) a duly executed counterpart of the General Assignment, Assumption and Bill of Sale (the "Bill of Sale") substantially in the form of Exhibit C hereto;

(iv) a duly executed counterpart of the Registration Rights Agreement (the "Registration Rights Agreement") substantially in the form of Exhibit D hereto;

(v) a duly executed counterpart of the Sublease Agreement substantially in the form of Exhibit E hereto (the "Sublease Agreement" and, together with the Joint Services Agreement, the Administrative Services Agreement, the Bill of Sale and the Registration Rights Agreement, the "Additional Agreements"); and

(vi) such other duly executed documents or instruments to effect the transfer of the Assets and the other transactions contemplated hereby, and in such form, as Assignee may reasonably request.

(c) Documents to be Delivered by Assignee. At the Closing, Assignee shall execute and deliver to the Assignors:

(i) a duly executed counterpart of the Joint Services Agreement;

(ii) a duly executed counterpart of the Administrative Services Agreement;

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(iii) a duly executed counterpart of the Bill of Sale for the Assets transferred by such Assignor;

(iv) a duly executed counterpart of the Registration Rights Agreement;

(v) a duly executed counterpart of the Sublease Agreement; and

(vi) such other duly executed documents or instruments to effect the transfer of the Assets, the assumption of the Assumed Liabilities and the other transactions contemplated hereby, and in such form, as any Assignor may reasonably request.

1.06. Section 351 Transaction. Each party hereto acknowledges and agrees that the assignment of the Assets is intended to be treated for federal income tax purposes and relevant state and local tax purposes as an element of a tax-free transaction described in Section 351 of the Internal Revenue Code. No party hereto shall take, or cause or permit to be taken, any position that is inconsistent with such treatment in any tax return or filing or in any tax proceeding.

ARTICLE II

REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES OF THE ASSIGNORS

Each Assignor jointly and severally represents and warrants to Assignee as follows, except as otherwise disclosed in the disclosure schedules to this Agreement (the "Disclosure Schedules"), which Disclosure Schedules specifically reference the particular Sections hereof to which they relate:

2.01. Organization and Good Standing. Each Assignor is duly organized, validly existing and in good standing under the laws of the state of its organization and is duly qualified to do business and, except as would not singly or in the aggregate have a Material Adverse Effect, is in good standing in each jurisdiction in which the ownership, use or leasing of its assets or the conduct or nature of its business makes such qualification necessary. "Material Adverse Effect" means any event, change, changes, effect or effects that individually or in the aggregate are materially adverse to (x) the ownership, use, operation or value of the Assets, (y) the condition (financial or other) or results of operations of, or prospects for, the Business or (z) the ability to consummate the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, the Joint Services Agreement or the Administrative Services Agreement.

2.02. Authority. Each Assignor has the requisite corporate power and authority to execute and deliver this Agreement and the Additional Agreements to which it is a party, to perform its obligations hereunder and thereunder and to consummate the transactions contemplated hereby and thereby. The execution and delivery by each Assignor of this

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Agreement and the Additional Agreements to which it is a party and the consummation by each Assignor of the transactions contemplated hereby and thereby have been duly authorized by all necessary corporate, stockholder, member or partner action, and no other corporate, partner or member proceedings on the part of any Assignor or any affiliate of any Assignor, respectively, are necessary to authorize the execution and delivery by an Assignor of this Agreement or the Additional Agreements to which that Assignor is a party or to consummate the transactions contemplated hereby and thereby. This Agreement has been, and at the Closing the Additional Agreements to which each Assignor is a party will be, duly executed and delivered by each Assignor that is a party thereto and constitutes or will constitute, as applicable, legal, valid and binding obligations of each Assignor enforceable against such Assignor in accordance with their respective terms.

2.03. No Conflict; Required Filings and Consents.

(a) The execution, delivery and performance by each Assignor of this Agreement and the Additional Agreements to which it is a party do not, and the consummation of the transactions contemplated hereby and thereby will not, (i) conflict with or violate the partnership agreement, Certificate of Limited Liability Company, limited liability company operating agreement, By-Laws or similar organizational or governing document of any Assignor or any affiliate thereof, as the case may be; (ii) conflict with or violate any federal, state, local or foreign laws, rules, statutes, ordinances, regulations, judgments, settlement agreements, orders or decrees or arbitration proceedings or pronouncements (collectively "Laws") applicable to any Assignor or any affiliate thereof, the Business or the Assets or by which any Assignor or any affiliate thereof, the Business or the Assets are bound or affected; or (iii) result in any material breach of or constitute a material default (or an event that with notice or lapse of time or both would become a material default) under, or give to any other person any right of termination, amendment, acceleration or cancellation of, or result in the creation of a Lien on any of the Assets pursuant to, any note, bond, mortgage, indenture, contract, agreement, lease, license, permit, franchise or other instrument or obligation to which any Assignor or any affiliate thereof is a party or by which any Assignor or any affiliate thereof, the Business or the Assets are bound or affected.

(b) The execution, delivery and performance by each Assignor of this Agreement and the Additional Agreements to which it is a party do not and the consummation of the transactions contemplated hereby and thereby do not require any Assignors or any of its affiliates to seek, obtain or receive any consent, approval, authorization or permit from, or make any filing with or notification to, any governmental agency, authority or court or any other person, body or committee, except for any consents, approvals, any authorizations or permits as have been obtained or filings or notifications as has been made or as would not singly or in the aggregate, if not obtained or made, have a Material Adverse Effect.

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2.04. Permits; Compliance with the Law. Each Assignor is in possession of all franchises, grants, authorizations, licenses, permits, easements, variances, exemptions, consents, certificates, approvals and orders necessary for it to own and use the Assets as presently owned and used and to carry on the Business as it is now being conducted (the "Permits"), except for those Permits the failure of which to obtain or maintain would not result in a Material Adverse Effect, and no suspension, revocation, cancellation or refusal to review any of the Permits has occurred, or to the knowledge of any Assignor, is threatened or anticipated. Each of the Permits is listed on Schedule 2.04. Each Assignor has conducted and is conducting the Business, and has owned, used and operated and owns, uses and operates the Assets in compliance with, and not in violation of, (i) any Law applicable to it or by which it, the Business or the Assets is bound or affected or (ii) any of the Permits (except in either case for any such violations as, singly or in the aggregate, would not have a Material Adverse Effect).

2.05. Title to Assets. Each Assignor owns, free and clear of any Liens, and has the full right to sell, assign and convey, all of the Assets, and at the Closing will convey the Assets to Assignee, free and clear of any Liens.

2.06. Absence of Litigation. Except as would not singly or in the aggregate have a Material Adverse Effect or is disclosed in the Prospectus, there is no pending or threatened, nor has there been at any time during the twelve months preceding the date hereof any, claim, complaint, action, suit, litigation, proceeding or arbitration or, to each Assignor's knowledge, any inquiry or investigation of any kind by any state attorney general, consumer protection agency or other governmental or self-regulatory agency, or any other person or entity which seeks to enjoin, delay or restrict any of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, the Additional Agreements or which involves the Business or any of the Assets. Except as would not singly or in the aggregate have a Material Adverse Effect, none of the Assignors nor any affiliate of the Assignors are subject to any judgment, order, writ, injunction, decree or award which relates to any of the Assets or to the Business.

2.07. Contracts; No Default; Etc. Schedule 2.07 of the Disclosure Schedule lists each Assigned Contract. Correct and complete copies of each Assigned Contract, together with all amendments, supplements and other instruments (including side letters) thereto effecting a modification or waiver of the terms thereof, have been delivered to Assignee. Each Assigned Contract is valid, subsisting and, to each Assignor's knowledge, enforceable in accordance with its terms, save only that such enforceability may be affected by bankruptcy, insolvency, fraudulent conveyance, moratorium and similar laws affecting the rights of creditors generally and by general principles of equity (whether considered in a proceeding at law or in equity). Each such Assigned Contract is in full force and effect, no written notice of termination or non-renewal of any Assigned Contract has been given to any Assignor or, to the knowledge of any Assignor, is anticipated, and there is no material default (or any event known to any Assignor which, with the giving of notice or lapse of time or both, would constitute a material default) by any Assignor or, to the knowledge of any Assignor, by any other party to any

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such Assigned Contract, in the due timely payment or performance of any obligation to be performed or paid under any Assigned Contract.

2.08. Intellectual Property and Computer Assets.

(a) Except as would not singly or in the aggregate have a Material Adverse Effect, each Assignor owns all right, title and interest in, or has valid and subsisting license rights sufficient to use and to continue to use, all Intellectual Property principally used in the conduct of the Business as currently conducted by each Assignor. All Intellectual Property necessary for the conduct of the Business as described in the Prospectus (other than the intellectual property included in the Excluded Assets) is being transferred or licensed to Assignee hereunder. Except as would not singly or in the aggregate have a Material Adverse Effect, all Intellectual Property is free and clear of any and all Liens.

(b) Schedule 2.08(b) lists all of each Assignor's United States and foreign registrations and applications issued by, filed with or recorded by any governmental regulatory authority with respect to the Intellectual Property. Except as singly or in the aggregate would not have a Material Adverse Effect, all of such registrations and applications are valid and in full force and effect and all necessary actions to maintain the registrations or applications for registration of such Intellectual Property have been taken or instructions have been given that such actions be taken, and such actions will be taken as of the date of this Agreement.

(c) Except as singly or in the aggregate would not have a Material Adverse Effect, all Computer Software and Files and Computer Equipment, to each Assignor's knowledge, are "Year 2000 Compliant." For purposes of this Agreement, "Year 2000 Compliant" means that the Computer Software and Files and Computer Equipment will (A) consistently and accurately process date and time information and data with values before, during and after January 1, 2000, including but not limited to, accepting date input, providing date output, and performing calculations on dates; and (B) function accurately and in accordance with its specifications without an adverse change in performance resulting from processing time data with values before, during and after January 1, 2000.

2.09. Taxes. Each Assignor has duly and timely filed all material returns, reports or statements (including information statements) ("Tax Returns") required to have been filed with respect to all federal, state, local or foreign net or gross income, gross receipts, net proceeds, sales, use, ad valorem, transfer, value added, franchise, bank shares, withholding, payroll, employment, disability, excise, property, alternative or add-on minimum, environmental or other taxes, assessments, duties, fees, levies or other governmental charges of any nature whatsoever, together with any interest, penalties, additions to tax or additional amounts with respect thereto ("Taxes"); each such Tax Return correctly and completely reflects the income, franchise or other Tax liability and all other information required to be reported thereon; and all Taxes due and payable by each Assignor, whether or not shown on

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any Tax Return, have been paid, other than those that are the subject of a bona fide dispute and are being contested by an Assignor in appropriate proceedings. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, the representations and warranties in this Section 2.09 are limited to matters that (i) include, relate to or otherwise affect the Business or the Assets, (ii) could result in the imposition of a Lien on, or the assertion of a claim against, the Assignee, the Business or the Assets or (iii) could affect the tax position of Assignee with respect to the Business or the Assets after the Closing Date.

2.10. Undisclosed Liabilities. Except as singly or in the aggregate would not have a Material Adverse Effect, there are no claims, losses, obligations or liabilities of, relating to or affecting the Assignors or any of the Assets.

2.11. Investment Representation. Each Assignor represents, warrants and agrees that it is acquiring the Class B Shares for its own account and not with a view to the resale or distribution thereof or any interest therein, except in compliance with the registration requirements of applicable securities laws or pursuant to an exemption therefrom. Any certificates evidencing the Class B Shares may contain a legend, in customary form, to such effect.

2.12. Entire Business. The Assets, together with the services to be provided by one or more of the Assignors pursuant to the (i) Administrative Services Agreement and (ii) Joint Services Agreement, constitute all the assets, properties and rights necessary for Assignee to conduct the Business in all material respects as described in the Prospectus.

ARTICLE III

REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES OF ASSIGNEE

Assignee hereby represents and warrants to the Assignors as follows:

3.01. Organization and Good Standing. Assignee is a corporation duly organized, validly existing and in good standing under the laws of the State of Delaware. Assignee has the requisite power and authority to execute, deliver and perform this Agreement and to consummate the transactions contemplated hereby.

3.02. Authority; Binding Effect. Assignee has taken all necessary corporate actions to authorize, execute and deliver this Agreement and to perform all of its obligations under, and to consummate the transactions contemplated by, this Agreement. This Agreement has been duly and validly executed by Assignee. This Agreement constitutes the valid and binding obligation of Assignee, enforceable against Assignee in accordance with its terms, subject to the effect of reorganization, bankruptcy, insolvency, moratorium, reorganization, fraudulent conveyance and other similar laws relating to or affecting creditors' rights generally and court

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decisions with respect thereto, and subject to the application of equitable principles and the discretion of the court (regardless of whether the enforceability is considered in a proceeding in equity or at law).

ARTICLE IV

COVENANTS

4.01. Assignment of Contracts. Each Assignor will give any notices to third parties, and will use its reasonable best efforts to obtain any third party consents, that Assignee may request in connection with the transaction contemplated by this Agreement, including, but not limited to, those consents listed on Schedule 4.01. Each party to this Agreement will give notices to, make any filings with, and use its reasonable best efforts to obtain any authorizations, consents, and approvals of governments and governmental agencies in connection with, the transactions contemplated by this Agreement.

4.02. Further Assurances. Each party hereto shall execute, deliver, file and record, or cause to be executed, delivered, filed and recorded, such further agreements, instruments and other documents and take, or cause to be taken, such further actions, as the other party may reasonably request as being necessary or advisable to effect or evidence the transactions contemplated by this Agreement.

4.03. Termination of Non-Exclusive Patent License. CFLP and CFPH shall terminate and cause its affiliates to terminate before the Closing Date Section 4 of a certain Assignment and License of Patent Rights, effective as of June 16, 1999, among CFLP, CFS and CFPH, whereby CFLP and CFPH granted a non-exclusive, worldwide, non-transferable license to CFS for "CFS Patents" as that term is defined therein.

4.04. Compliance with Laws. Each party hereto agrees to comply with all applicable Laws relating to the conduct of its business(es).

4.05. Stock Issuance. Each of CFFE, CF, CFPH and CF&Co agrees to transfer all of the Consideration issued to each of them, respectively, to CFS and CFLP in such proportion between CFS and CFLP as set forth on Schedule 4.05.

ARTICLE V

INDEMNIFICATION

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5.01. Assignors' Indemnification Obligations. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Article V, each Assignor agrees, jointly and severally, to defend, indemnify and hold Assignee, its affiliates and assigns, and its respective officers, directors, agents, attorneys, employees and representatives harmless from and against any and all liabilities, losses, costs, damages, expenses, penalties, deficiencies, fines and Taxes, including, without limitation, reasonable legal and other expenses (collectively, "Damages"), directly or indirectly arising out of, resulting from or relating to:

(a) any breach of any representation, warranty, covenant, agreement or obligation of any Assignor contained in this Agreement;

(b) any Excluded Liability;

(c) the conduct of the Business, and the ownership, use and operation of the Assets, on or prior to the Closing Date;

(d) the use, operation or ownership of the Excluded Assets prior to or after the Closing including, without limitation, the Excluded Software; and

(e) (i) any claim by any employee of any Assignor not hired by Assignee with respect to his or her employment by any Assignor before or after the Closing, including any group insurance claims, workers' compensation claims or liabilities arising out of any accident, illness or other event occurring before or after the Closing and other claims with respect to pension, retirement and/or welfare benefits as they relate to such employee's services for any Assignor, and (ii) any contractual claims by any person who was an employee of any Assignor prior to the Closing and arising out of the consummation of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement.

(f) any claim for any breach by any Assignor of any covenant or obligation contained in the Agreement of Limited Partnership of Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P., as amended;

(g) any claim for any breach by any Assignor of any covenant or obligation contained in the (i) Cantor Fitzgerald Securities General Partnership Agreement, entered into September 25, 1992, by and between CFLP and Cantor Fitzgerald Incorporated, and (ii) Agreement to Admit CF Group Management, Inc. as a New Partner of Cantor Fitzgerald Securities, entered into as of July 2, 1996, by and between CFLP and CF Group Management, Inc.

5.02. Assignee's Indemnification Obligations. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Article V, Assignee agrees to defend, indemnify and hold each Assignor, its affiliates and their respective officers, directors, agents, attorneys, employees and representatives harmless from and against any and all Damages directly or indirectly arising out of, resulting from or relating to:

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(a) any breach of any representation, warranty, covenant, agreement or obligation of Assignee contained in this Agreement;

(b) any Assumed Liability (including, without limitation, any failure by Assignee to perform pursuant hereto the obligations to be performed by it after the Closing under any Assigned Contracts or the use, operation or ownership of the Assets or operation of the Business after the Closing); and

(c) any claim by any employee of Assignor hired by Assignee with respect to his or her employment by Assignee or termination of such employment after the Closing (except to the extent covered by Section 5.01 (e)(ii)), including any group insurance claims, workers' compensation claims or liabilities arising out of any accident, illness or other event occurring after the Closing and other claims with respect to pension, retirement and/or welfare benefits as they relate to such employee's services for Assignee after the Closing.

5.03. Claims for Indemnification; Defense of Indemnified Claims. For purposes of this Section, the party entitled to indemnification shall be referred to as the Indemnified Party and the party required to indemnify shall be referred to as the Indemnifying Party. In the event that the Indemnifying Party shall be obligated to the Indemnified Party pursuant to this Article V or in the event that a suit, action, investigation, claim or proceeding is begun, made or instituted as a result of which the Indemnifying Party may become obligated to the Indemnified Party hereunder, the Indemnified Party shall give prompt written notice to the Indemnifying Party of the occurrence of such event, specifying the basis for such claim or demand, and the amount or estimated amount thereof to the extent then determinable (which estimate shall not be conclusive of the final amount of such claim or demand); provided, however, that the failure to give such notice shall not constitute a waiver of the right to indemnification hereunder, except to the extent that the Indemnifying Party is actually prejudiced in a material respect thereby. The Indemnifying Party agrees to defend, contest or otherwise protect against any such suit, action, investigation, claim or proceeding at the Indemnifying Party's own cost and expense with counsel of its own choice, who shall be, however, reasonably acceptable to the Indemnified Party. The Indemnifying Party may not make any compromise or settlement without the prior written consent of the Indemnified Party (which will not be unreasonably withheld or delayed) and the Indemnified Party shall receive a full and unconditional release reasonably satisfactory to it pursuant to such compromise or settlement. The Indemnified Party shall have the right but not the obligation to participate at its own expense in the defense thereof by counsel of its own choice. If requested by the Indemnifying Party, the Indemnified Party shall (at the Indemnifying Party's expense) (i) cooperate with the Indemnifying Party and its counsel in contesting any claim or demand which the Indemnifying Party defends, (ii) provide the Indemnifying Party with reasonable access during normal business hours to its books and records to the extent that such books and records relate to the condition or operation of the Business and are requested by the Indemnifying Party to perform its indemnification obligations hereunder, and to make

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copies of such books and records, and (iii) make personnel available to assist in locating any books and records relating to the Business or whose assistance, participation or testimony is reasonably required in anticipation of, preparation for, or the prosecution and defense of, any claim subject to this Article V. In the event that the Indemnifying Party fails timely to defend, contest or otherwise protect the Indemnified Party against any such suit, action, investigation, claim or proceeding, the Indemnified Party shall have the right to defend, contest or otherwise protect the Indemnified Party against the same and may make any compromise or settlement thereof and recover the entire cost thereof from the Indemnifying Party, including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys' fees, disbursements and all amounts paid as a result of such suit, action, investigation, claim or proceeding or compromise or settlement thereof.

5.04. Payments; Non-Exclusivity. Any amounts due an Indemnified Party under this Article V shall be due and payable by the Indemnifying Party within fifteen (15) business days after (x) in the case of a claim which does not involve any third party, receipt of written demand therefor and (y) in the case of a claim which involves a third party, the final disposition of such claim or demand, provided legal and other out-of-pocket costs and expenses are reimbursed currently within fifteen (15) business days after demand therefor. The remedies conferred in this Article V are intended to be without prejudice to any other rights or remedies available at law or equity to the Indemnified Parties, now or hereafter.

ARTICLE VI

CONDITIONS TO ASSIGNEE'S OBLIGATIONS

The obligation of Assignee to consummate the transactions contemplated hereby is subject to the fulfillment at or prior to the Closing of the following conditions, any or all of which may be waived in whole or in part by Assignee to the extent permitted by applicable law:

6.01. Representations, Warranties and Covenants of the Assignors. The Assignors shall have complied in all material respects with all of their agreements and covenants contained herein (including the obligations of the Assignors to deliver the documents specified in Section 1.05) to be performed at or prior to the Closing Date, and all of the representations and warranties of the Assignors contained herein shall be true in all material respects on and as of the Closing Date with the same effect as though made on and as of the Closing Date, except to the extent that such representations and warranties were made as of a specified date and, as to such representations and warranties, the same shall continue on the Closing Date to have been true in all material respects as of the specified date.

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6.02. Other Consents and Filings. All material approvals and consents of or filings with governmental or regulatory authorities, and all material approvals and consents of any other persons (including, without limitation, all third party consents under each of the Assigned Contracts), required to permit the consummation of all of the transactions contemplated hereby shall have been obtained or made, as the case may be, to the reasonable satisfaction of Assignee; provided, however, that it shall not be a condition to Assignee's obligation to close the transactions contemplated hereby if the failure to obtain any such approvals, consents or filings would not be material to the Business or the Assets. For purposes of this Section 6.02, it is understood and agreed that the failure to obtain any of the approvals, consents and filings listed on Schedule 6.02 shall be deemed to be material to the Business or the Assets.

6.03. Absence of Litigation. No proceeding, action, suit, investigation, litigation or claim challenging the legality of, or seeking to restrain, prohibit or modify the transactions contemplated by this Agreement or the Additional Agreements shall have been instituted and not settled or otherwise terminated.

6.04. Initial Public Offering of Assignee's Class A Common Stock. The Registration Statement on Form S-1 registering shares of Assignee's Class A Common Stock, par value $.01 per share (the "Class A Common Stock"), shall have been declared effective by the Securities and Exchange Commission and Assignee shall have completed its initial public offering of its Class A Common Stock concurrently with the Closing of the transactions contemplated hereby.

6.05. No Prohibition. No law, statute, rule or regulation or injunction, order, judgment, ruling, decree or settlement of any court or administrative agency shall be in effect which prohibits Assignee from consummating the transactions contemplated hereby or operating any Asset after the Closing Date.

ARTICLE VII

CONDITIONS TO THE ASSIGNORS' OBLIGATIONS

The obligations of the Assignors to consummate the transactions contemplated hereby shall be subject to the satisfaction (or waiver by the Assignors) on or prior to the Closing Date of all of the following conditions:

7.01. Representations, Warranties and Covenants of Assignee. Assignee shall have complied in all material respects with all of its agreements and covenants contained herein (including the obligation of Assignee to deliver the documents specified in Section 1.05) to be performed at or prior to the Closing Date, and all of the representations and warranties of Assignee contained herein shall be true in all material respects on and as of the Closing Date

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with the same effect as though made on and as of the Closing Date, except to the extent that such representations and warranties were made as of a specified date and, as to such representations and warranties, the same shall continue on the Closing Date to have been true in all material respects as of the specified date.

7.02. Initial Public Offering of Assignee's Class A Common Stock. The Registration Statement on Form S-1 registering shares of Assignee's Class A Common Stock shall have been declared effective by the Securities and Exchange Commission and Assignee shall have completed its initial public offering of its Class A Common Stock concurrently with the Closing of the transactions contemplated hereby.

7.03. No Prohibition. No law, statute, rule or regulation or injunction, order, judgment, ruling, decree or settlement of any court or administrative agency shall be in effect which prohibits any Assignor from consummating the transactions contemplated hereby.

ARTICLE VIII

TERMINATION PRIOR TO CLOSING

8.01. Termination. This Agreement may be terminated at any time prior to the Closing:

(a) By the mutual written consent of Assignee and the Assignors; or

(b) By either the Assignors or Assignee in writing, without liability to the terminating party on account of such termination (provided that the terminating party is not otherwise in breach of this Agreement), if there shall have been a material breach by the other party of its representations, warranties, covenants or agreements contained herein, the non- breaching party has notified the breaching party of the breach, and the breach has continued without cure for a period of 30 days after such notice of breach.

8.02. Effect on Obligations. Termination of this Agreement pursuant to this Article shall terminate all obligations of the parties hereunder; provided, however, that termination pursuant to paragraph (b) of Section 8.01 shall not relieve any party that breached its covenants or agreements contained herein or in any related agreement from any liability to the other party hereto by reason of such breach.

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ARTICLE IX

MISCELLANEOUS

9.01. Joint and Several Liability. All obligations, covenants, agreements, promises and liabilities of the Assignors hereunder shall be joint and several obligations of all Assignors in all respects.

9.02. Successors and Assigns. This Agreement shall not be assignable by Assignee without the prior written consent of the Assignors. The terms and conditions of this Agreement shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon the respective successors and permitted assigns of the parties hereto.

9.03. Headings. The headings of the Articles, Sections and paragraphs of this Agreement are inserted for convenience only and shall not be deemed to constitute part of this Agreement or to affect the construction hereof.

9.04. Modification and Waiver. No amendment, modification, alteration or waiver of the terms or provisions of this Agreement shall be binding unless the same shall be in writing and duly executed by the parties hereto; provided, however, that each amendment, modification, alteration or waiver hereof or hereunder must be approved by a majority of the outside directors of Assignee. For purposes of this Agreement, an outside director shall mean a director who is not an employee, partner or affiliate (other than solely by reason of being an eSpeed director) of Assignee, CFLP or any of their respective affiliates. No waiver of any of the provisions of this Agreement shall be deemed to or shall constitute a waiver of any other provision hereof (whether or not similar). No delay on the part of any party in exercising any right, power of privilege hereunder shall operate as a waiver thereof.

9.05. Broker's Fees. Each party represents and warrants that no broker, finder or investment banker is entitled to any brokerage, finder's or other fee or commission in connection with the transactions contemplated hereby.

9.06. Expenses. Each Assignor and Assignee shall pay its own costs and expenses incurred in connection with the preparation and execution and delivery of this Agreement, including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, fees and expenses of financial consultants, accountants and counsel provided that Assignee shall bear the cost of any sales, transfer and similar taxes in connection with any transfer of assets pursuant to this Agreement. The obligation to pay expenses pursuant to this Section 9.06 shall not in any way limit or expand any obligation of any Assignor or Assignee to bear and pay costs and expenses relating to the actual assignment of Assets pursuant to Section 1.01.

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9.07. Notices. Any notice, request, instruction or other document to be given hereunder by either party hereto to the other party shall be in writing and delivered personally or sent by electronic facsimile transmission, cable, telegram, telex or other standard forms of written telecommunications, by overnight courier or by registered or certified mail, postage prepaid,

If to the Assignors to:

Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P.
One World Trade Center, 105th Floor
New York, NY 10048
Attention: President
Telecopier Number: 212-938-4116

With copies to:

Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P.
One World Trade Center, 105th Floor
New York, NY 10048
Attention: General Counsel
Telecopier Number: 212-938-3620

If to Assignee to:

eSpeed, Inc.
One World Trade Center, 103rd Floor
New York, NY 10048
Attention: President
Telecopier Number: 212-938-4614

or at such other address for a party as shall be specified by like notice. Any notice which is delivered personally or by a form of written telecommunications in the manner provided herein shall be deemed to have been duly given to the party to whom it is directed upon the actual receipt by such party. Any notice which is addressed and sent in the manner herein provided shall be conclusively presumed to have been duly given to the party to which it is addressed at the close of business, local time of the recipient, on the first day, if mailed by overnight courier, and otherwise on the third day, after the day it is so sent.

9.08. Governing Law. This Agreement shall be construed in accordance with and governed by the laws of the State of New York applicable to agreements made and to be performed wholly within such jurisdiction. EACH OF THE PARTIES HERETO HEREBY IRREVOCABLY AND UNCONDITIONALLY CONSENTS TO SUBMIT TO THE EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION OF THE COURTS OF THE STATE OF

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NEW YORK AND OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA IN EACH CASE LOCATED IN THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK FOR ANY LITIGATION ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THIS AGREEMENT AND THE TRANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED HEREBY (AND AGREES NOT TO COMMENCE ANY LITIGATION RELATING THERETO EXCEPT IN SUCH COURTS), AND FURTHER AGREES THAT SERVICE OF ANY PROCESS, SUMMONS, NOTICE OR DOCUMENT BY U.S. REGISTERED MAIL TO ITS RESPECTIVE ADDRESS SET FORTH IN SECTION 9.07 SHALL BE EFFECTIVE SERVICE OF PROCESS FOR ANY LITIGATION BROUGHT AGAINST IT IN ANY SUCH COURT. EACH OF THE PARTIES HERETO HEREBY IRREVOCABLY AND UNCONDITIONALLY WAIVES ANY OBJECTION TO THE LAYING OF VENUE OF ANY LITIGATION ARISING OUT OF THIS AGREEMENT OR THE TRANSACTIONS CONTEMPLATED HEREBY IN THE COURTS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK OR THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA LOCATED IN THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK, AND HEREBY FURTHER IRREVOCABLY AND UNCONDITIONALLY WAIVES AND AGREES NOT TO PLEAD OR CLAIM IN ANY SUCH COURT THAT ANY SUCH LITIGATION BROUGHT IN ANY SUCH COURT HAS BEEN BROUGHT IN AN INCONVENIENT FORUM.

9.09. Other Covenants. Subject to Section 6.02, the extent that any consents needed to assign to Assignee any of the Assets have not been obtained on or prior to the Closing Date, this Agreement shall not constitute an assignment or attempted assignment thereof if such assignment or attempted assignment would constitute a breach thereof. If any such consent shall not be obtained on or prior to the Closing Date, then (i) each of Assignee and the applicable Assignor, if required under applicable law, shall use its reasonable best efforts in good faith to obtain such consent as promptly as practicable thereafter (provided that reasonable best efforts shall not include the payment of monies to any third party) and (ii) until such consent is obtained, the parties shall use reasonable efforts in good faith to cooperate and to cause each of their respective affiliates to cooperate, in any lawful arrangement (including licensing, subleasing or subcontracting if permitted) designed to provide to Assignee the operational and economic benefits under any such Assets.

9.10. Disclosure Schedules and Exhibits; Entire Agreement. The Disclosure Schedules, and all exhibits and attachments to the Disclosure Schedules, an all exhibits to, and documents expressly incorporated into this Agreement, and any other attachments to this Agreement are hereby incorporated into this Agreement and are made a part hereof as if set out in full in this Agreement. This Agreement (and the agreements, certificates and other documents delivered hereunder), unless otherwise provided herein, supersedes all other prior agreements and understandings, both written and oral, among the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof and constitutes the entire agreement among the parties hereto with respect to the subject matter hereof.

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9.11. Survival of Representations and Warranties. All of the representations and warranties of the Assignors and Assignee contained in this Agreement shall survive the Closing (even if the damaged party knew or had reason to know of any misrepresentation or breach of warranty at the time of Closing) and continue in full force and effect for ten (10) years thereafter (subject to any applicable statutes of limitations).

9.12. Invalid Provisions. If any provision of this Agreement is held to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable, and if the rights or obligations of any party hereto under this Agreement will not be materially and adversely affected thereby, (a) such provision will be fully severable, (b) this Agreement will be construed and enforced as if such illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision had never comprised a part hereof, (c) the remaining provisions of this Agreement will remain in full force and effect and will not be affected by the illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision or by its severance herefrom and (d) in lieu of such illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision, there will be added automatically as a part of this Agreement a legal, valid and enforceable provision as similar in terms to such illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision as may be possible.

9.13. Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts, each of which shall for all purposes be deemed to be an original, and all of which shall constitute the same instrument.

[Signature Pages Follow]

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of the parties hereto has caused this Agreement to be executed on its behalf as of the date first above written.

ASSIGNORS:

CANTOR FITZGERALD, L.P.

By:

Name:


Title:

CANTOR FITZGERALD SECURITIES

By:

Name:


Title: General Partner

CANTOR FITZGERALD & CO.

By:

Name:


Title: General Partner

CFFE, LLC

By:

Name:


Title:

CANTOR FITZGERALD L.L.C.

By:

Name:


Title:

[Signature Page to Assignment and Assumption Agreement]


CFPH, LLC

By:

Name:


Title:

ASSIGNEE:

eSPEED, INC.

By:

Name:


Title:

[Signature Page to Assignment and Assumption Agreement]


EXHIBIT A
Form of Joint Services
Agreement

A-1

EXHIBIT B
Form of Administrative
Services Agreement

B-1

EXHIBIT C
Form of General
Assignment,
Assumption
and Bill of Sale

C-1

EXHIBIT D
Form of Registration Rights
Agreement

D-1

EXHIBIT E
Form of Sublease
Agreement

E-1

Schedule 1.01 - Contributed Assets

1. See Attached.

2. Prepaid Expenses

CFS Prepaid Computer Maintenance Expense $1,003,804


eSpeed, Inc.

List of Fixed Assets


     DEPTNAME                          GL YEAR  PURCH DATE  INVOICE NUMBER
Communications-LA                        1994    3-Feb-94
Systems Data Processing-LA               1994    3-Feb-94
Systems Data Processing-LA               1994   25-Mar-94
Communications-LA                        1994   19-May-94
Systems Data Processing-LA               1994   19-May-94
Systems Data Processing-LA               1994   19-May-94
Systems Data Processing-LA               1994   21-Jun-94
Communications-LA                        1994   28-Jul-94
Systems Data Processing-LA               1994   28-Jul-94
Systems Data Processing-LA               1994    8-Aug-94
Systems Data Processing-LA               1994   23-Aug-94
Systems Data Processing-LA               1994   27-Oct-94
Systems Data Processing-LA               1994   17-Nov-94
Systems Data Processing-LA               1995    1-Apr-95
Systems Data Processing-LA               1995   30-Jun-95
Systems Data Processing-LA               1996   19-Jan-96
ITD - Data Processing                    1996   26-Jan-96
Systems Data Processing-LA               1996   29-Mar-96
Systems Data Processing-LA               1996    1-May-96
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Jul-96 1996-050
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1996    1-Jul-96 1996-047
ITD Clearing-LA                          1996    1-Jul-96 196307
ITD-Dallas                               1996    1-Jul-96 191357
ITD-Sales General                        1996    1-Jul-96 M076511
LDC Options                              1996    1-Jul-96 1996-050
Systems Data Processing-LA               1996    1-Jul-96 146146
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Aug-96 1291319
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Aug-96 1996-083
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Aug-96 1996-099
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Aug-96 1996-101
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1996    1-Aug-96 1996-083
LDC Options                              1996    1-Aug-96 1996-099
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Sep-96 1291319
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Sep-96 1996-047
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Sep-96 1996-083
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Sep-96 1996-099
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Sep-96 1996-102
ITD-Sales General                        1996    1-Sep-96 123Q69204
LDC Options                              1996    1-Sep-96 1996-099
LDC Options                              1996    1-Sep-96 32056802
OTC-CONVERTIBLE -2B INV(B-21B00)         1996    1-Sep-96 NER5911
Systems Data Processing-LA               1996    1-Sep-96 NK02511
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Oct-96 1375583
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
ITD Clearing-LA                          1996    1-Nov-96 1341487
ITD Clearing-LA                          1996    1-Nov-96 1341487
ITD-Sales General                        1996    1-Nov-96 154145
ITD-Sales General                        1996    1-Nov-96 300-311347
ITD-Sales General                        1996    1-Nov-96 300-311347
ITD-Sales General                        1996    1-Nov-96 300-312254
LDC Options                              1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
LDC Options                              1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
LDC Options                              1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
LDC Options                              1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
LDC Options                              1996    1-Nov-96 154744
Sec Lending-NY                           1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Sec Lending-NY                           1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Sec Lending-NY                           1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Sec Lending-NY                           1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Dec-96 1438064
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Dec-96 1438064
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Dec-96 154744
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Dec-96 156979
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1996    1-Dec-96 156979
ISG Sales-NY                             1996    1-Dec-96 300-326499
ITD-Sales General                        1996    1-Dec-96 155366
ITD-Sales General                        1996    1-Dec-96 300-334981
ITD-Sales General                        1996    1-Dec-96 300-334981
LDC Options                              1996    1-Dec-96 1438064
LDC Options                              1996    1-Dec-96 154744
Communications-LA                        1997    1-Jan-97 PQR9711
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Jan-97 DI1667409
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1997    1-Jan-97 1996-101
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 1997    1-Jan-97 1481293
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 1997    1-Jan-97 1481293
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 1997    1-Jan-97 1481293
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 1997    1-Jan-97 300-335420
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 1997    1-Jan-97 300-336298
LDC Options                              1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
LDC Options                              1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
Sec Lending-NY                           1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
Sec Lending-NY                           1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
Systems Data Processing-LA               1997    1-Jan-97 PQR9711
Accounting LA                            1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Communications-LA                        1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Corporate LA Management                  1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Futures-Allocated                        1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Futures-CBOT Chicago                     1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Futures-CME Chicago                      1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Futures-NY Sales                         1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
ISG Sales-NY                             1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
ITD CF Parallax                          1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
ITD Clearing-LA                          1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
ITD Clearing-LA                          1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
ITD Listed Sales-LA                      1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
ITD OTC-NY                               1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
ITD Sales-LA                             1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
ITD-Boston                               1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
ITD-Chicago                              1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
ITD-Dallas                               1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
ITD-International-NY                     1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Feb-97 PBZ1711
LDC Options                              1997    1-Feb-97 1218904
LDC Options                              1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
NY OPERATONS IN L.A.(B-25I50)            1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
NY OPERATONS IN L.A.(B-25I50)            1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Office Services-LA                       1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Sec Lending-NY                           1997    1-Feb-97 1218904
Sec Lending-NY                           1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Sec Lending-NY                           1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Futures-Allocated                        1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Futures-CBOT Chicago                     1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Futures-CME Chicago                      1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Futures-NY Sales                         1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
ISG Sales-NY                             1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
ISG Sales-NY                             1997    1-Mar-97 I1643172
ISG Sales-NY                             1997    1-Mar-97 I1648250
ISG Sales-NY                             1997    1-Mar-97 I1667409
Sec Lending-NY                           1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Systems Data Processing-LA               1997    1-Apr-97 18F80148
Systems Data Processing-LA               1997    1-Apr-97 18F80148
Futures-CBOT Chicago                     1997    1-May-97 300357448
Futures-CBOT Chicago                     1997    1-May-97 300357448
ITD OTC-NY                               1997    1-May-97 2771
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 1997    1-May-97 1533194
ITD Sanfran                              1997    1-May-97 1511095
ITD Sanfran                              1997    1-May-97 1511095
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-May-97 159552
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-May-97 300332337
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-May-97 300332337
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-May-97 300334981
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-May-97 300334981
Sec Lending-NY                           1997    1-May-97 300-345918
Sec Lending-NY                           1997    1-May-97 300-345918
Sec Lending-NY                           1997    1-May-97 300-345918
Sec Lending-NY                           1997    1-May-97 777952
Systems Data Processing-LA               1997    1-May-97 18F80148
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Jul-97 300332337
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Jul-97 300334981
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Jul-97 300334981
Futures-CBOT Chicago                     1997    1-Aug-97 1597067
ITD OTC-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 160915
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 1997    1-Aug-97 1659822
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 1501941
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 1585389
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 1585389
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 161177
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 161177
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 161177
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 161177
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 161177
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 1615507
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 1615507
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 1615507
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 1615507
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 1615507
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 1615507
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 1615507
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 165362
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 1700677
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 1700677
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 1700677
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 300332337
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 43106
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 97087247
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 97087247
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 97087330
ITD-Sales General                        1997    1-Aug-97 97087459
Systems Data Processing-LA               1997    1-Aug-97 10777
Systems Data Processing-LA               1997    1-Aug-97 9651
Systems Data Processing-LA               1997    1-Aug-97 9651
Systems Data Processing-LA               1997    1-Aug-97 9651
Systems Data Processing-LA               1997    1-Aug-97 9651
Systems Data Processing-LA               1997    1-Dec-97 03678
Systems Data Processing-LA               1997    1-Dec-97 07544
Sec Lending-NY                           1998    1-Mar-98 03800
Systems Data Processing-LA               1998    1-Aug-98 24670
ITD Sales-LA                             1998    1-Oct-98 66374
ITD Sales-LA                             1998    1-Oct-98 73146
ITD Sanfran                              1998    1-Oct-98 66376
ITD Sanfran                              1998    1-Oct-98 73146
ITD-Boston                               1998    1-Oct-98 55745
ITD-Boston                               1998    1-Oct-98 73146
ITD-Chicago                              1998    1-Oct-98 66377
ITD-Chicago                              1998    1-Oct-98 73146
ITD-Dallas                               1998    1-Oct-98 66375
ITD-Dallas                               1998    1-Oct-98 73146
ITD-International-NY                     1999    1-Jan-99
Corporate LA Management                  1999    1-Feb-99 30789
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 1999    1-Feb-99 71073
ITD Sales-LA                             1999    1-Feb-99 30789
ITD Clearing-LA                          1996    1-Aug-96 209695
ITD-Sales General                        1996    1-Aug-96 M8B6111
ITD-Sales General                        1996    1-Aug-96 M8C8711
OTC-CONVERTIBLE -2B INV(B-21B00)         1996    1-Aug-96 M8B6111
OTC-CONVERTIBLE -2B INV(B-21B00)         1996    1-Aug-96 M8C8711
Systems Data Processing-LA               1996    1-Aug-96 NGW4911
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1994   21-Feb-94 I1176129
Systems-NY                               1994   25-Apr-94 263508
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1994    5-May-94 N/A
Systems-NY                               1994   20-Jun-94 282266
Systems-NY                               1994    1-Jul-94 264515
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1994    6-Jul-94 287018
Systems-NY                               1994   26-Aug-94 308505
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1994   22-Nov-94 112540
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Jan-95 412136
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Mar-95 010015-02
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Mar-95 063985
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Mar-95 113478
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Mar-95 41201317
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Mar-95 53526364
GSB -Odd Lots                            1995    1-Mar-95 41201317
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Apr-95 100059
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Apr-95 24012
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-May-95 1031520
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-May-95 AMS1995-60
GSB-Odd Lots                             1995    1-May-95 1031519
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Jun-95 13801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Jun-95 53554974
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Jun-95 AMS1995-66
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Jun-95 AMS1995-75
GSB-Odd Lots                             1995    1-Jun-95 1039783
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Jul-95 AMS1995-69
GSB-Odd Lots                             1995    1-Jul-95 131041
GSB-Odd Lots                             1995    1-Aug-95 80078
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Sep-95 1104156
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Sep-95 1105668
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Sep-95 18688
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Sep-95 AMS1995115
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Sep-95 AMS1995116
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Oct-95 172352
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Oct-95 AMS1995-134
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Oct-95 AMS1995-146
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Oct-95 AMS1995-148
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Nov-95 50901822
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Nov-95 53591346
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Nov-95 7029-50208
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Nov-95 7042-50151
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Nov-95 864079700
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Dec-95 1115510
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Dec-95 1148613
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Dec-95 1157264
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Dec-95 1164915
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Dec-95 174539
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Dec-95 50061
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Dec-95 AMS1995-143
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Dec-95 AMS1995-144
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Dec-95 AMS1995-165
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Dec-95 AMS1995-86
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1995    1-Dec-95 AMS1995-93
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Jan-96 011644-01
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Jan-96 116407
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Jan-96 138704
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Jan-96 24623A
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Mar-96 011740-01
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Mar-96 117287
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Mar-96 141171
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Apr-96 142329
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Apr-96 7157-50081
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Apr-96 A135516
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Apr-96 AMS1996-022
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-May-96 10884
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-May-96 2899
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-May-96 IN26742
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Jun-96 1150411
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Jun-96 173327
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Jul-96 1291319
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Jul-96 1291319
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Jul-96 1996-050
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Jul-96 2866
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Jul-96 2879
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Jul-96 864511701
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Jul-96 864511701
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Jul-96 864511701
GSB -Swaps                               1996    1-Jul-96 1996-050
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Aug-96 118725
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Aug-96 143011
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Aug-96 1996-083
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Aug-96 1996-099
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Aug-96 27834
GSB -Swaps                               1996    1-Aug-96 1996-099
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 139194
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 139413
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 1996-050
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 1996-099
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 2910
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 70708
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864511701
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-A
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-A
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-A
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-A
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-A
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-A
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-A
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-A
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-A
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-B
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-B
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-B
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-B
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-B
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-B
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-B
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-B
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-B
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-B
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-B
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864695501-B
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864746801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864746801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864746801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864746801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864746801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864746801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864746801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864746801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864746801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864746801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864746801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864746801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864746801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864746801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 864889401
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 869189400
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 869347400
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Sep-96 962309S
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Sep-96 123L30601
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Sep-96 123L30601
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Sep-96 123L30601
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Sep-96 123L30601
GSB-Swaps                                1996    1-Sep-96 1294618
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Oct-96 1375583
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Oct-96 864726502
GSB-Long                                 1996    1-Oct-96 1375583
GSB-Swaps                                1996    1-Oct-96 182803
                                         1996    1-Nov-96 154744
Accounting-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Accounting-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Accounting-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Accounting-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Accounting-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Accounting-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Accounting-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Accounting-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Accounting-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Accounting-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Accounting-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1435234
Accounting-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
Accounting-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
Agencies                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Agencies                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Agencies                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Agencies                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Agencies                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Agencies                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Agencies                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Agencies                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
CANTOR DIGITAL SPEED(B-AV007)            1996    1-Nov-96 1367287
Communications-NY                        1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Communications-NY                        1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Communications-NY                        1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Communications-NY                        1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Communications-NY                        1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Communications-NY                        1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Communications-NY                        1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Communications-NY                        1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
Communications-NY                        1996    1-Nov-96 8188
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
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Corporate Bonds-Junks                    1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
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Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
Corporate Bonds-Support                  1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Corporate Bonds-Support                  1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Corporate Bonds-Support                  1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Support                  1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Support                  1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
Corporate-NY                             1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Corporate-NY                             1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Corporate-NY                             1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Corporate-NY                             1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Corporate-NY                             1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Corporate-NY                             1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Corporate-NY                             1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Corporate-NY                             1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
Credit                                   1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Credit                                   1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Credit                                   1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Credit                                   1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Credit                                   1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1996    1-Nov-96 154744
Environmental (EBS)-San Francisco        1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Environmental (EBS)-San Francisco        1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Equity Screen Brokerage                  1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
Equity Screen Brokerage                  1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
Equity Screen Brokerage                  1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Equity Screen Brokerage                  1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
Equity Screen Brokerage                  1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
Equity Screen Brokerage                  1996    1-Nov-96 1441154
Equity Screen Brokerage                  1996    1-Nov-96 154744
FX Forward Mark                          1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
FX Forward Mark                          1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
FX Forward Mark                          1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
FX Forward Mark                          1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
FX Forward Mark                          1996    1-Nov-96 154744
FX Forward Yen                           1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
FX Forward Yen                           1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
FX Forward Yen                           1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
FX Forward Yen                           1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
FX Forward Yen                           1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
FX Forward Yen                           1996    1-Nov-96 154744
FX Forward Yen                           1996    1-Nov-96 SAL000109
FX Forward Yen                           1996    1-Nov-96 SAL000110
FX Options-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
FX Options-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
FX Options-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
FX Options-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
FX Options-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
FX Options-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
FX Options-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
FX Options-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1435234
FX Options-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
FX Options-NY                            1996    1-Nov-96 154744
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Nov-96 154744
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Nov-96 300-309658
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Nov-96 3188
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Nov-96 8277
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1996    1-Nov-96 8277
GSB-Bills                                1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Bills                                1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Bills                                1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Bills                                1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Bills                                1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
GSB-Bills                                1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
GSB-Bills                                1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
GSB-Bills                                1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
GSB-Bills                                1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
GSB-Bills                                1996    1-Nov-96 1435234
GSB-Bills                                1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Nov-96 1435234
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
GSB-CF Kross                             1996    1-Nov-96 154145
GSB-Intermediate                         1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Intermediate                         1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Intermediate                         1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Intermediate                         1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Intermediate                         1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Intermediate                         1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
GSB-Intermediate                         1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
GSB-Intermediate                         1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
GSB-Intermediate                         1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
GSB-Intermediate                         1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
GSB-Intermediate                         1996    1-Nov-96 1435234
GSB-Intermediate                         1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
GSB-Intermediate                         1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
GSB-Long                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Long                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Long                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Long                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Long                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Long                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
GSB-Long                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
GSB-Long                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
GSB-Long                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
GSB-Long                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
GSB-Long                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1435234
GSB-Long                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
GSB-Long                                 1996    1-Nov-96 1438056
GSB-Odd Lots                             1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
GSB-Odd Lots                             1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
GSB-Odd Lots                             1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
GSB-Odd Lots                             1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
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MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       1996    1-Nov-96 1389513
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       1996    1-Nov-96 1389838
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       1996    1-Nov-96 1392818
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MBSB-GNMA                                1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
MBSB-GNMA                                1997    1-Jan-97 DI1667409
MBSB-REGIONALS                           1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
MBSB-STRIPS                              1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
MBSB-STRIPS                              1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
MMI-NY                                   1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
MMI-NY                                   1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
MMI-NY                                   1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                         1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
Office Services-NY                       1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
Office Services-NY                       1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
Office Services-NY                       1997    1-Jan-97 A160544
Office Services-NY                       1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
Office Services-NY                       1997    1-Jan-97 DI1667409
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
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OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    1997    1-Jan-97 A160544
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    1997    1-Jan-97 A160544/A161397
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    1997    1-Jan-97 DI1667409
OTC Options-NY                           1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
OTC Options-NY                           1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
OTC Options-NY                           1997    1-Jan-97 D0914253
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1997    1-Jan-97 300-335420
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jan-97 1470210
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jan-97 1996-101
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jan-97 713288
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jan-97 7399
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jan-97 8403
Tax-NY                                   1997    1-Jan-97 1425890
                                         1997    1-Feb-97 1218904
                                         1997    1-Feb-97 1361444
                                         1997    1-Feb-97 1364606
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Accounting-NY                            1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
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Agencies                                 1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Agencies                                 1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Art-NY                                   1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Business Administration                  1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Communications-NY                        1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Communications-NY                        1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Corporate Bonds-High level Transactions  1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Corporate Bonds-New Issues\Regionals     1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Corporate Bonds-out of town              1997    1-Feb-97 1361444
Corporate Bonds-out of town              1997    1-Feb-97 1364606
Corporate Bonds-Support                  1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Support                  1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Corporate-NY                             1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Corporate-NY                             1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Credit                                   1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Credit                                   1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Feb-97 1361444
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Feb-97 1364606
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Feb-97 1375583
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Feb-97 1996-099
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Feb-97 1996-101
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Feb-97 1996-102
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Feb-97 21009
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Feb-97 21009
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Feb-97 27834
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Feb-97 A161419
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1997    1-Feb-97 1361444
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1997    1-Feb-97 1364606
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Environmental (EBS)                      1997    1-Feb-97 1996-047
Environmental (EBS)                      1997    1-Feb-97 1996-099
Environmental (EBS)                      1997    1-Feb-97 1996-101
Environmental (EBS)                      1997    1-Feb-97 AMS1996-024
Equity Screen Brokerage                  1997    1-Feb-97 1361444
Equity Screen Brokerage                  1997    1-Feb-97 1364606
Equity Screen Brokerage                  1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Equity Screen Brokerage                  1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Euro's London                            1997    1-Feb-97 1218904
FX Forward Mark                          1997    1-Feb-97 1218904
FX Forward Mark                          1997    1-Feb-97 1375583
FX Forward Mark                          1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
FX Forward Mark                          1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
FX Forward Mark                          1997    1-Feb-97 1996-083
FX Forward Yen                           1997    1-Feb-97 1218904
FX Forward Yen                           1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
FX Forward Yen                           1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
FX Forward Yen                           1997    1-Feb-97 1996-099
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   1997    1-Feb-97 1412072
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
FX Options-NY                            1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
FX Options-NY                            1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
FX Options-NY                            1997    1-Feb-97 1996-101
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-Feb-97 1218904
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-Feb-97 1361444
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-Feb-97 1364606
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-Feb-97 1375583
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-Feb-97 1996-099
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-Feb-97 1996-101
GSB-Bills                                1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
GSB-Bills                                1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
GSB-CF Kross                             1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
GSB-CF Kross                             1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
GSB-Intermediate                         1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
GSB-Intermediate                         1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
GSB-Long                                 1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
GSB-Long                                 1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
GSB-Odd Lots                             1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
GSB-Odd Lots                             1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
GSB-Proprietary Desk                     1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
GSB-Proprietary Desk                     1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
GSB-Short                                1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
GSB-Short                                1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
GSB-Spread Brokerage                     1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
GSB-Spread Brokerage                     1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
GSB-Swaps                                1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
GSB-Swaps                                1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
GSB-Volume Control                       1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
GSB-Volume Control                       1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
GSB-Zeros                                1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
GSB-Zeros                                1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Human Resources-NY                       1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Human Resources-NY                       1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
IES                                      1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
IES                                      1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
IRS-CM IR Options                        1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
IRS-CM IR Options                        1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
IRS-CM Mediums                           1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
IRS-CM Mediums                           1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
IRS-LONDON FRA                           1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
IRS-LONDON FRA                           1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Legal-NY                                 1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Legal-NY                                 1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-Feb-97 1375583
Marketing-NY                             1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
MBSB-ARMS                                1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
MBSB-CMOS                                1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
MBSB-CMOS                                1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
MBSB-GNMA                                1997    1-Feb-97 1218904
MBSB-GNMA                                1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
MBSB-GNMA                                1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
MBSB-REGIONALS                           1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
MBSB-STRIPS                              1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
MBSB-STRIPS                              1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
MMI-NY                                   1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
MMI-NY                                   1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                         1997    1-Feb-97 1996-099
Office Services-NY                       1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Office Services-NY                       1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
OTC Options-NY                           1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
OTC Options-NY                           1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Projects                                 1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Feb-97 27834
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Feb-97 711969
Tax-NY                                   1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Tax-NY                                   1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Training Dept. General                   1997    1-Feb-97 1392818
Training Dept. General                   1997    1-Feb-97 1505225
Accounting-NY                            1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Accounting-NY                            1997    1-Mar-97 I1643172
Accounting-NY                            1997    1-Mar-97 I1648250
Accounting-NY                            1997    1-Mar-97 I1667409
Agencies                                 1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Communications-NY                        1997    1-Mar-97 123B77901
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Corporate Bonds-Support                  1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Credit                                   1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Mar-97 1375583
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Mar-97 I1643172
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Mar-97 I1648250
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Mar-97 I1667409
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
Equity Screen Brokerage                  1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
FX Forward Mark                          1997    1-Mar-97 1375583
FX Forward Mark                          1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
FX Forward Yen                           1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   1997    1-Mar-97 I1643172
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   1997    1-Mar-97 I1648250
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   1997    1-Mar-97 I1667409
FX Options-NY                            1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-Mar-97 1375583
GSB-Bills                                1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
GSB-Bills                                1997    1-Mar-97 I1667409
GSB-CF Kross                             1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
GSB-CF Kross                             1997    1-Mar-97 I1643172
GSB-CF Kross                             1997    1-Mar-97 I1648250
GSB-CF Kross                             1997    1-Mar-97 I1667409
GSB-Intermediate                         1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
GSB-Intermediate                         1997    1-Mar-97 I1643172
GSB-Intermediate                         1997    1-Mar-97 I1648250
GSB-Intermediate                         1997    1-Mar-97 I1667409
GSB-Long                                 1997    1-Mar-97 1375583
GSB-Long                                 1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
GSB-Long                                 1997    1-Mar-97 I1643172
GSB-Long                                 1997    1-Mar-97 I1648250
GSB-Long                                 1997    1-Mar-97 I1667409
GSB-Odd Lots                             1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
GSB-Proprietary Desk                     1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
GSB-Short                                1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
GSB-Short                                1997    1-Mar-97 I1643172
GSB-Short                                1997    1-Mar-97 I1648250
GSB-Short                                1997    1-Mar-97 I1667409
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   1997    1-Mar-97 I1643172
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   1997    1-Mar-97 I1648250
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   1997    1-Mar-97 I1667409
GSB-Spread Brokerage                     1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
GSB-Swaps                                1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
GSB-Volume Control                       1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
GSB-Zeros                                1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
IRS-CM IR Options                        1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
IRS-CM Mediums                           1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
IRS-LONDON FRA                           1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-Mar-97 1375583
MBSB-CMOS                                1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
MBSB-GNMA                                1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
MBSB-GNMA                                1997    1-Mar-97 I1667409
MBSB-STRIPS                              1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
MMI-NY                                   1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                         1997    1-Mar-97 1375583
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    1997    1-Mar-97 I1643172
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    1997    1-Mar-97 I1648250
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    1997    1-Mar-97 I1667409
OTC Options-NY                           1997    1-Mar-97 D0914253
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1997    1-Mar-97 80250
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Mar-97 711971
Communications-NY                        1997    1-Apr-97 1
Communications-NY                        1997    1-Apr-97 2
Communications-NY                        1997    1-May-97 D44F1
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-May-97 21009
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-May-97 21009
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-May-97 21369
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-May-97 21369
Environmental (EBS)                      1997    1-May-97 1533194
Equity Screen Brokerage                  1997    1-May-97 1533194
FX Forward Yen                           1997    1-May-97 1538194
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-May-97 158664
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-May-97 21122
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-May-97 300-348949
GSB-Odd Lots                             1997    1-May-97 1533194
GSB-Swaps                                1997    1-May-97 1533194
GSB-Swaps                                1997    1-May-97 21122
Headcount all                            1997    1-May-97 1511791
Headcount all                            1997    1-May-97 1511791
Headcount all                            1997    1-May-97 159045
Headcount all                            1997    1-May-97 300332337
Headcount all                            1997    1-May-97 300332337
Headcount all                            1997    1-May-97 300332337
Headcount all                            1997    1-May-97 300334981
Headcount all                            1997    1-May-97 300334981
Headcount all                            1997    1-May-97 300334981
Headcount all                            1997    1-May-97 300334981
Headcount NY                             1997    1-May-97 1534146
Human Resources-NY                       1997    1-May-97 92968
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-May-97 1533194
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-May-97 1533194
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-May-97 1533194
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-May-97 1533194
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-May-97 1533194
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-May-97 21122
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-May-97 300-348949
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-May-97 300-356055
Project-Emerging Markets                 1997    1-May-97 1538194
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 112685
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 113808
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 113809
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 1505225
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 1511095
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 1533194
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 1538194
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 158664
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 158664
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 161328
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 21042
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 21042
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 21371
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 2198425
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-323976
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-335420
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-335420
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-335420
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-336298
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-336465
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-336465
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-339184
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-340229
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-341293
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-341293
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-342178
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-342178
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-342178
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-342481
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-342481
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-342481
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-342481
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-342519
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-344263
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-344264
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-348428
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-348949
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300-356055
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300332337
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300334981
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300334981
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 300357389
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 368590
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 6122001
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 713945
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 82130
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 864739603
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9119
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9120
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9120
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9125
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9174
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9200
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9228
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9285
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9285
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9285
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9306
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9314
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9434
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9435
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9478
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 9650
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 CEA71
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 CECC1
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 CF2D1
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 Q9H2911
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 REQ0911
Systems-NY                               1997    1-May-97 RG0111
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Jul-97 21009
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Jul-97 21009
Headcount all                            1997    1-Jul-97 1511791
Headcount all                            1997    1-Jul-97 300332337
Headcount all                            1997    1-Jul-97 300332337
Headcount all                            1997    1-Jul-97 300332337
Headcount all                            1997    1-Jul-97 300334981
Headcount all                            1997    1-Jul-97 300334981
Headcount all                            1997    1-Jul-97 300334981
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-Jul-97 1533194
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1997    1-Jul-97 300-335420
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 1505225
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 1533194
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 300-341293
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 300-342481
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 300-342481
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 300-342481
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 300-342519
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 300332337
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 300334981
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 300334981
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 82130
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 90945
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 9120
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 9120
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 9228
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Jul-97 9285
Accounting-NY                            1997    1-Aug-97 11928
Accounting-NY                            1997    1-Aug-97 11928
Accounting-NY                            1997    1-Aug-97 391253
Accounting-NY                            1997    1-Aug-97 429382
Accounting-NY                            1997    1-Aug-97 429904
Agencies                                 1997    1-Aug-97 383336
Communications-NY                        1997    1-Aug-97 10037
Communications-NY                        1997    1-Aug-97 126362
Communications-NY                        1997    1-Aug-97 300363636
Communications-NY                        1997    1-Aug-97 45072
Communications-NY                        1997    1-Aug-97 63756
Communications-NY                        1997    1-Aug-97 64072
Communications-NY                        1997    1-Aug-97 82460
Communications-NY                        1997    1-Aug-97 DE0E1
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                1997    1-Aug-97 1659822
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   1997    1-Aug-97 21667
Corporate Bonds-High level Transactions  1997    1-Aug-97 1627540
Corporate Bonds-High level Transactions  1997    1-Aug-97 21728
Corporate Bonds-High level Transactions  1997    1-Aug-97 21728
Corporate Bonds-out of town              1997    1-Aug-97 1627540
Corporate-NY                             1997    1-Aug-97 389461
Corporate-NY                             1997    1-Aug-97 389461
Corporate-NY                             1997    1-Aug-97 389461
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Aug-97 1501941
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Aug-97 1501941
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Aug-97 1501941
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Aug-97 1501941
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Aug-97 1538194
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Aug-97 1597067
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Aug-97 1627540
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Aug-97 1659822
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Aug-97 21728
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1997    1-Aug-97 21728
FX Forward Yen                           1997    1-Aug-97 1597067
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-Aug-97 1538194
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-Aug-97 1597067
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-Aug-97 21464
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-Aug-97 21728
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1997    1-Aug-97 21728
GSB-CF Kross                             1997    1-Aug-97 00450
GSB-Odd Lots                             1997    1-Aug-97 1597067
GSB-Odd Lots                             1997    1-Aug-97 1627540
GSB-Swaps                                1997    1-Aug-97 1538194
GSB-Swaps                                1997    1-Aug-97 1597067
GSB-Swaps                                1997    1-Aug-97 1627540
GSB-Swaps                                1997    1-Aug-97 1658459
GSB-Swaps                                1997    1-Aug-97 1659822
GSB-Swaps                                1997    1-Aug-97 21464
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1025172
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1506121
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1506121
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1522483
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1530681
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1530681
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1530681
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1530681
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1568467
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 161177
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 161177
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 161177
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1627540
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1641228
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1641228
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1641228
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1641228
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1641228
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1666754
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1667024
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1700640
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 1700640
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 21498
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 21498
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 21498
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 21498
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 21498
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 21498
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 21517
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 300332337
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 8222
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 A171878
Headcount all                            1997    1-Aug-97 A171878
Headcount NY                             1997    1-Aug-97 13203
Headcount NY                             1997    1-Aug-97 164610
Headcount NY                             1997    1-Aug-97 165361
Headcount NY                             1997    1-Aug-97 389461
Headcount NY                             1997    1-Aug-97 389461
Headcount NY                             1997    1-Aug-97 389461
Headcount NY                             1997    1-Aug-97 97461
Headcount UX                             1997    1-Aug-97 51697
Headcount VX                             1997    1-Aug-97 865547901
Headcount VX                             1997    1-Aug-97 865547901
IES                                      1997    1-Aug-97 97087247
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           1997    1-Aug-97 1597067
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           1997    1-Aug-97 SAL000803/B6ZER
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-Aug-97 1533194
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-Aug-97 1568467
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-Aug-97 1597067
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      1997    1-Aug-97 1659822
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                         1997    1-Aug-97 1659822
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 11688
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 11688
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 11688
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 11688
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 11688
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1538194
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1538194
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1538194
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1538194
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1538194
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1538194
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1538194
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1538194
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 158594
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 158594
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 158666
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1597067
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1597067
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 162082
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 162082
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 162082
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1627540
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1658459
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1659822
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1660760
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1660760
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1660760
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1660760
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1660760
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1660760
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1660760
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1660761
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1660761
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1660761
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1662260
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1662260
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1662260
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1662260
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1662260
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1662260
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 17183
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 1997049
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 21158
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 21239
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 21239
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 21464
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 21772
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 21780
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 300340229
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 300363636
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 401260
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 405531
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 713620
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 713729
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 714768
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Aug-97 9649
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 121182
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 1538194
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 164610
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 165362
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 165362
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 21591
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 21591
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 21612
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 21728
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 21772
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 21780
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 300352137
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 300363636
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 391164
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 392404
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 395269
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 396354
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 398061
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 39839
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 405631
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 42497
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 426711
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 45118
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 63756
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 68609
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 71311
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 71311
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 713620
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 714266
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 73975
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 8038
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 8422
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 9120
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 93116
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 9342
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 9531
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 9618
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 E0681
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 Q9H2911
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Aug-97 RB59511
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Sep-97 49929
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Sep-97 1997124
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Sep-97 21122
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Sep-97 28393
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Sep-97 45118
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Sep-97 69829
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Sep-97 74326
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Sep-97 82130
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Sep-97 9531
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Sep-97 EE911
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Sep-97 EE912
Headcount NY                             1997    1-Oct-97 300335420
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Oct-97 Q9H2911
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Oct-97 23359
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Oct-97 300347255
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Oct-97 45118
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Oct-97 82130
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Oct-97 93116
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Oct-97 9531
Headcount all                            1997    1-Nov-97 1772850
Headcount all                            1997    1-Nov-97 1772850
Headcount NY                             1997    1-Nov-97 300332337
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 122615
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 166864
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 170202
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 170202
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 170202
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 170202
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 170202
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 1787536
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 22556
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 4639
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 61802841
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 76369
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 81941
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 8787
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 8849
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 96876
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Nov-97 97515
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1997    1-Dec-97 21122
Office Services-NY                       1997    1-Dec-97 300332337
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1997    1-Dec-97 1997124
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Dec-97 49929
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1997    1-Dec-97 Q9H2911
Systems-Mercury Teledata-NY              1997    1-Dec-97 ED201
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Dec-97
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Dec-97 173481
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Dec-97 1997124
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Dec-97 22525
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Dec-97 28393
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Dec-97 69829
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Dec-97 74326
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Dec-97 9531
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Dec-97 EE911
Systems-NY                               1997    1-Dec-97 EE912
CANTOR DIGITAL SPEED(B-AV007)            1998    1-Jan-98 E302719
ITD-Sales General                        1998    1-Jan-98 007392
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              1998    1-Jan-98 100450
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jan-98 0006632
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jan-98 007392
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jan-98 007392
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jan-98 007392
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jan-98 007392
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jan-98 0185253
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jan-98 125784
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jan-98 226933
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jan-98 8935
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jan-98 A3277365
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jan-98 NYNY3246
ITD-Chicago                              1998    1-Feb-98 10702
MMI-NY                                   1998    1-Feb-98 38005
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Feb-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Feb-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Feb-98 00557
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Feb-98 1895079
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Mar-98 22478
Tax-NY                                   1998    1-Mar-98 031198
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Apr-98 01489
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Apr-98 178754
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-May-98 98116
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jun-98 DT404848
Canadians Coupons-Toronto                1998    1-Jul-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Jul-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Jul-98
GSB-Odd Lots                             1998    1-Jul-98
GSB-Swaps                                1998    1-Jul-98
GSB-Swaps                                1998    1-Jul-98
GSB-Swaps                                1998    1-Jul-98
MBSB-GNMA                                1998    1-Jul-98
MBSB-GNMA                                1998    1-Jul-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Jul-98
                                         1998    1-Aug-98
Canadians Coupons-Toronto                1998    1-Aug-98
CONNECTICUT SALES GENERAL                1998    1-Aug-98
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1998    1-Aug-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Aug-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Aug-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Aug-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Aug-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Aug-98
GSB-CF Kross                             1998    1-Aug-98
GSB-CF Kross                             1998    1-Aug-98 131714
GSB-CURVE(B-63CUR)                       1998    1-Aug-98
GSB-Odd Lots                             1998    1-Aug-98
GSB-Swaps                                1998    1-Aug-98
GSB-Swaps                                1998    1-Aug-98
Headcount all                            1998    1-Aug-98
IRS-CM Mediums                           1998    1-Aug-98
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           1998    1-Aug-98
LDC Options                              1998    1-Aug-98
Munis NY PR                              1998    1-Aug-98 185197
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Aug-98
                                         1998    1-Sep-98
                                         1998    1-Sep-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Sep-98
CONNECTICUT SALES GENERAL                1998    1-Sep-98
CONNECTICUT SALES GENERAL                1998    1-Sep-98
EM SUPPORT(B-EM350)                      1998    1-Sep-98
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1998    1-Sep-98
Equities Development                     1998    1-Sep-98 45158
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   1998    1-Sep-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Sep-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Sep-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Sep-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Sep-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Sep-98
GSB-CF Kross                             1998    1-Sep-98
GSB-CF Kross                             1998    1-Sep-98
GSB-CF Kross                             1998    1-Sep-98
GSB-CF Kross                             1998    1-Sep-98
GSB-CF Kross                             1998    1-Sep-98
GSB-CF Kross                             1998    1-Sep-98 3151212
GSB-Swaps                                1998    1-Sep-98
GSB-Swaps                                1998    1-Sep-98
GSB-Swaps                                1998    1-Sep-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Sep-98 163056
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Sep-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Sep-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Sep-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Sep-98 10169
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Sep-98 3035489
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Sep-98 3039720
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Sep-98 IL257223
Project-Emerging Markets                 1998    1-Sep-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Sep-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Sep-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Sep-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Sep-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Sep-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Sep-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Sep-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Sep-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Sep-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Sep-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Sep-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Sep-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Sep-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Sep-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Sep-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Sep-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Sep-98
Tokyo-Back Office                        1998    1-Sep-98
Tokyo-Back Office                        1998    1-Sep-98
                                         1998    1-Oct-98
                                         1998    1-Oct-98
                                         1998    1-Oct-98
                                         1998    1-Oct-98
103 PROJECT(B-AZ600)                     1998    1-Oct-98
Architecture                             1998    1-Oct-98
CDS                                      1998    1-Oct-98
CDS                                      1998    1-Oct-98
CDS                                      1998    1-Oct-98 3216010
CDS                                      1998    1-Oct-98 3237293
Central Development                      1998    1-Oct-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Oct-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Oct-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Oct-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Oct-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Oct-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Oct-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Oct-98 44315A-IN
Communications-NY                        1998    1-Oct-98
EM South african Gilts                   1998    1-Oct-98
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1998    1-Oct-98
FCM DESK                                 1998    1-Oct-98 352143
Fixed Income Development                 1998    1-Oct-98
Fixed Income Development                 1998    1-Oct-98
Fixed Income Development                 1998    1-Oct-98
Fixed Income Development                 1998    1-Oct-98
Fixed Income Development                 1998    1-Oct-98
Fixed Income Development                 1998    1-Oct-98
Fixed Income Development                 1998    1-Oct-98
Fixed Income Development                 1998    1-Oct-98
Futures-CME Chicago                      1998    1-Oct-98
Futures-CME Chicago                      1998    1-Oct-98
Futures-CME Chicago                      1998    1-Oct-98
Futures-CME Chicago                      1998    1-Oct-98
FX Options-NY                            1998    1-Oct-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Oct-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Oct-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Oct-98
GSB Chicago                              1998    1-Oct-98
GSB Chicago                              1998    1-Oct-98
GSB-CF Kross                             1998    1-Oct-98
GSB-CURVE(B-63CUR)                       1998    1-Oct-98
GSB-Intermediate                         1998    1-Oct-98
GSB-Odd Lots                             1998    1-Oct-98
GSB-Proprietary Desk                     1998    1-Oct-98
GSB-Swaps                                1998    1-Oct-98
GSB-Swaps                                1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98 163057
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98 163392
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98 60771
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98 73165
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Oct-98 82326
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           1998    1-Oct-98
ITD Sales-LA                             1998    1-Oct-98
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      1998    1-Oct-98
Power                                    1998    1-Oct-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Oct-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Oct-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Oct-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Oct-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Oct-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Oct-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Oct-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Oct-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Oct-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Oct-98 182154211
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Oct-98 187460647
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Oct-98 187460936
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Oct-98 1998-092
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Oct-98 3229438
Systems Administration                   1998    1-Oct-98
Systems Administration                   1998    1-Oct-98
Systems Administration                   1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-Mercury Teledata-NY              1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-Mercury Teledata-NY              1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Oct-98
                                         1998    1-Nov-98
                                         1998    1-Nov-98
                                         1998    1-Nov-98
Architecture                             1998    1-Nov-98 133664
CDS                                      1998    1-Nov-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Nov-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Nov-98
Communications-NY                        1998    1-Nov-98
EM ADR                                   1998    1-Nov-98
Fixed Income Development                 1998    1-Nov-98
Futures-CME Chicago                      1998    1-Nov-98
Futures-CME Chicago                      1998    1-Nov-98
Futures-CME Chicago                      1998    1-Nov-98
FX Forward Yen                           1998    1-Nov-98
FX Options-NY                            1998    1-Nov-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Nov-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Nov-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Nov-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Nov-98
GSB Chicago                              1998    1-Nov-98
GSB Chicago                              1998    1-Nov-98
GSB Chicago                              1998    1-Nov-98
GSB Chicago                              1998    1-Nov-98 3231750
GSB-Bills                                1998    1-Nov-98
GSB-CF Kross                             1998    1-Nov-98
GSB-Proprietary Desk                     1998    1-Nov-98
GSB-Proprietary Desk                     1998    1-Nov-98
GSB-Proprietary Desk                     1998    1-Nov-98
GSB-Swaps                                1998    1-Nov-98
GSB-Swaps                                1998    1-Nov-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98 11030
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98 18861
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98 20162
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98 32897
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98 77594
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Nov-98 IL275750
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           1998    1-Nov-98
ITD Sanfran                              1998    1-Nov-98
ITD-Chicago                              1998    1-Nov-98
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1998    1-Nov-98
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       1998    1-Nov-98
MMI-NY                                   1998    1-Nov-98
Project-Emerging Markets                 1998    1-Nov-98
Sec Lending-NY                           1998    1-Nov-98
Sec Lending-NY                           1998    1-Nov-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Nov-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Nov-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Nov-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Nov-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Nov-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Nov-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Nov-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Nov-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Nov-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Nov-98 98401
Systems Data Processing-LA               1998    1-Nov-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Nov-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Nov-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Nov-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Nov-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Nov-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Nov-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Nov-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Nov-98
Tokyo-Back Office                        1998    1-Nov-98
                                         1998    1-Dec-98
                                         1998    1-Dec-98
                                         1998    1-Dec-98
                                         1998    1-Dec-98
                                         1998    1-Dec-98
                                         1998    1-Dec-98
103 PROJECT(B-AZ600)                     1998    1-Dec-98
103 PROJECT(B-AZ600)                     1998    1-Dec-98
Accounting-NY                            1998    1-Dec-98
Accounting-NY                            1998    1-Dec-98
Agencies                                 1998    1-Dec-98
CDS                                      1998    1-Dec-98
CDS                                      1998    1-Dec-98
CDS                                      1998    1-Dec-98
CDS                                      1998    1-Dec-98 22117
Central Development                      1998    1-Dec-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Dec-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Dec-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Dec-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Dec-98
Central Development                      1998    1-Dec-98
Communications-NY                        1998    1-Dec-98
CONNECTICUT SALES GENERAL                1998    1-Dec-98
Corporate Bonds-Support                  1998    1-Dec-98
Corporate Bonds-Support                  1998    1-Dec-98
Corporate-NY                             1998    1-Dec-98
EM ADR                                   1998    1-Dec-98
EM SUPPORT(B-EM350)                      1998    1-Dec-98
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1998    1-Dec-98
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             1998    1-Dec-98
Emerging Markets-Mexican Desk            1998    1-Dec-98
Fixed Income Development                 1998    1-Dec-98
Fixed Income Development                 1998    1-Dec-98
FX Options-NY                            1998    1-Dec-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Dec-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Dec-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Dec-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Dec-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Dec-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Dec-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Dec-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Dec-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Dec-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Dec-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Dec-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Dec-98
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               1998    1-Dec-98
GSB Chicago                              1998    1-Dec-98
GSB-CF Kross                             1998    1-Dec-98
GSB-CF Kross                             1998    1-Dec-98
GSB-Proprietary Desk                     1998    1-Dec-98
GSB-Swaps                                1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98 198798290
Infrastructure                           1998    1-Dec-98 20245
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 1998    1-Dec-98
ITD Sales-LA                             1998    1-Dec-98
ITD Sanfran                              1998    1-Dec-98
ITD-Boston                               1998    1-Dec-98
ITD-Chicago                              1998    1-Dec-98
ITD-Sales General                        1998    1-Dec-98
LDC Options                              1998    1-Dec-98
MBSB-GNMA                                1998    1-Dec-98
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      1998    1-Dec-98
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                         1998    1-Dec-98
Power                                    1998    1-Dec-98
Power                                    1998    1-Dec-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98 013680
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98 194193751
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1998    1-Dec-98 194194262
Systems-Mercury Teledata-NY              1998    1-Dec-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Dec-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Dec-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Dec-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Dec-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Dec-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Dec-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Dec-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Dec-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Dec-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Dec-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Dec-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Dec-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Dec-98
Systems-NY                               1998    1-Dec-98
Tokyo-Back Office                        1998    1-Dec-98
Tokyo-Back Office                        1998    1-Dec-98
Accounting-NY                            1999    1-Jan-99 000060
Architecture                             1999    1-Jan-99 2077
Architecture                             1999    1-Jan-99 43388
Architecture                             1999    1-Jan-99 8064728
Architecture                             1999    1-Jan-99 INV0027515
Central Development                      1999    1-Jan-99 CH01059912
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Jan-99 135284
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Jan-99 3345258
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Jan-99 3345519
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Jan-99 3345519
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Jan-99 3351264
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Jan-99 3351264
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Jan-99 3351264
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Jan-99 3351264
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Jan-99 50278
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Jan-99 73019119
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Jan-99 MNT-013532
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1999    1-Jan-99 98488
Accounting-NY                            1999    1-Feb-99 65798
Fixed Income Development                 1999    1-Feb-99 65783
GSB Chicago                              1999    1-Feb-99 3356671
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Feb-99 00016262
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Feb-99 3344630
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Feb-99 3353433
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Feb-99 3356671
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Feb-99 3361115
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Feb-99 3375461
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Feb-99 3378258
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Feb-99 3385043
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Feb-99 339706
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Feb-99 81278
Infrastructure                           1999    1-Feb-99 866718501
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1999    1-Feb-99 014006
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1999    1-Feb-99 135825
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1999    1-Feb-99 3369940
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1999    1-Feb-99 8136
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       1999    1-Feb-99 98563

     DEPTNAME                                                     ASSET DESCRIPTION
Communications-LA                       LAN Hardware
Systems Data Processing-LA              LAN Hardware
Systems Data Processing-LA              Server Equipment
Communications-LA                       Server Equipment
Systems Data Processing-LA              Server Equipment
Systems Data Processing-LA              Server Equipment
Systems Data Processing-LA              Server Equipment
Communications-LA                       Server Equipment
Systems Data Processing-LA              Server Equipment
Systems Data Processing-LA              PC Equipment
Systems Data Processing-LA              Server Equipment
Systems Data Processing-LA              Server Equipment
Systems Data Processing-LA              Server Equipment
Systems Data Processing-LA              LAN Hardware
Systems Data Processing-LA              PC Equipment
Systems Data Processing-LA              PC Equipment
ITD - Data Processing                   Router
Systems Data Processing-LA              PC Equipment
Systems Data Processing-LA              Server Equipment
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550
ITD Clearing-LA                         COMPAQ 2.1-GB FAST DRIVE
ITD-Dallas                              COMPAQ SMART 2/E ARRAY
ITD-Sales General                       PROSIGNA 500 32MB
LDC Options                             MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550
Systems Data Processing-LA              SUN TGX FRAME BUFFER BOARD
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 2507 ETHER (16 PARENT HUB PORTS) DUAL SER
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
LDC Options                             MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 2507 ETHER (16 PARENT HUB PORTS) DUAL SER
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
ITD-Sales General                       SEAGATE 2GB ULTRA WIDE SCSI INT HD
LDC Options                             MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
LDC Options                             IBM 4 MEG SIMM 72 PIN
OTC-CONVERTIBLE -2B INV(B-21B00)        COMPAQ 2 1 HARDDRIVE
Systems Data Processing-LA              KINGSTON 32MB UPGRADE
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 2507,SW,2 CABLES
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
ITD Clearing-LA                         CISCO 2500 SERIES IOS IP FEATURE - 27
ITD Clearing-LA                         CISCO 2516 ENET/14 HUB/DUAL ROUTER-27
ITD-Sales General                       SUN 2.1GB HARD DRIVE KIT
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ PROLIANT 5000 6/166-2S SERVER
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ SMAR SCSI-2 ARRAY CONTROLLER/P
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ 2.1GB SCSI-2 HARD DRIVE
LDC Options                             6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
LDC Options                             CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
LDC Options                             CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
LDC Options                             CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
LDC Options                             SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
Sec Lending-NY                          6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Sec Lending-NY                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Sec Lending-NY                          CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Sec Lending-NY                          CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES2511 ADD MEM
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,1GB,20" MON
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,1GB,20" MON
ISG Sales-NY                            COMPAQ 4.3GB  FAST SCSI-2 HD
ITD-Sales General                       32MB CHIPS FOR SUN SPARC 5
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ HD 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI - 11/96
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ SMAR SCSI-2 ARRAY CONTROLLER/P
LDC Options                             CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES2511 ADD MEM
LDC Options                             SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
Communications-LA                       16MB MEM
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                8 LEAD OCTAL CABLE - 8 MALE MALE DB25
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                CISCO 2511 IOS IP FEATURE SET
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                CISCO ACCESS SERVER 2511 ETHERNET/DUAL
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                SEAGATE SCSI DRIVE
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                HP DDS-2 8GB TAPEDRIVE
LDC Options                             CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
LDC Options                             QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Sec Lending-NY                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Sec Lending-NY                          QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Systems Data Processing-LA              16MB MEM
Accounting LA                           CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Communications-LA                       IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Corporate LA Management                 IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Futures-Allocated                       IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Futures-CBOT Chicago                    IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Futures-CME Chicago                     IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Futures-NY Sales                        IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
ISG Sales-NY                            IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
ITD CF Parallax                         IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
ITD Clearing-LA                         CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
ITD Clearing-LA                         IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
ITD Listed Sales-LA                     IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
ITD OTC-NY                              IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
ITD Sales-LA                            IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
ITD-Boston                              IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
ITD-Chicago                             IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
ITD-Dallas                              IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
ITD-International-NY                    IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
ITD-Sales General                       IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
ITD-Sales General                       PROSIGNIA 500 32MB, 32MB
LDC Options                             CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MODULE ,4500-M
LDC Options                             CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
NY OPERATONS IN L.A.(B-25I50)           CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
NY OPERATONS IN L.A.(B-25I50)           IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Office Services-LA                      IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Sec Lending-NY                          CISCO 2516 ETHERNET/14 HUB/DUAL SER MULTI ROUTER
Sec Lending-NY                          CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Sec Lending-NY                          IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Futures-Allocated                       QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Futures-CBOT Chicago                    QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Futures-CME Chicago                     QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Futures-NY Sales                        QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
ISG Sales-NY                            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
ISG Sales-NY                            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
ISG Sales-NY                            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
ISG Sales-NY                            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Sec Lending-NY                          QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Systems Data Processing-LA              SPARC STATION
Systems Data Processing-LA              SPARC STATION
Futures-CBOT Chicago                    COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-SCSI2 HD
Futures-CBOT Chicago                    COMPAQ SMART II SCSI ARRAY CONTROLLER FOR RAID5
ITD OTC-NY                              ULTRA SPARC 2 MODEL 170 64MB, 2GB HD SERVER
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
ITD Sanfran                             CISCO 2500 SERIES IOS FEATURE SET
ITD Sanfran                             OPTIONAL 4MB DRAM MEMORY
ITD-Sales General                       SUN 2 GB EXT HD FOR SPARC 5
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI HARD DRIVE
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ SMART SCSI-2 ARRAY CONTROLLER
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI HARD DRIVE
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ SMART SCSI-2 ARRAY CONTROLLER
Sec Lending-NY                          COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI HARD DRIVE
Sec Lending-NY                          COMPAQ PROSIGNIA MODEL 500, 2.1GB HD, 32MB, PENTIUM
Sec Lending-NY                          COMPAQ SMART2 - CONTROLLER FOR RAID5
Sec Lending-NY                          SPRINT 2 TDM 8-PORT/V.35
Systems Data Processing-LA              SPARC STATION
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI HARD DRIVE
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI HARD DRIVE
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ SMART SCSI-2 ARRAY CONTROLLER
Futures-CBOT Chicago                    CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
ITD OTC-NY                              FRAME BUFFER FOR SUN ULTRA
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
ITD-Sales General                       CISCO 2514 DUAL ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL ROUTER
ITD-Sales General                       CISCO 2500 SERIES IOS IP ONLY FEATURE SET
ITD-Sales General                       CISCO ACCESS SERVER 2511 ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL/16
ITD-Sales General                       2.1GB EXTERNAL HD
ITD-Sales General                       FRAME BUFFER FOR SUN ULTRA
ITD-Sales General                       SUN 128MB ECC SIMMS FOR SPARC 1000
ITD-Sales General                       SUN 64MB SIMM EXPANSION (2X32)
ITD-Sales General                       ULTRA ENTERPRISE 2200, (2) 200MHZ CPU,
ITD-Sales General                       16MB UPGRADE, REPLACES 4B SHARED MEMORY (TOTAL 16MB)
ITD-Sales General                       16MB UPGRADE, REPLACES 8MB MAIN MEMORY (TOTAL 16MB)
ITD-Sales General                       6 ETHERNET PORTS 10BASE-T NP MODULE
ITD-Sales General                       CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MODULE
ITD-Sales General                       CISCO 2500 SERIES IOS IP ONLY FEATURE SET
ITD-Sales General                       CISCO 4500-M MODULAR ROUTER-AC
ITD-Sales General                       CISCO 4500/4700 IOS IP FEATURE SET
ITD-Sales General                       SUN 4.2 GB EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE
ITD-Sales General                       CISCO 2500 SERIES IOS IP ONLY FEATURE SET
ITD-Sales General                       CISCO 2514 DUAL ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL ROUTER
ITD-Sales General                       OPTIONAL 8MB DRAM MEMORY
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI HARD DRIVE
ITD-Sales General                       KINGSTON 8 MEG MEMORY MODULE KTC-PENT/8
ITD-Sales General                       RAID BOX 5300 TURBO SPARE CONTROLLER
ITD-Sales General                       RAID BOX 5300 TURBO WITHMB5044, 4X MHDWR-R-44LS, 1X M4SIBR-4H
ITD-Sales General                       RAID BOX 5300 TURBO WITHMB5044, 4X MHDWR-R-44LS, 1X M4SIBR-4H
ITD-Sales General                       VOLUME MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE
Systems Data Processing-LA              KINGSTON 64MB UPGRADE KIT FOR COMPAQ PROLIANT 800
Systems Data Processing-LA              COMPAQ 2.1GB F/W HOTPLUG SCSI-2 DRIVE
Systems Data Processing-LA              COMPAQ PROLIANT 800 6/200 32MB M1 NOH
Systems Data Processing-LA              COMPAQ PROLIANT STORAGE SYSTEM
Systems Data Processing-LA              COMPAQ SMART-2/P PCI ARRAY CONTROLLER
Systems Data Processing-LA              KINGSTON 64 MB UPGRADE KIT (2 32'S)  FOR HP VECTRA VA/VL
Systems Data Processing-LA              HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Sec Lending-NY                          Compaq Proliant Server
Systems Data Processing-LA              HP PII 266MG 4.3GB 64MB
ITD Sales-LA                            COMPAQ SERVER,PROCESSOR
ITD Sales-LA                            24G EXT DAT SCSI - 4MM TAPE CART
ITD Sanfran                             COMPAQ SERVER,PROCESSOR
ITD Sanfran                             24G EXT DAT SCSI- 4MM TAPE CART
ITD-Boston                              COMPAQ SERVER,PROCESSOR
ITD-Boston                              24G EXT DAT SCSI- 4MM TAPE CART
ITD-Chicago                             COMPAQ SERVER,PROCESSOR
ITD-Chicago                             24G EXT DAT SCSI- 4MM TAPE CART
ITD-Dallas                              COMPAQ SERVER,PROCESSOR
ITD-Dallas                              24G EXT DAT SCSI- 4MM TAPE CART
ITD-International-NY                    SSL 40.2 RUNTIME SOFTWARE
Corporate LA Management                 SUN SPARC 4.2GB IMAGED HD
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                SQL SERVER V7.0 ENG
ITD Sales-LA                            SUN SPARC 4.2GB IMAGED HD
ITD Clearing-LA                         COMPAQ SCSI HD 2.1GB
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ SCSI HD 2.1GB
ITD-Sales General                       COMPAQ PROSIGNIA 500
OTC-CONVERTIBLE -2B INV(B-21B00)        COMPAQ SCSI HD 2.1GB
OTC-CONVERTIBLE -2B INV(B-21B00)        COMPAQ PROSIGNIA 500
Systems Data Processing-LA              20" SONY MULTISCAN MONITOR
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              32mb grayscale desktop, unix country kit
Systems-NY                              hardware
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              terminal server
Systems-NY                              serial port, cable
Systems-NY                              hardware
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              ROUTER, SOFTWARE, CABLE, INT SERVER
Systems-NY                              router, dram, desktop software, cable
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              112540
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              DEC VXT2000 SYSTEM
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SPARC 20 64MB
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              10BASE-T CONCENTRATOR 24 PORT
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              DECSERVER 700RJ45 16 PORT
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              40GB STORAGE
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SEAGATE BARRACUDA INT 2GB SCSI HD
GSB-Odd Lots                            40GB STORAGE
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN FAST SCSI 2/ BUFFERED ETHERNET
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN SPARC 5 MOD 70 17" COLOR MON
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 4500
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16+ 16MB SYSTEM
GSB-Odd Lots                            CISCO 2500 HUBLET
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              LIGHT SERVER SWITCH UNIT
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              RS/6000
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16+ 16MB SYSTEM
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16+ 16MB SYSTEM
GSB-Odd Lots                            CISCO 2500
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16+ 16MB SYSTEM
GSB-Odd Lots                            FAST SCSI BUFF ETHERNET
GSB-Odd Lots                            MODEL 5000 SERVER SWITCH
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2500 ROUTER
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CHANNELIZED T1
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              UDS NTID NETWORK TERM DEVICE FOR ISDN
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16+ 16MB SYSTEM
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16+ 16MB SYSTEM
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              (72)SMC ETHERNET PLUS ELITE
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16+ 16MB SYSTEM
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16+ 16MB SYSTEM
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16+ 16MB SYSTEM
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SWARE SERVER
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SMC ETHERNET PLUS ELITE
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              ACCTON EN2040 HUB
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              RCI 2 PORT SWITCH AND CABLES
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              DEC SERVER 200
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 4500-M ROUTER AND DUAL ETHERNET NETWORK PROC
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO ROUTER CABLES
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CHANNELIZED T1
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2500 ROUTER
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SMC ETHERNET PLUS ELITE
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              LANCASTER HUB
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16+ 16MB SYSTEM
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16+ 16MB SYSTEM
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16+ 16MB SYSTEM
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16+ 16MB SYSTEM
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16+ 16MB SYSTEM
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN SPARC 5 32MB MEMORY MODULE - 6/12
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              VAX 6/7/10,000 CI ADAPTER (T2080-YA,CAB KIT,BNCIA-20)
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN SPARC S5/110 32MB 1GB 17" MON.
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              LOANER FREEWAY 2000 COM-5 BOARD
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN SPARC 20 64MB MEMORY MODULE 12/95
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              2 GB HD FOR APLHA 2100
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN TGX FRAME BUFFER BOARD
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              LIGHTWAVE SERVER SWITCH UNIT
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              ETHERNET NOTEBOOK SNIFFER
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN SBUIS SCSI ETHERNET CONTROLLER
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              486-100 CHASSIS 16MG, 8 SLOT MOTHER BD/VID,SYNC IO
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN SERIAL/PARALLEL CONTROLLER
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CHANNELIZED T1
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SMC ETHERNET ELITE PLUS NIC (24/PK) 9/95
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2507 ETHER (16 PARENT HUB PORTS) DUAL SER
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SF25C10.3.7 CISCO 2500 IOS IP FEATURE SET
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              486-100 CHASSIS 16MG, 8 SLOT MOTHER BD/VID,SYNC IO
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              486-100 CHASSIS 16MG, 8 SLOT MOTHER BD/VID,SYNC IO
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              REDUND POWER CONTROLLER
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              STORAGE SHELF
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              STORAGE WORK
GSB-Swaps                               MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              STAR COUPLER W/CABINET 8 PORT
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN TGX FRAME BUFFER BOARD
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SERVER SWITCH MODEL 5000
GSB-Swaps                               MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN OS SOFTWARE PKG
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN SPARC 20/50 32MB,535HD,17" MON 12/95
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              486-100 CHASSIS 16MG, 8 SLOT MOTHER BD/VID,SYNC IO
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CLIENTPAK - 25 CLIENT CONN - PROMOTION
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              POWER SUPPLY
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              AS 4100 SMP 5/300
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              AS4100 POWER SUPPLY
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              ASVR 4100 5/300
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CI BUS CABLE
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              NAS 200-400
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              O/VMS AXP UNL
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              PCI TO CI HOST ADPT
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              PCI TO FDDI ADPT
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              PCI/FAST ETHERNET
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              AS 4100 SMP 5/300
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              AS4100 POWER SUPPLY
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              ASVR 4100 5/300
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              ASVR 4100 5/300 DISC
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CI BUS CABLE
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              FIELD INSTALL OF 7 ALPHA'S
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              FIELD INSTALL OF SW800'S
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              NAS 200-400
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              O/VMS AXP UNL
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              PCI TO CI HOST ADPT
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              PCI TO FDDI ADPT
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              PCI/FAST ETHERNET
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              4 GIG DISKS
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              8BIT I/O MODULE
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              B/U POWER SUPPLY
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CI CABLES
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CONSOLE MGR LICENSE
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              HSJ CONTROLLER SHELF
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MIRROR LICENSE (CONTROLLER)
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MULTINET LICENCES
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              POWER SUPPLIES
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              STORAGE WORKS CONTROLLER
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              STORAGEWORKS CABINET
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              TAPE LOADER
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              TAPES 7 PER PACK
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              WRITE BACK CACHE 9/96
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              POJ PERFORMANCE DATA COLLECTOR
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              DEC SERVER 700 16 LINE W/ FLASH
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              DEC SERVER 700 16 LINE W/ FLASH
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SMC ETHERNET PLUS ELITE 16 COMBO - 2/14
GSB-CF Kross                            COMPAQ 2.1GB FAST WIDE SCSI-2 HD
GSB-CF Kross                            COMPAQ PROSIGNIA 500 5/150,32MB,NO HD
GSB-CF Kross                            COMPAQ SMART-2 ARRAY CONTROLLER
GSB-CF Kross                            HP SURESTORE 5000G DAT DRIVE
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2516 ETHERNET/14 HUB/DUAL SER MULTI ROUTER
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2507,SW,2 CABLES
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              ALPHA SERVER 4100 AND VMS LICENSES
GSB-Long                                CISCO 2507,SW,2 CABLES
GSB-Swaps                               SMC ETHERNET ELITE PLUS NIC (24/PK) 9/95
                                        SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
Accounting-NY                           2-PORT FAST ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Accounting-NY                           6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Accounting-NY                           CISCO 7507/13 ROUTER SWITCH PROCESSOR
Accounting-NY                           CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
Accounting-NY                           CISCO 7513 DUAL AC POWER SUPPLY OPTION
Accounting-NY                           CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Accounting-NY                           CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Accounting-NY                           CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Accounting-NY                           CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Accounting-NY                           CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Accounting-NY                           INCREMENTAL CHRG TO UPGDE 15 CAT5000
Accounting-NY                           CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Accounting-NY                           MULTICHANNEL INTERFACE PROCESSOR T1/PRI 2PORT
Agencies                                6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Agencies                                CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
Agencies                                CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Agencies                                CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Agencies                                CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Agencies                                CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Agencies                                CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Agencies                                CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
CANTOR DIGITAL SPEED(B-AV007)           CISCO 2507,SW,2 CABLES
Communications-NY                       6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Communications-NY                       CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
Communications-NY                       CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Communications-NY                       CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Communications-NY                       CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Communications-NY                       CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Communications-NY                       CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Communications-NY                       CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Communications-NY                       IBM PC750 P166,16MB PARITY,1.2GB HD,SELECTA
Corporate Bonds-Canadians               6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Corporate Bonds-Canadians               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Canadians               CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Corporate Bonds-Canadians               CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds  6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds  CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds  CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds  CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Corporate Bonds-Industrials             6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Corporate Bonds-Industrials             CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Industrials             CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Corporate Bonds-Industrials             CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates           6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates           CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates           CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates           CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates           CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates           CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Corporate Bonds-Junks                   6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Corporate Bonds-Junks                   CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Junks                   CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Corporate Bonds-Junks                   CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Junks                   CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes          6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes          CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes          CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Corporate Bonds-Support                 6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Corporate Bonds-Support                 CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Support                 CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Corporate Bonds-Support                 CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Support                 CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret       6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret       CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret       CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret       CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Corporate-NY                            6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Corporate-NY                            CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
Corporate-NY                            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Corporate-NY                            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate-NY                            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Corporate-NY                            CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Corporate-NY                            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate-NY                            CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Credit                                  6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Credit                                  CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Credit                                  CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Credit                                  CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Credit                                  CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
Environmental (EBS)-San Francisco       CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Environmental (EBS)-San Francisco       CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Equity Screen Brokerage                 6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Equity Screen Brokerage                 CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Equity Screen Brokerage                 CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Equity Screen Brokerage                 CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Equity Screen Brokerage                 CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Equity Screen Brokerage                 CISCO 2514 ROUTER,IOS IP,2 CABLES
Equity Screen Brokerage                 SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
FX Forward Mark                         6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
FX Forward Mark                         CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
FX Forward Mark                         CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
FX Forward Mark                         CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
FX Forward Mark                         SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
FX Forward Yen                          6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
FX Forward Yen                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
FX Forward Yen                          CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
FX Forward Yen                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
FX Forward Yen                          CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
FX Forward Yen                          SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
FX Forward Yen                          CISCO LAN EQUIPMENT
FX Forward Yen                          CISCO LAN EQUIPMENT
FX Options-NY                           6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
FX Options-NY                           CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
FX Options-NY                           CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
FX Options-NY                           CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
FX Options-NY                           CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
FX Options-NY                           CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
FX Options-NY                           CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
FX Options-NY                           INCREMENTAL CHRG TO UPGDE 15 CAT5000
FX Options-NY                           CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
FX Options-NY                           SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MODIFICATION ADJUSTMENT
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              1040 SHELF
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CHASSIS 12 SLOT RACK
GSB-Bills                               2-PORT FAST ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Bills                               6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Bills                               CISCO 7507/13 ROUTER SWITCH PROCESSOR
GSB-Bills                               CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
GSB-Bills                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Bills                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Bills                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Bills                               CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
GSB-Bills                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Bills                               INCREMENTAL CHRG TO UPGDE 15 CAT5000
GSB-Bills                               CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
GSB-CF Kross                            2-PORT FAST ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-CF Kross                            6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-CF Kross                            CISCO 7507/13 ROUTER SWITCH PROCESSOR
GSB-CF Kross                            CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
GSB-CF Kross                            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-CF Kross                            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-CF Kross                            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-CF Kross                            CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
GSB-CF Kross                            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-CF Kross                            INCREMENTAL CHRG TO UPGDE 15 CAT5000
GSB-CF Kross                            CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
GSB-CF Kross                            SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,1GB HD,17" MON
GSB-Intermediate                        2-PORT FAST ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Intermediate                        6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Intermediate                        CISCO 7507/13 ROUTER SWITCH PROCESSOR
GSB-Intermediate                        CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
GSB-Intermediate                        CISCO 7513 DUAL AC POWER SUPPLY OPTION
GSB-Intermediate                        CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Intermediate                        CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Intermediate                        CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Intermediate                        CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
GSB-Intermediate                        CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Intermediate                        INCREMENTAL CHRG TO UPGDE 15 CAT5000
GSB-Intermediate                        CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
GSB-Intermediate                        MULTICHANNEL INTERFACE PROCESSOR T1/PRI 2PORT
GSB-Long                                2-PORT FAST ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Long                                6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Long                                CISCO 7507/13 ROUTER SWITCH PROCESSOR
GSB-Long                                CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
GSB-Long                                CISCO 7513 DUAL AC POWER SUPPLY OPTION
GSB-Long                                CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Long                                CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Long                                CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Long                                CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
GSB-Long                                CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Long                                INCREMENTAL CHRG TO UPGDE 15 CAT5000
GSB-Long                                CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
GSB-Long                                MULTICHANNEL INTERFACE PROCESSOR T1/PRI 2PORT
GSB-Odd Lots                            6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Odd Lots                            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Odd Lots                            CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
GSB-Odd Lots                            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Odd Lots                            CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
GSB-Short                               2-PORT FAST ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Short                               6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Short                               CISCO 7507/13 ROUTER SWITCH PROCESSOR
GSB-Short                               CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
GSB-Short                               CISCO 7513 DUAL AC POWER SUPPLY OPTION
GSB-Short                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Short                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Short                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Short                               CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
GSB-Short                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Short                               INCREMENTAL CHRG TO UPGDE 15 CAT5000
GSB-Short                               CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
GSB-Short                               MULTICHANNEL INTERFACE PROCESSOR T1/PRI 2PORT
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  2-PORT FAST ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  CISCO 7507/13 ROUTER SWITCH PROCESSOR
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  CISCO 7513 DUAL AC POWER SUPPLY OPTION
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  INCREMENTAL CHRG TO UPGDE 15 CAT5000
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  MULTICHANNEL INTERFACE PROCESSOR T1/PRI 2PORT
GSB-Spread Brokerage                    6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Spread Brokerage                    CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Spread Brokerage                    CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
GSB-Spread Brokerage                    CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
GSB-Swaps                               6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
GSB-Swaps                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Swaps                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Swaps                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Swaps                               CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
GSB-Swaps                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
GSB-Volume Control                      6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Volume Control                      CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Volume Control                      CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
GSB-Volume Control                      CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Volume Control                      CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
GSB-Zeros                               6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
GSB-Zeros                               CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
GSB-Zeros                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Zeros                               CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
GSB-Zeros                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Zeros                               CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Human Resources-NY                      6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Human Resources-NY                      CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Human Resources-NY                      CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Human Resources-NY                      CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
IES                                     6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
IES                                     CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
IES                                     CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
IES                                     CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
IRS-CM IR Options                       6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
IRS-CM IR Options                       CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
IRS-CM IR Options                       CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
IRS-CM IR Options                       CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
IRS-CM IR Options                       CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
IRS-CM Mediums                          6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
IRS-CM Mediums                          CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
IRS-CM Mediums                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
IRS-CM Mediums                          CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
IRS-CM Mediums                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
IRS-CM Mediums                          CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
IRS-CM Mediums                          SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
IRS-CM Mediums                          CISCO LAN EQUIPMENT
IRS-CM Mediums                          CISCO LAN EQUIPMENT
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          CISCO LAN EQUIPMENT
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          CISCO LAN EQUIPMENT
Legal-NY                                6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Legal-NY                                CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Legal-NY                                CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Legal-NY                                CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Legal-NY                                CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      16 MB OF MAIN MEMORY
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      16 MB UPGD
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      4500 6 PORT ETHERNET MODULE
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      8 MB OF FLASH MEMORY
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MOD 3/96
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      CISCO 4500, 4700 IOS IP FEATURE SET
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      CISCO 4500-M MOD MULTIPROT ROUTER
Marketing-NY                            6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Marketing-NY                            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Marketing-NY                            CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Marketing-NY                            CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
MBSB-ARMS                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MBSB-ARMS                               CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
MBSB-CMOS                               6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
MBSB-CMOS                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MBSB-CMOS                               CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
MBSB-CMOS                               CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
MBSB-GNMA                               2-PORT FAST ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
MBSB-GNMA                               6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
MBSB-GNMA                               CISCO 7507/13 ROUTER SWITCH PROCESSOR
MBSB-GNMA                               CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
MBSB-GNMA                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
MBSB-GNMA                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MBSB-GNMA                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
MBSB-GNMA                               CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
MBSB-GNMA                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MBSB-GNMA                               INCREMENTAL CHRG TO UPGDE 15 CAT5000
MBSB-GNMA                               CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
MBSB-GNMA                               SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
MBSB-STRIPS                             6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
MBSB-STRIPS                             CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MBSB-STRIPS                             CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
MBSB-STRIPS                             CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                      6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                      CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                      CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                      CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                      CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
MMI-NY                                  6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
MMI-NY                                  CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MMI-NY                                  CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
MMI-NY                                  CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MMI-NY                                  CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     4500 6 PORT ETHERNET MODULE
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                 4500 6 PORT ETHERNET MODULE
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                 6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                 CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                 CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                 CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            4500 6 PORT ETHERNET MODULE
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MOD 3/96
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MOD 3/96
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      4500 6 PORT ETHERNET MODULE
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MOD 3/96
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MOD 3/96
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                        4500 6 PORT ETHERNET MODULE
Office Services-NY                      2-PORT FAST ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Office Services-NY                      6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Office Services-NY                      CISCO 7507/13 ROUTER SWITCH PROCESSOR
Office Services-NY                      CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
Office Services-NY                      CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Office Services-NY                      CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Office Services-NY                      CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Office Services-NY                      CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
Office Services-NY                      CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Office Services-NY                      INCREMENTAL CHRG TO UPGDE 15 CAT5000
Office Services-NY                      CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   2-PORT FAST ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   CISCO 7507/13 ROUTER SWITCH PROCESSOR
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   CISCO 7513 13-SLOT ROUTER
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   CISCO 7513 DUAL AC POWER SUPPLY OPTION
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   INCREMENTAL CHRG TO UPGDE 15 CAT5000
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   MULTICHANNEL INTERFACE PROCESSOR T1/PRI 2PORT
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   COMPAQ FAST-WIDE SCSI-2 HD
OTC Options-NY                          6-PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
OTC Options-NY                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
OTC Options-NY                          CATALYST 5000 100BASEFX (FIBER,SC)
OTC Options-NY                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
OTC Options-NY                          CISCO 7507,ADD'L MEM,PS,EIP,SIP,SFTWR
Systems-NY                              32MB MEMORY FOR SPARC 5
Systems-NY                              12 MB RAM UPGDE
Systems-NY                              VIEWSTATION FX19Ci 19" COLOR
Systems-NY                              3COM ETHERLINK III PCI NIC (60/PK)
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" TRINITRON MONITOR
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" TRINITRON MONITOR
Systems-NY                              MATROX 2MB UPGDE FOR MILLENIUM CARD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166,16MB PARITY,1.2GB HD,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM 16MB PARITY MEMORY KIT -92G7310 9/96
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166,16MB PARITY,1.2GB HD,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166,16MB PARITY,1.2GB HD,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM 1.7GB INT HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
Systems-NY                              IBM 16MB PARITY MEMORY KIT -92G7310 9/96
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166,16MB PARITY,1.2GB HD,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166,16MB PARITY,1.2GB HD,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM 1.7GB INT HD
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
Systems-NY                              NETWORKER FOR UNIX
Systems-NY                              MOTOROLA GP-300 16 CH. UHF RADIO W/ CHARGER
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166,16MB PARITY,1.2GB HD,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              HP OPENVIEW NETWORK NODE MANAGER CLASS
Systems-NY                              1 YR EXT WARRANTY S/N 28842
Systems-NY                              1 YR EXT WARRANTY S/N 41673
Systems-NY                              1 YR EXT WARRANTY S/N 43447
                                        CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES2511 ADD MEM
                                        SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
Agencies                                CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES2511 ADD MEM
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/disc      CONTROL MODULE-RECONFIGURATION
Equity Screen Brokerage                 CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES2511 ADD MEM
Equity Screen Brokerage                 SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
Euro's London                           CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES2511 ADD MEM
FX Forward Mark                         CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES2511 ADD MEM
FX Forward Mark                         SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
FX Forward Yen                          CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES2511 ADD MEM
FX Forward Yen                          SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
FX Options-NY                           CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES2511 ADD MEM
FX Options-NY                           SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES2511 ADD MEM
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN TGX FRAME BUFFER BOARD
GSB-Odd Lots                            CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES2511 ADD MEM
IRS-CM Mediums                          CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES2511 ADD MEM
IRS-CM Mediums                          SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
MBSB-GNMA                               CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES2511 ADD MEM
MBSB-GNMA                               SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                        CISCO 2516 ROUTER,SFTWR,2 CABLES2511 ADD MEM
OTC Options-NY                          REROUTED CABLE -TN CONTROL
Systems-NY                              32MB MEMORY FOR SPARC 5
Systems-NY                              SPARC 5 2GB INT HARD DRIVE
Systems-NY                              SUN SPARC 5/110MHZ, W/17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              IOMEGA EXT SCSI JAZ DRIVE
Systems-NY                              SMART AND FRIENDLY CD ROM 2004 EXT. RECORDER
Systems-NY                              IBM 1.7GB INT HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166,16MB PARITY,1.2GB HD,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              COMPAQ 4.3GB  FAST SCSI-2 (NOT WIDE) HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166,16MB PARITY,1.2GB HD,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              TOSHIBA 420CDS, 810MB HD, 8MB RAM, 11.3" DUAL SCAN
Systems-NY                              COMPAQ 4.3GB  FAST SCSI-2 HD
Systems-NY                              COMPAQ 64MB MEMORY KIT
Systems-NY                              COMPAQ HD 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI - 11/96
Systems-NY                              COMPAQ SMAR SCSI-2 ARRAY CONTROLLER/E
Systems-NY                              HP LASERJET 5N PRINTER
Systems-NY                              COMPAQ 4.3GB  FAST SCSI-2 HD
Systems-NY                              COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI2 PLUGGABLE HARD DRIVE
Systems-NY                              COMPAQ SMAR SCSI-2 ARRAY CONTROLLER/P
Systems-NY                              BLACK GSB TRADER KEYBOARD
Systems-NY                              KINGSTON 8MB VP MEMORY
Systems-NY                              SEAGATE 630MB INT HD
Systems-NY                              KINGSTON 8MB VP MEMORY
Systems-NY                              SEAGATE 630MB INT HD
Systems-NY                              KINGSTON 8MB VP MEMORY
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 21" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              READ/WRITE PLATTERS
Systems-NY                              WORM PLATTERS
Systems-NY                              IOMEGA 1GB JAZ CARTRIDGE
Accounting-NY                           CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Accounting-NY                           CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Accounting-NY                           CATALYST 5000 REDUNDANT POWER SUPPLY
Accounting-NY                           CONNECTIVITY TOOS V2.0,  UP TO 200 ROUTERS (SUN)
Accounting-NY                           QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Accounting-NY                           QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Agencies                                CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Agencies                                CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Agencies                                QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Art-NY                                  CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Business Administration                 CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
COMMUNICATIONS (SUSPENSE)(B-BP100)      NY SERIES 2 ADD ON BILLING
Communications-NY                       CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Communications-NY                       CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Communications-NY                       QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-Canadians               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Canadians               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds  CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-High level Transaction  CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Industrials             CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Industrials             QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates           CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates           CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates           QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-Junks                   CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Corporate Bonds-Junks                   CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Junks                   QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes          QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-Support                 CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Corporate Bonds-Support                 CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Support                 QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret       CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret       QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate-NY                            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Corporate-NY                            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Corporate-NY                            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Credit                                  CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Credit                                  CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Credit                                  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Environmental (EBS)-San Francisco       CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Environmental (EBS)-San Francisco       QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Equity Screen Brokerage                 CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Equity Screen Brokerage                 CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Equity Screen Brokerage                 QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
FX Forward Mark                         CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
FX Forward Mark                         QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
FX Forward Yen                          CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
FX Forward Yen                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
FX Forward Yen                          QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
FX Options-NY                           CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
FX Options-NY                           CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
FX Options-NY                           CONNECTIVITY TOOS V2.0,  UP TO 200 ROUTERS (SUN)
FX Options-NY                           QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
FX Options-NY                           QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              DEC SERVER 700 2MB FLASH CARD
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              DEC SERVER 700 2MB FLASH CARD
GSB-Bills                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Bills                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Bills                               CONNECTIVITY TOOS V2.0,  UP TO 200 ROUTERS (SUN)
GSB-Bills                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Bills                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-CF Kross                            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-CF Kross                            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-CF Kross                            16 PORT CATALYST SWITCH W/10K AD
GSB-CF Kross                            4 PORT 10 BT MODULE
GSB-CF Kross                            CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORT)/DUAL
GSB-CF Kross                            CISCO 2516 SERIES IOS IP ONLY FEATURE SET
GSB-CF Kross                            OPTIONAL 16MB DRAM MEMORY
GSB-CF Kross                            CONNECTIVITY TOOS V2.0,  UP TO 200 ROUTERS (SUN)
GSB-CF Kross                            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-CF Kross                            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Intermediate                        CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Intermediate                        CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Intermediate                        CATALYST 5000 REDUNDANT POWER SUPPLY
GSB-Intermediate                        CONNECTIVITY TOOS V2.0,  UP TO 200 ROUTERS (SUN)
GSB-Intermediate                        STANDARD MAINT FOR CONNECTIVITY TOOLS-200-SUN (18 MOS)
GSB-Intermediate                        QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Intermediate                        QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Long                                CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Long                                CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Long                                CATALYST 5000 REDUNDANT POWER SUPPLY
GSB-Long                                CONNECTIVITY TOOS V2.0,  UP TO 200 ROUTERS (SUN)
GSB-Long                                QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Long                                QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Odd Lots                            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Odd Lots                            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Odd Lots                            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Short                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Short                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Short                               CATALYST 5000 REDUNDANT POWER SUPPLY
GSB-Short                               CONNECTIVITY TOOS V2.0,  UP TO 200 ROUTERS (SUN)
GSB-Short                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Short                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  CATALYST 5000 REDUNDANT POWER SUPPLY
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  CONNECTIVITY TOOS V2.0,  UP TO 200 ROUTERS (SUN)
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Spread Brokerage                    CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Spread Brokerage                    QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Swaps                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Swaps                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Swaps                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Swaps                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Volume Control                      CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Volume Control                      CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Volume Control                      QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Zeros                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
GSB-Zeros                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
GSB-Zeros                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Human Resources-NY                      CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Human Resources-NY                      QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
IRS-CM IR Options                       CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
IRS-CM IR Options                       CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
IRS-CM IR Options                       QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
IRS-CM Mediums                          CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
IRS-CM Mediums                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
IRS-CM Mediums                          QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Legal-NY                                CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Legal-NY                                CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Legal-NY                                QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Marketing-NY                            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Marketing-NY                            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MBSB-ARMS                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MBSB-ARMS                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MBSB-CMOS                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MBSB-CMOS                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MBSB-GNMA                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
MBSB-GNMA                               CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MBSB-GNMA                               CONNECTIVITY TOOS V2.0,  UP TO 200 ROUTERS (SUN)
MBSB-GNMA                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MBSB-GNMA                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MBSB-REGIONALS                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MBSB-STRIPS                             CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MBSB-STRIPS                             QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                      CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                      CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                      QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MMI-NY                                  CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
MMI-NY                                  CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MMI-NY                                  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                 CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                 QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                        CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Office Services-NY                      CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
Office Services-NY                      CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
Office Services-NY                      CONNECTIVITY TOOS V2.0,  UP TO 200 ROUTERS (SUN)
Office Services-NY                      QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Office Services-NY                      QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   CATALYST 5000 REDUNDANT POWER SUPPLY
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   CONNECTIVITY TOOS V2.0,  UP TO 200 ROUTERS (SUN)
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   STANDARD MAINT FOR CONNECTIVITY TOOLS-200-SUN (18 MOS)
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
OTC Options-NY                          CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE)
OTC Options-NY                          CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
OTC Options-NY                          QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
Systems-NY                              16 PORT,6K-ADDRESS,SNMP,VLAN
Systems-NY                              MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
Systems-NY                              10" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
Systems-NY                              MOTOROLA GP-350 16 CH. UHF RADIO W/ CHARGER
Systems-NY                              128MB MEMORY FOR ALPHA 2100
Tax-NY                                  CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MOD
                                        CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MODULE ,4500-M
                                        CISCO 4700,4MB,16MB,IP FEAT.,6PORT,MAINT.
                                        CISCO 4700,4MB,16MB,IP FEAT.,6PORT,MAINT.
Accounting-NY                           CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Accounting-NY                           IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Agencies                                CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MODULE ,4500-M
Agencies                                CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Agencies                                IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Art-NY                                  CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Business Administration                 CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Communications-NY                       CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Communications-NY                       IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Corporate Bonds-Canadians               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Corporate Bonds-Canadians               IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds  CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds  IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Corporate Bonds-High level Transaction  CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Corporate Bonds-Industrials             CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Corporate Bonds-Industrials             IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates           CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates           IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Corporate Bonds-Junks                   CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Corporate Bonds-Junks                   IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes          CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes          IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Corporate Bonds-New Issues\Regionals    CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Corporate Bonds-out of town             CISCO 4700,4MB,16MB,IP FEAT.,6PORT,MAINT.
Corporate Bonds-out of town             CISCO 4700,4MB,16MB,IP FEAT.,6PORT,MAINT.
Corporate Bonds-Support                 CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Corporate Bonds-Support                 IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret       CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret       IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Corporate-NY                            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Corporate-NY                            IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Credit                                  CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Credit                                  IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 4700,4MB,16MB,IP FEAT.,6PORT,MAINT.
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 4700,4MB,16MB,IP FEAT.,6PORT,MAINT.
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 2507,SW,2 CABLES
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            LINK BUILDER II  12 PORT HUB
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            LINK BUILDER II  SNMP MODULE
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            SERVER SWITCH MODEL 5000
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            PENTIUM DISTRIBUTED SNIFFER FOR ETHERNET
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             CISCO 4700,4MB,16MB,IP FEAT.,6PORT,MAINT.
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             CISCO 4700,4MB,16MB,IP FEAT.,6PORT,MAINT.
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Environmental (EBS)                     MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550
Environmental (EBS)                     MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
Environmental (EBS)                     MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
Environmental (EBS)                     MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550
Equity Screen Brokerage                 CISCO 4700,4MB,16MB,IP FEAT.,6PORT,MAINT.
Equity Screen Brokerage                 CISCO 4700,4MB,16MB,IP FEAT.,6PORT,MAINT.
Equity Screen Brokerage                 CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Equity Screen Brokerage                 IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Euro's London                           CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MODULE ,4500-M
FX Forward Mark                         CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MODULE ,4500-M
FX Forward Mark                         CISCO 2507,SW,2 CABLES
FX Forward Mark                         CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
FX Forward Mark                         IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
FX Forward Mark                         MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
FX Forward Yen                          CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MODULE ,4500-M
FX Forward Yen                          CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
FX Forward Yen                          IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
FX Forward Yen                          MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
FX Options-Exotic - NY                  CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
FX Options-Exotic - NY                  CWSIMGMT BUNDLE, SUNOS
FX Options-Exotic - NY                  IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
FX Options-NY                           CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
FX Options-NY                           IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
FX Options-NY                           MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MODULE ,4500-M
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 4700,4MB,16MB,IP FEAT.,6PORT,MAINT.
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 4700,4MB,16MB,IP FEAT.,6PORT,MAINT.
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2507,SW,2 CABLES
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
GSB-Bills                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
GSB-Bills                               IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
GSB-CF Kross                            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
GSB-CF Kross                            IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
GSB-Intermediate                        CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
GSB-Intermediate                        IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
GSB-Long                                CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
GSB-Long                                IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
GSB-Odd Lots                            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
GSB-Odd Lots                            IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
GSB-Proprietary Desk                    CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
GSB-Proprietary Desk                    IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
GSB-Short                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
GSB-Short                               IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
GSB-Spread Brokerage                    CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
GSB-Spread Brokerage                    IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
GSB-Swaps                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
GSB-Swaps                               IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
GSB-Volume Control                      CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
GSB-Volume Control                      IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
GSB-Zeros                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
GSB-Zeros                               IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Human Resources-NY                      CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Human Resources-NY                      IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
IES                                     CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
IES                                     IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
IRS-CM IR Options                       CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
IRS-CM IR Options                       IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
IRS-CM Mediums                          CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
IRS-CM Mediums                          IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
IRS-LONDON FRA                          CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
IRS-LONDON FRA                          IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Legal-NY                                CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Legal-NY                                IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      CISCO 2507,SW,2 CABLES
Marketing-NY                            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
MBSB-ARMS                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
MBSB-CMOS                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
MBSB-CMOS                               IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
MBSB-GNMA                               CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MODULE ,4500-M
MBSB-GNMA                               CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
MBSB-GNMA                               IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
MBSB-REGIONALS                          CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
MBSB-STRIPS                             CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
MBSB-STRIPS                             IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                      CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                      IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
MMI-NY                                  CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
MMI-NY                                  IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                 CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                 IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                        MS/16 W/16MB,340 IBM HD,3.5 FD,KYBD W/UART 16550 5/96
Office Services-NY                      CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Office Services-NY                      IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
OTC Options-NY                          CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
OTC Options-NY                          IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Projects                                CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Systems-NY                              SERVER SWITCH MODEL 5000
Systems-NY                              9" EVM942 DUAL SCREEN WHITE COMPOSITE VIDEO MON
Tax-NY                                  CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Tax-NY                                  IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Training Dept. General                  CATALYST 5000 (CHASSIS,SUPERVISOR ENGINE) POEER,LIC,UPGRD
Training Dept. General                  IGX  EQUIPMENT CISCO 1505225
Accounting-NY                           QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Accounting-NY                           QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Accounting-NY                           QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Accounting-NY                           QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Agencies                                QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Communications-NY                       IBM PC750 P100 16MB 540HD SELECTA 2/96
Corporate Bonds-Canadians               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-Industrials             QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates           QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-Junks                   QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes          QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-Support                 QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret       QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Credit                                  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 2507,SW,2 CABLES
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds             QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
Equity Screen Brokerage                 QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
FX Forward Mark                         CISCO 2507,SW,2 CABLES
FX Forward Mark                         QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
FX Forward Yen                          QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
FX Options-Exotic - NY                  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
FX Options-Exotic - NY                  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
FX Options-Exotic - NY                  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
FX Options-Exotic - NY                  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
FX Options-NY                           QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2507,SW,2 CABLES
GSB-Bills                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Bills                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-CF Kross                            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-CF Kross                            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-CF Kross                            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-CF Kross                            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Intermediate                        QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Intermediate                        QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Intermediate                        QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Intermediate                        QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Long                                CISCO 2507,SW,2 CABLES
GSB-Long                                QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Long                                QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Long                                QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Long                                QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Odd Lots                            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Proprietary Desk                    QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Short                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Short                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Short                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Short                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Short/Intermediate                  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Spread Brokerage                    QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Swaps                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Volume Control                      QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
GSB-Zeros                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
IRS-CM IR Options                       QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
IRS-CM Mediums                          QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
IRS-LONDON FRA                          QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      CISCO 2507,SW,2 CABLES
MBSB-CMOS                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MBSB-GNMA                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MBSB-GNMA                               QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MBSB-STRIPS                             QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                      QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MMI-NY                                  QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                 QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY            QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY      QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                        CISCO 2507,SW,2 CABLES
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                   QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
OTC Options-NY                          QUOTE - NYMETRO12409A SPARC5000 ULTRA QUAD CPU
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      POWER CORDS
Systems-NY                              10" ELECTROHOME MONITOR - SPEC
Communications-NY                       SOFTWARE LICENSES-WINDOWS FACILITEIS PRODUCTS
Communications-NY                       SOFTWARE LICENSES-WINDOWS FACILITEIS PRODUCTS
Communications-NY                       IBM PC750, PENT-166, 16MB, 1.6GB EIDE HD, 6X CD-ROM
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            LINK BUILDER II SNMP MODULE
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            LINKBUILDER II 12 PORT HUB
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            3COM LINKBUILDER II FMS HUB WITH 24 PORTS
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            3COM SNMP MANAGEMENT MODULE
Environmental (EBS)                     CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Equity Screen Brokerage                 CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
FX Forward Yen                          CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN TGX FRAME BUFFER BOARD
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MOTOROLA NT1
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
GSB-Odd Lots                            CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB-Swaps                               MOTOROLA NT1
Headcount all                           BACK CARD / E1 (BC-E1)
Headcount all                           BACK CARD / T1 (BC-T1)
Headcount all                           SUN 2.1GB INT HD FOR A SPARC20
Headcount all                           COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-SCSI2 HD
Headcount all                           COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI HARD DRIVE
Headcount all                           COMPAQ SMART SCSI-2 ARRAY CONTROLLER
Headcount all                           COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-SCSI2 HD
Headcount all                           COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI HARD DRIVE
Headcount all                           COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI-2 PLUGGABLE HARD DRIVE
Headcount all                           COMPAQ SMART SCSI-2 ARRAY CONTROLLER
Headcount NY                            IGX PROJECT NY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
Human Resources-NY                      KINGSTON 4MB 30PIN PARITY SIMM (GATEWAY 2000 483/33C)
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MODULE
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      CISCO 2500 SERIES IOS FEATURE SET
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      CISCO 4000 SERIES IOS IP FEATURE SET
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      V.35 CABLE, DTE, MALE, 10 FEET
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      MOTOROLA NT1
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
Project-Emerging Markets                CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P133,16MB,1GB HD, SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166,16MB,1GB HD,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166,16MB,1GB HD,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IGX 16, 16 SLOT, RACKMOUNT, NPM-16, SCM
Systems-NY                              CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Systems-NY                              CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Systems-NY                              CISCO 4500-M MODULAR ROUTER-AC
Systems-NY                              SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,1GB,20" MON
Systems-NY                              SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
Systems-NY                              SPARC 5 4GB SCSI HD
Systems-NY                              3COM LINKBUILDER II FMS HUB WITH 24 PORTS
Systems-NY                              3COM SNMP MANAGEMENT MODULE
Systems-NY                              ADTRAN EXPRESS XRT ISDN MODEM
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166, 16MB PARITY, 1.2GB HD, SELECTA
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" TRINITRON MONITOR
Systems-NY                              HP LASERJET 5N PRINTER
Systems-NY                              IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
Systems-NY                              SEAGATE 2.1GB SCSI HARD DRIVE
Systems-NY                              HP DDS-2 8GB TAPEDRIVE
Systems-NY                              IBM 16MB PARITY MEMORY KIT
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-SCSI2 HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
Systems-NY                              HP LASERJET 5N PRINTER
Systems-NY                              IBM THINKPAD LAPTOP 365X P120
Systems-NY                              COMPAQ PROSIGNIA 500/150 MDL -1
Systems-NY                              HP SURESTORE 6000E
Systems-NY                              SONY 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              HP LASERJET 5N PRINTER
Systems-NY                              IBM 14" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 21" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              USR 28.8 EXT. MODEM
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
Systems-NY                              COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI HARD DRIVE
Systems-NY                              IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
Systems-NY                              IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
Systems-NY                              IBM 16MB PARITY MEMORY KIT
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              SEAGATE 2.5GB EIDE HARD DRIVE
Systems-NY                              HP LASERJET 5N PRINTER
Systems-NY                              HP LASERJET 5N PRINTER
Systems-NY                              80KVA POWERWARE PLUS80 UPS
Systems-NY                              12" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
Systems-NY                              PRO-VIDEO 9" B&W MONITOR
Systems-NY                              16MB OPTION
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 1.6GB EIDE HD, 6X CD ROM, 4MB MTX
Systems-NY                              32MB 168-PIN PARITY DIMM GOLD 5V 60NS
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 1.6GB EIDE HD, 6X CD ROM, 4MB MTX
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 1.6GB EIDE HD, 6X CD ROM, 4MB MTX
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 1.6GB EIDE HD, 6X CD ROM, 4MB MTX
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 1.6GB EIDE HD, 6X CD ROM, 4MB MTX
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              32MB 168-PIN PARITY DIMM GOLD 5V 60NS
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 1.6GB EIDE HD, 6X CD ROM, 4MB MTX
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 1.6GB EIDE HD, 6X CD ROM, 4MB MTX
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              TX PORT RACK MOUNTED CSU CARDS
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, PENT-166, 32MB EDO MEM, 1.6GB HD, 6X CD ROM, NO SOFTWARE
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, PENT-166, 32MB EDO MEM, 1.6GB HD, 6X CD ROM, NO SOFTWARE
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, PENT-166, 32MB EDO MEM, 1.6GB HD, 6X CD ROM, NO SOFTWARE
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 16MB, EIDE 1.2GB
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 32MB, EIDE 1.6GB, 6X CDROM, MTRX CARD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 32MB, EIDE 1.6GB, 6X CDROM, MTRX CARD
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            LINK BUILDER II SNMP MODULE
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            LINKBUILDER II 12 PORT HUB
Headcount all                           BACK CARD / E1 (BC-E1)
Headcount all                           COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-SCSI2 HD
Headcount all                           COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI HARD DRIVE
Headcount all                           COMPAQ SMART SCSI-2 ARRAY CONTROLLER
Headcount all                           COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-SCSI2 HD
Headcount all                           COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI HARD DRIVE
Headcount all                           COMPAQ SMART SCSI-2 ARRAY CONTROLLER
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
Systems-NY                              IGX 16, 16 SLOT, RACKMOUNT, NPM-16, SCM
Systems-NY                              CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Systems-NY                              HP LASERJET 5N PRINTER
Systems-NY                              HP LASERJET 5N PRINTER
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 21" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              USR 28.8 EXT. MODEM
Systems-NY                              IBM 16MB PARITY MEMORY KIT
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              SEAGATE 2.5GB EIDE HARD DRIVE
Systems-NY                              PRO-VIDEO 9" B&W MONITOR
Systems-NY                              USR SPORTSTER 33.6
Systems-NY                              32MB 168-PIN PARITY DIMM GOLD 5V 60NS
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 1.6GB EIDE HD, 6X CD ROM, 4MB MTX
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              32MB 168-PIN PARITY DIMM GOLD 5V 60NS
Accounting-NY                           POWER SUPPLY FOR RM2100 840 WATT FOR RACKMOUNT 2100
Accounting-NY                           USED 460YR-AA ALPHA 2100 4/275 CPU FOR VMS FROM ALPHA SERVER 2100 4/200
Accounting-NY                           COMPAQ WIDE ULTRA SCSI2 INT 4.3GB HARD DRIVE
Accounting-NY                           COMPAQ WIDE ULTRA SCSI2 INT 4.3GB HARD DRIVE
Accounting-NY                           COMPAQ PROLIANT 2500 6/200 MODEL   4300 SERVER
Agencies                                IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
Communications-NY                       HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Communications-NY                       KASSIE VOICE MAIL PORTS
Communications-NY                       IBM PC750 P166 1.2GB/16 EDO MEMORY
Communications-NY                       HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Communications-NY                       HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Communications-NY                       IOMEGA EXT. JAZZ DRIVE
Communications-NY                       IBM THINKPAD LAPTOP, P133, 1.08GB HD, 8MB
Communications-NY                       HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Corporate Bonds-Canadians               CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds  ASCEND PIPELINE P130-UBRI-L56
Corporate Bonds-High level Transaction  CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Corporate Bonds-High level Transaction  3COM LINKBUILDER II FMS HUB WITH 24 PORTS
Corporate Bonds-High level Transaction  3COM SNMP MANAGEMENT MODULE
Corporate Bonds-out of town             CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Corporate-NY                            COMPAQ PROLIANT 2500 6/200 MODEL   4300 SERVER
Corporate-NY                            COMPAQ SMART SCSI-2 ARRAY CONTROLLER
Corporate-NY                            COMPAQ WIDE ULTRA SCSI2 INT 4.3GB HARD DRIVE
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 2514 DUAL ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL ROUTER
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 4MB TO 8MB FLASH UPGRADE
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO2500 SERIES IOS IP ONLY FEATURE SET
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            OPTIONAL 4MB DRAM MEMORY
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            3COM LINKBUILDER II FMS HUB WITH 24 PORTS
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            3COM SNMP MANAGEMENT MODULE
FX Forward Yen                          CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MOTOROLA NT1
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              3COM LINKBUILDER II FMS HUB WITH 24 PORTS
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              3COM SNMP MANAGEMENT MODULE
GSB-CF Kross                            SEAGATE 2.1GB INTERNAL SCSI HD
GSB-Odd Lots                            CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB-Odd Lots                            CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-Swaps                               MOTOROLA NT1
Headcount all                           NY PROJECTSTRATACOM
Headcount all                           CISCO 2500 SERIES IOS FEATURE SET
Headcount all                           CISCO 2514 DUAL ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL ROUTER
Headcount all                           CVM ADPCM INTEGRATED E1 ECHO CANCELER
Headcount all                           CISCO 2500 SERIES IOS FEATURE SET
Headcount all                           CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Headcount all                           CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Headcount all                           V.35 CABLE, DTE, MALE, 10 FEET
Headcount all                           6 ETHERNET PORTS 10BASE-T NP MODULE
Headcount all                           2.1GB INTERNAL HARD DRIVE
Headcount all                           SUN 64MB SIMM EXPANSION (2X32)
Headcount all                           ULTRA 2 MODEL 2170
Headcount all                           CATALYST 5000 10/100BASETX FAST ETHERNET SWITCHING MODULE
Headcount all                           CATALYST 5000 10/100BASETX FAST ETHERNET SWITCHING MODULE
Headcount all                           CATALYST 5000 ETHERNET SWITCHING MODULE (10BASET, 24 INT.)
Headcount all                           CATALYST 5500 AC POWER SUPPLY
Headcount all                           CATALYST 5500 CHASSIS
Headcount all                           CATALYST 5500 SUPERVISOR FX - MMF
Headcount all                           CATALYST 5500 RMON AGENT LIC
Headcount all                           CISCO 700 6 PORT ETHERNET INTERFACE PROCESSOR
Headcount all                           IGX CVM ADPCM INTEGRATED T1 ECHO CANCELER
Headcount all                           IGX T1 BACK CARD FOR NTM
Headcount all                           5RU CHASSIS
Headcount all                           6PORT 2WIRE FXO
Headcount all                           6PORT 2WIRE FXS
Headcount all                           6PORT 4WIRE E & M
Headcount all                           CONTROL MODULE
Headcount all                           DUAL PORT E-1 MODULE
Headcount all                           SNMP MODULE W/PORT CABLE
Headcount all                           COMPAQ 4.3GB FAST-WIDE SCSI HARD DRIVE
Headcount all                           2.1GB FAST SCSI HARD DRIVE FOR S10
Headcount all                           EIGHT PORT ETHERNET ENTERPRISE PROBE (32MB)
Headcount all                           FOUR PORT WAN / ETHERNET ENTERPRISE PROBE (32MB)
Headcount NY                            COMPAQ 10/100 NIC
Headcount NY                            SUN 2.1GB INT HD FOR A SPARC5
Headcount NY                            SUN FAST ETHERNET 10/100 SBUS ADAPTER
Headcount NY                            COMPAQ PROLIANT 2500 6/200 MODEL   4300 SERVER
Headcount NY                            COMPAQ SMART SCSI-2 ARRAY CONTROLLER
Headcount NY                            COMPAQ WIDE ULTRA SCSI2 INT 4.3GB HARD DRIVE
Headcount NY                            XYPLEX 20PORT ACCESS SERVER
Headcount UX                            SPARC ULTRA1-170, TX FRAME BUFFER 128MB RAM, 2.1GB HD, CDROM
Headcount VX                            READ/WRITE OPT. PLATTERS 512 BYTES / P.SEC
Headcount VX                            WRITE ONCE OPT. PLATTERS 512 BYTES/P.SEC
IES                                     RAID 5300 UPGRADE FROM RAID 5100
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          CISCO 2516 16MB, FLASH
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      CISCO 4500-M MODULAR ROUTER-AC
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      6 ETHERNET PORTS 10BASE-T NP MODULE
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      CISCO 16MB UPGRADE, REPLACES 4MB SHARED MEMORY
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                        CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             2000R EXTENDED SUPERFRAME (ESF) CSU
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             DUAL POWER SUPPLY SHELF W/ 9-1000-48V-1 SUPPLY
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             MODEL 1051 UNIVERSAL CHASSIS W/ DB25 FEMALE DTE CONNECTORS
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             RACK MOUNT 8100A WITHOUT MODEM, WITH ETHERNET
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             TXPORT 2000 ESF RACKMOUNT CSU
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             16 PORT, 6K-ADDRESS, SNMP, FULL
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             4 PORT 10BASE-T MODULE
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CATALYST 3000 STACK PORT MODULE
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MODULE
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CISCO 2500 SERIES IOS FEATURE SET
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CISCO 4000 SERIES IOS IP FEATURE SET
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             V.35 CABLE, DTE, MALE, 10 FEET
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             SUN S-BUS FAST SCSI/E-NET CARD
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             SUN TGX FRAME BUFFER BOARD
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CISCO 16MB UPGRADE, REPLACES 4MB SHARED MEMORY
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             FRAME BUFFER FOR SUN ULTRA
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             SUN S-BUS FAST SCSI/E-NET CARD
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD, NO MON.
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             16MB UPGRADE, REPLACES 4/8 MB MAIN MEMORY (TOTAL 16MB)
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             16MB UPGRADE, REPLACES 4B SHARED MEMORY (TOTAL 16MB)
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             6 ETHERNET PORTS 10BASE-T NP MODULE
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             ADDITIONAL 4 MB OF FLASH EPROM (TOTAL 8 MB)
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MODULE
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CISCO 4500-M MODULAR ROUTER-AC
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CISCO 4500/4700 IOS IP FEATURE SET
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             8 LEAD OCTAL CABLE AND 8 FEMALE DB-25 TERMINAL
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CISCO 2500 SERIES IOS IP ONLY FEATURE SET
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CISCO ACCESS SERVER 2511 ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL/16
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             16MB UPGRADE, REPLACES 4/8 MB MAIN MEMORY (TOTAL 16MB)
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             16MB UPGRADE, REPLACES 4B SHARED MEMORY (TOTAL 16MB)
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             6 ETHERNET PORTS 10BASE-T NP MODULE
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CHANNELIZED T1/ISDN PRI NP MODULE
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CISCO 4500-M MODULAR ROUTER-AC
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             CISCO 4500/4700 IOS IP FEATURE SET
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             MICROSOLUTIONS MODEL #166550 PARALLEL PORT CDROM BACK PACK
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             ADVANCED MODULAR P100, 16MB, 810 HD, OS/2 WARP LOADED, KYBRD, MOUSE
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             ADTRAN DSU III AR MODEM
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             3COM LINKBUILDER II FMS HUB WITH 24 PORTS
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             3COM SNMP MANAGEMENT MODULE
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             MOTOROLA NT1
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             ADTRAN DSU III AR MODEM
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             ADTRAN DSU III AR MODEM
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             IBM PC750 P166 1.2GB/16 EDO MEMORY
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             10" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             12" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             12" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             TX PORT RACK MOUNTED CSU CARDS
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
Systems-NY                              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Systems-NY                              SUN SPARC 5 WORKSTATION 17" ENTRY COLOR MONITOR 32MEG RAM, 2.1 GIG HD
Systems-NY                              32MB MEMORY KIT FOR SPARC 5
Systems-NY                              SUN S-BUS FAST SCSI/E-NET CARD
Systems-NY                              4PR 24AWG SOLID PLEN BLUE CAT5 (28,000')
Systems-NY                              4PR 24AWG SOLID PLEN YELLOW  CAT5 (14,000')
Systems-NY                              WIRE MANAGER (VERTICAL) MOD TAP
Systems-NY                              3COM LINKBUILDER II FMS HUB WITH 24 PORTS
Systems-NY                              ADTRAN DSU III AR MODEM
Systems-NY                              ADTRAN DSU III AR MODEM
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166 1.2GB/16 EDO MEMORY
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 32MB, EIDE 1.6GB, 6X CDROM, MTRX CARD
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 32MB, EIDE 1.6GB, 6X CDROM, MTRX CARD
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
Systems-NY                              SUN 10/100 SBUS CARD
Systems-NY                              IBM 14" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              IBM NIC CARD (30 PACK)
Systems-NY                              HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Systems-NY                              HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Systems-NY                              COMPAQ 64 MB MEMORY UPGRADE KIT
Systems-NY                              COMPAQ FAST & WIDE SCSI 2 HARDDRIVE
Systems-NY                              12" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
Systems-NY                              10" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
Systems-NY                              XIRCOM POCKET ETHERNET ADAPTER III (PE3)
Systems-NY                              MOTOROLA GP350 16 CHANNEL UHF RADIO
Systems-NY                              MOTOROLA GP350 16 CHANNEL UHF RADIO
Systems-NY                              32MB 168-PIN PARITY DIMM GOLD 5V 60NS
Systems-NY                              IBM 2.16GB HARD DRIVE
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              IBM 14" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 21" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 16MB, EIDE 1.2GB
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 32MB, EIDE 1.6GB, 6X CDROM, MTRX CARD
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             SEAGATE BARACUDA 9GB DRIVE
Systems-NY                              ADVANCED MODULAR P100, 16MB, 810 HD, OS/2 WARP LOADED, KYBRD, MOUSE
Systems-NY                              MOTOROLA NT1
Systems-NY                              HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Systems-NY                              IBM NIC CARD (30 PACK)
Systems-NY                              HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Systems-NY                              SEAGATE MEDALIST PRO EIDE HARD DRIVE 2.5GB
Systems-NY                              PRO-VIDEO 9" B&W MONITOR
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              SEAGATE BARACUDA 9GB DRIVE
Systems-NY                              SONY 24GB EXT DDS-3 DAT DRIVE
Headcount NY                            IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             IBM PC750, P166, 16MB, EIDE 1.2GB
Systems-NY                              KONFIG NETWORK MANAGER
Systems-NY                              SYST CONFIG - LOAD 0S/2 PARTITION,BOOT,NIC
Systems-NY                              IBM NIC CARD (30 PACK)
Systems-NY                              PRO-VIDEO 9" B&W MONITOR
Systems-NY                              IBM 2.16GB HARD DRIVE
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Headcount all                           CISCO 2500 SERIES IOS IP ONLY FEATURE SET
Headcount all                           OPTIONAL 8MB DRAM MEMORY
Headcount NY                            IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
Systems-NY                              IBM 9516 FLAT PANEL MONITOR
Systems-NY                              32MB MEMORY KIT FOR SPARC 5
Systems-NY                              SUN 128MB RAM KIT
Systems-NY                              SUN 64MB SIMM EXPANSION (2X32)
Systems-NY                              SUN QUAD NIC-100BT EHERNET CARD
Systems-NY                              SUN ULTRA 1 170MHZ
Systems-NY                              SUN ULTRA VIDEO
Systems-NY                              CISCO ACCESS SERVER 2509 ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL/8 ASYNC
Systems-NY                              MOTOROLA UTA 220
Systems-NY                              WYSE WIN TERM 2300T WT BOOT
Systems-NY                              DIGITAL VT525 VIDEO TERMINAL
Systems-NY                              HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Systems-NY                              WD 2.5 GB INT EIDE HD
Systems-NY                              MOTOROLA GP350 16 CHANNEL UHF RADIO
Systems-NY                              MOTOROLA GP350 16 CHANNEL UHF RADIO
Systems-NY                              TOSHIBA TECRA 530 CDT LAPTOP
Systems-NY                              KME 10" BEIGE 915-40 khz) COLOR STACKABLE MONITOR
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      MOTOROLA NT1
Office Services-NY                      IBM PCI ETHERNET NIC 30/PK
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      ADVANCED MODULAR P100, 16MB, 810 HD, OS/2 WARP LOADED, KYBRD, MOUSE
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             SEAGATE BARACUDA 9GB DRIVE
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             IBM PC750, P166, 16MB, EIDE 1.2GB
Systems-Mercury Teledata-NY             HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM, NIC
Systems-NY                              PC Equipment
Systems-NY                              SUN ULTRA 1 170MHZ
Systems-NY                              ADVANCED MODULAR P100, 16MB, 810 HD, OS/2 WARP LOADED, KYBRD, MOUSE
Systems-NY                              ADTRAN 1200 RACK MOUNT TSU
Systems-NY                              HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Systems-NY                              HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Systems-NY                              SEAGATE MEDALIST PRO EIDE HARD DRIVE 2.5GB
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              SEAGATE BARACUDA 9GB DRIVE
Systems-NY                              SONY 24GB EXT DDS-3 DAT DRIVE
CANTOR DIGITAL SPEED(B-AV007)           C SET ++ FOR AIX V3.1.4
ITD-Sales General                       MS Office Pro full package
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)             12" Electrohome Monitors
Systems-NY                              Visibroker Naming % Events Service
Systems-NY                              IBM 14" Monitor
Systems-NY                              Iiyama 17" Monitor
Systems-NY                              JBuilder Client Server Rational Rose Java
Systems-NY                              Microsoft Visual Ed
Systems-NY                              Neostation Monitor
Systems-NY                              4 MB VIDEO CARD
Systems-NY                              Internetwork Design Course
Systems-NY                              Motorola UHF Hand Radio
Systems-NY                              Rasterops 20" color MOnitor
Systems-NY                              Windows NT Seminar
ITD-Chicago                             SunSparc 64MB RAM
MMI-NY                                  Compaq Smart Controller
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      OTHER ASSETS UNDER $500
Systems-NY                              OTHER ASSETS UNDER $500
Systems-NY                              IBM PC365 w/ 1.6GB Hard Drive
Systems-NY                              Cisco desktop Switching module
Systems-NY                              3com Superstack Linkbuilder
Tax-NY                                  Computer Software package
Systems-NY                              HP Vectra PC
Systems-NY                              Hard Drive SPARC 5 4GB
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      KME 14" BEIGE COLOR STACKABLE MONITOR
Systems-NY                              SSL Developers Kit 4.0.2 (Solaris)
Canadians Coupons-Toronto               MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB-Odd Lots                            CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB-Swaps                               MOTOROLA NT1
MBSB-GNMA                               CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
MBSB-GNMA                               MOTOROLA NT1
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      IBM PC750 P100,16MB,1GB,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              10" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
Systems-NY                              12" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
Systems-NY                              ADTRAN DSU III AR MODEM
Systems-NY                              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Systems-NY                              CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Systems-NY                              HP LASERJET 4 PLUS PRINTER
Systems-NY                              HP LASERJET 4 PRINTER
Systems-NY                              HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Systems-NY                              IBM 14" MONITOR MODEL G42
Systems-NY                              IBM PC365 P200, 32 MB, 1.6GB HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC365 P200, 32MB, 1.6GB HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC730 P90 16MB, 540HD, WIN
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P100,16MB,1GB,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P90 16MB, 540HD, WIN
Systems-NY                              MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
Systems-NY                              MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 21" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              OKIDATA ML184 TURBO PRINTER W/SERIAL INTERFACE
Systems-NY                              SONY 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              USR SPORTSTER 33.6
Systems-NY                              WD 2.5 GB INT EIDE HD
                                        CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Canadians Coupons-Toronto               MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
CONNECTICUT SALES GENERAL               CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MOTOROLA NT1
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB-CF Kross                            MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB-CF Kross                            SUN ULTRA 270 MHZ 4G
GSB-CURVE(B-63CUR)                      CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-Odd Lots                            MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-Swaps                               MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
Headcount all                           CREDIT FROM CISCO, INC
IRS-CM Mediums                          MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
LDC Options                             CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Munis NY PR                             SUN ULTRA 256MB 2.1GB
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Systems-NY                              12" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
Systems-NY                              ADVANCED MODULAR P100, 16MB, 810 HD, OS/2 WARP LOADED, KYBRD, MOUSE
Systems-NY                              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Systems-NY                              CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Systems-NY                              COMPAQ PROLIANT 2500 6/200 64MB, 512K CACHE
Systems-NY                              HP VECTRA VL7 PII 266 MHZ, 64MB, 4.3GB HD, 24X CD ROM, MATROX II, NT 4.0
Systems-NY                              IBM 14" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              IBM PC365 P200, 32 MB, 1.6GB HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P100,16MB,1GB,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166, 16MB PARITY, 1.2GB HD, SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P90 16MB, 540HD, WIN
Systems-NY                              IBM VP486 16MB, 365MB HD, NIC
Systems-NY                              MOTOROLA NT1
Systems-NY                              MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
Systems-NY                              MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 15" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              OKIDATA ML 321 PRINTER IBM PARALLEL
Systems-NY                              SONY 17" MONITOR
                                        CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
                                        CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Central Development                     IBM PC750 P100,16MB,1GB,SELECTA
CONNECTICUT SALES GENERAL               CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
CONNECTICUT SALES GENERAL               CISCO CATALYST 5000 CHASSIS
EM SUPPORT(B-EM350)                     MS/16W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
Equities Development                    JBUILDER V2.0 CLT/SVR WINNT 95
FX Options-Exotic - NY                  MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MOTOROLA NT1
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SCM BOX W/2 VIDEO CABLES
GSB-CF Kross                            CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-CF Kross                            MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB-CF Kross                            MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB-CF Kross                            MS/16W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD
GSB-CF Kross                            SCM BOX W/2 VIDEO CABLES
GSB-CF Kross                            CATALYST 5000 CHASSIS
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB-Swaps                               MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB-Swaps                               MS/16W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD
Infrastructure                          MSC-2  MSC SOFTWARE/MODEL 2
Infrastructure                          IBM PC750, PENT-166, 32MB EDO MEM, 1.6GB HD, 6X CD ROM, NO SOFTWARE
Infrastructure                          MOTOROLA NT1
Infrastructure                          SONY 20" MULTISCAN .TRINITRON .MONITOR
Infrastructure                          DBA CONSOLE VIEWER ANALYZER
Infrastructure                          FRAME RELAY MODULE
Infrastructure                          NETWORK TRUNK MODULE
Infrastructure
Project-Emerging Markets                CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      HP LASERJET III PRINTER
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      NOKIA 17" MONITOR
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      OKIDATA ML184 TURBO PRINTER W/SERIAL INTERFACE
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      SONY 17" MONITOR
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      SONY 20" MULTISCAN .TRINITRON .MONITOR
Systems-NY                              10" COLOR MONITOR (METAL)
Systems-NY                              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Systems-NY                              CISCO CATALYST 5000 CHASSIS
Systems-NY                              HP LASERJET 4 PLUS PRINTER
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P100,16MB,1GB,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166, 16MB PARITY, 1.2GB HD, SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM VP486/66 16MB, 365MB HD, NIC
Systems-NY                              MOTOROLA NT1
Systems-NY                              MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              SONY 17" MONITOR
Tokyo-Back Office                       MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
Tokyo-Back Office                       MS/16W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD
                                        CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
                                        CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
                                        CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
                                        MOTOROLA NT1
103 PROJECT(B-AZ600)                    XYPLEX 20PORT ACCESS SERVER
Architecture                            Server Equipment
CDS                                     IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
CDS                                     USR 28.8 EXT. MODEM
CDS                                     CHANNELIZED MODLE
CDS                                     MODULAR ROUTER, IOS IP PLUS UPGRADES
Central Development                     DEC VT420 TERMINAL
Central Development                     HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Central Development                     IBM 15" P50 MONITOR
Central Development                     IBM PC750, P166, 1.6GB EIDE HD, 6X CD ROM, 4MB MTX
Central Development                     IBM PC750, P166, 32MB, EIDE 1.6GB, 6X CDROM, MTRX CARD
Central Development                     NOKIA 15" MONITOR
Central Development                     NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Central Development                     SYBASE SOFTBASE
Communications-NY                       IBM PC750 P90 16MB, 540HD, WIN
EM South african Gilts                  CATALYST 3000 16 PORT, 6K-ADDRESS, SNMP, FULL
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
FCM DESK                                Commun cards w/ breakout cable
Fixed Income Development                HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM, NIC
Fixed Income Development                HP VECTRA VL7 PII 266MHZ 64MB, 6.4GB HD, 24X CD ROM, MATROX II, NT 4.0  MINITOWER
Fixed Income Development                IBM 14" MONITOR
Fixed Income Development                IBM PC750 P133 16MB, 1GB HD
Fixed Income Development                IBM PC750, P166, 1.6GB EIDE HD, 6X CD ROM, 4MB MTX
Fixed Income Development                IBM PC750, P166, 16MB, 1.2GB EIDE HD
Fixed Income Development                SONY 20" MULTISCAN .TRINITRON .MONITOR
Fixed Income Development                USR 14.4 EXT. MODEM
Futures-CME Chicago                     CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Futures-CME Chicago                     MOTOROLA NT1
Futures-CME Chicago                     MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
Futures-CME Chicago                     XYPLEX 20PORT ACCESS SERVER
FX Options-NY                           MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              3COM LINKBUILDER II FMS HUB WITH 24 PORTS
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB Chicago                             CISCO 2514 DUAL ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL ROUTER
GSB Chicago                             CISCO CATALYST 5002 CHASSIS WITH DUAL POWER SUPPLY
GSB-CF Kross                            CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-CURVE(B-63CUR)                      CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-Intermediate                        MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB-Odd Lots                            MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB-Proprietary Desk                    CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-Swaps                               MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
Infrastructure                          10" KME MONITOR
Infrastructure                          12" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
Infrastructure                          3COM LINKBUILDER II FMS HUB WITH 24 PORTS
Infrastructure                          ADVANCED MODULAR P100, 16MB, 810 HD, OS/2 WARP LOADED, KYBRD, MOUSE
Infrastructure                          CATALYST 3000 16 PORT, 6K-ADDRESS, SNMP, FULL
Infrastructure                          CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Infrastructure                          CISCO CATALYST 5002 CHASSIS WITH DUAL POWER SUPPLY
Infrastructure                          COMPAQ PROLIANT 3000 6/333 512K 64MB SERVER
Infrastructure                          DELL OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 3.2GB HD,32X CD,NT4,SERVICE
Infrastructure                          HP DESIGNJET 350C PLOTTER 36"
Infrastructure                          HP LASER JET 5SI MX
Infrastructure                          HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Infrastructure                          IBM 14" MONITOR
Infrastructure                          IBM 14" MONITOR MODEL G42
Infrastructure                          IBM PC365 P200, 32MB, 1.6GB HD
Infrastructure                          IBM PC750 90 16MG, 540 HD, D/W/OSW
Infrastructure                          IBM PC750 P100,16MB,1GB,SELECTA
Infrastructure                          IBM PC750 P166 1.2GB/16 EDO MEMORY
Infrastructure                          IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
Infrastructure                          IBM PC750 P90 16MB, 540HD, WIN
Infrastructure                          IBM PC750, P166, 16MB, 1.2GB EIDE HD
Infrastructure                          IIYAMA 21" MONITOR (A102GT)
Infrastructure                          MICROSOLUTIONS MODEL #166550 PARALLEL PORT CDROM BACK PACK
Infrastructure                          NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Infrastructure                          SONY 17" MONITOR
Infrastructure                          SONY 20" MULTISCAN .TRINITRON .MONITOR
Infrastructure                          SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD,NO MON.
Infrastructure                          SUN SPARC 5/FX170 16MG, 535HD, 17" MON, FRAME BUFFER
Infrastructure                          SUN ULTRA 1 170MHZ
Infrastructure                          US ROBOTICS EXT. 56K MODEM
Infrastructure                          ZYXEL MODEM (U1496S+UNIV,W/ZFAX MODEM)
Infrastructure                          BUS HOSTESS 4-POR
Infrastructure                          Field service call
Infrastructure                          REWRITABLE SCSI CD ROM
Infrastructure                          24G EXT DAT SCSI- 4MM TAPE CART
Infrastructure                          ADAPTIVE SRV ENT 11.5+ UPGRADE
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
ITD Sales-LA                            COMPAQ PROLIANT 3000 6/333 512K 64MB SERVER
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Power                                   CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      12" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      DELL OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 3.2GB HD,32X CD,NT4,SERVICE
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      HP LASER JET 5SI MX
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      IBM 14" MONITOR
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      IBM PC750 P100,16MB,1GB,SELECTA
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      IBM VP486 16MB, 365MB HD, NIC
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      OSICOM 486 PC
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      SONY 17" MONITOR
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      P6350 100MHZ 4MB 512 CACHE
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      P6350 100MHZ 4 MB 512 CACHE
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      P6359 100MHZ 4MB 512 CACHE
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      MODULAR AX AND ADMIN GUIDE
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      8 MB DRAM SIMM
Systems Administration                  HP LJIII PRINTER
Systems Administration                  HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Systems Administration                  NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-Mercury Teledata-NY             HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM, NIC
Systems-Mercury Teledata-NY             SUN SPARC 5/FX170 16MG, 535HD, 17" MON, FRAME BUFFER
Systems-NY                               DIGITAL VT 520 TERMINAL
Systems-NY                              10" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
Systems-NY                              10" KME MONITOR
Systems-NY                              12" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
Systems-NY                              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Systems-NY                              CISCO 2514 DUAL ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL ROUTER
Systems-NY                              DEC VT420 TERMINAL
Systems-NY                              HP LASERJET 4 PLUS PRINTER
Systems-NY                              HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Systems-NY                              HP VECTRA VL6 P2/266 32MB,4GB HD,24XCD,MATROX,NT4.0
Systems-NY                              HP VECTRA VL7 PII 266MHZ 64MB, 6.4GB HD, 24X CD ROM, MATROX II, NT 4.0  MINITOWER
Systems-NY                              IBM 14" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              IBM 14" MONITOR MODEL G42
Systems-NY                              IBM 15" P50 MONITOR
Systems-NY                              IBM PC365 P200, 32MB, 1.6GB HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 90 16MG, 540 HD, D/W/OSW
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P100, 16MB PARITY, 1.2GB HD, SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P100,16MB,1GB,SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P133 16MB, 1GB HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166 1.2GB/16 EDO MEMORY
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P90 16MB, 540HD, WIN
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 1.6GB EIDE HD, 6X CD ROM, 4MB MTX
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, P166, 16MB, EIDE 1.2GB
Systems-NY                              IBM VP486 16MB, 365MB HD, NIC
Systems-NY                              MICROSOLUTIONS MODEL #166550 PARALLEL PORT CDROM BACK PACK
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              OSICOM 486 PC
Systems-NY                              SONY 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              SONY 20" MULTISCAN .TRINITRON .MONITOR
Systems-NY                              SUN SPARC 5/110,32MB,2GB HD,NO MON.
Systems-NY                              SUN SPARC 5/FX170 16MG, 535HD, 17" MON, FRAME BUFFER
Systems-NY                              SUN ULTRA 1 170MHZ
Systems-NY                              US ROBOTICS EXT. 56K MODEM
Systems-NY                              USR 14.4 EXT. MODEM
Systems-NY                              USR 28.8 EXT. MODEM
                                        CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
                                        CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
                                        MOTOROLA NT1
Architecture                            SUN VISUAL WORKSHOP
CDS                                     SONY 17" MONITOR
Central Development                     CREATIVE LABS SOUNDBLASTER 32X CD ROM
Central Development                     NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Communications-NY                       IBM PC750, P166, 32MB, EIDE 1.6GB, 6X CDROM, MTRX CARD
EM ADR                                  SUN ULTRA 5 270MHZ PGX GRAPHICS  4.3GHD 128MG 24X CD
Fixed Income Development                IBM PC750, P166, 1.6GB EIDE HD, 6X CD ROM, 4MB MTX
Futures-CME Chicago                     CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Futures-CME Chicago                     CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Futures-CME Chicago                     MOTOROLA NT1
FX Forward Yen                          CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
FX Options-NY                           CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MOTOROLA NT1
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB Chicago                             CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB Chicago                             MOTOROLA NT1
GSB Chicago                             SUN SPARC 5/FX170 16MG, 535HD, 17" MON, FRAME BUFFER
GSB Chicago                             CATALYST 5002 CHASSIS
GSB-Bills                               CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-CF Kross                            CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-Proprietary Desk                    CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-Proprietary Desk                    CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB-Proprietary Desk                    MOTOROLA NT1
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Infrastructure                          ADTRAN 1200023L1 SMART 16 SHELF
Infrastructure                          ADTRAN DSU III AR MODEM
Infrastructure                          CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Infrastructure                          CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Infrastructure                          DELL OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 3.2GB HD,32X CD,NT4,SERVICE
Infrastructure                          HP LASER JET 5SI MX
Infrastructure                          HP LASERJET III PRINTER
Infrastructure                          KME 10" BEIGE COLOR STACKABLE MONITOR
Infrastructure                          NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Infrastructure                          SONY 17" MONITOR
Infrastructure                          SONY 20" MULTISCAN .TRINITRON .MONITOR
Infrastructure                          SUN ULTRA 5 270MHZ PGX GRAPHICS  4.3GHD 128MG 24X CD
Infrastructure                          EVOLUTION 4
Infrastructure                          DELPHI V3.0 NEW USER CLIENT /SRV(21303)
Infrastructure                          INTELLISYNK FOR PALM PILOT V1.05/PUMA TE
Infrastructure                          VISIONDISK PENT-223 MMX 4.3GB 32MB
Infrastructure                          BACKUP EXEC FOR WIN NT SNGL SVR ED V7.0
Infrastructure                          SYSTEMS ACCEPTANCE CONTRACT
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                          MOTOROLA NT1
ITD Sanfran                             COMPAQ PROLIANT 3000 6/333 512K 64MB SERVER
ITD-Chicago                             COMPAQ PROLIANT 3000 6/333 512K 64MB SERVER
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)      MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
MMI-NY                                  CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Project-Emerging Markets                CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Sec Lending-NY                          CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Sec Lending-NY                          CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      ADTRAN 1200023L1 SMART 16 SHELF
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      DELL DUAL NIC OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 3.2GB HD,32X CD,NT4,SERVICE
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      DELL OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 3.2GB HD,32X CD,NT4,SERVICE
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      IBM 14" MONITOR
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      IBM PC750 P90 16MB, 540HD, WIN
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      KME 14" BEIGE COLOR STACKABLE MONITOR
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      SONY 17" MONITOR
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      SUN 17" MONITOR
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      SUN SPARC 5/FX170 16MG, 535HD, 17" MON, FRAME BUFFER
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      KME STACKABLE MONITOR, KME 14" STACKABLE MONTOR
Systems Data Processing-LA              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Systems-NY                               DIGITAL VT 520 TERMINAL
Systems-NY                              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Systems-NY                              IBM 14" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              IBM 14" MONITOR MODEL G42
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 21" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              SONY 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              SONY 20" MULTISCAN .TRINITRON .MONITOR
Systems-NY                              SUN 17" MONITOR
Tokyo-Back Office                       SUN SPARC 5/FX170 16MG, 535HD, 17" MON, FRAME BUFFER
                                        CISCO 2505 DUAL ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL ROUTER
                                        CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
                                        CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
                                        CISCO ACCESS SERVER 2509 ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL/8 ASYNC
                                        MOTOROLA NT1
                                        SCM BOX W/2 VIDEO CABLES
103 PROJECT(B-AZ600)                    CISCO ACCESS SERVER 2511 ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL/16
103 PROJECT(B-AZ600)                    RCI MASTER CONSOLE 8 PORT SWITCH SERVER
Accounting-NY                           CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Accounting-NY                           RCI MASTER CONSOLE 8 PORT SWITCH SERVER
Agencies                                CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
CDS                                     ADTRAN DSU III AR MODEM
CDS                                     SONY 20" MULTISCAN .TRINITRON .MONITOR
CDS                                     WD 2.5 GB INT EIDE HD
CDS                                     ABODE PHOTOSHOP V5.0 W95/NT
Central Development                     DELL OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 3.2GB HD,32X CD,NT4,SERVICE
Central Development                     HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Central Development                     IBM 14" MONITOR
Central Development                     NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Central Development                     SONY 17" MONITOR
Central Development                     US ROBOTICS EXT. 56K MODEM
Communications-NY                       DELL OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 3.2GB HD,32X CD,NT4,SERVICE
CONNECTICUT SALES GENERAL               CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Corporate Bonds-Support                 CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Corporate Bonds-Support                 MOTOROLA NT1
Corporate-NY                            CISCO 2505 ROUTER, IOS IP SET, CABLE
EM ADR                                  CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
EM SUPPORT(B-EM350)                     CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 2505 DUAL ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL ROUTER
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds            CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Emerging Markets-Mexican Desk           MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
Fixed Income Development                DELL OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 3.2GB HD,32X CD,NT4,SERVICE
Fixed Income Development                IBM PC750, P166, 16MB, 1.2GB EIDE HD
FX Options-NY                           CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              ACCTON 8 PORT HUB
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2505 DUAL ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL ROUTER
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2505 ROUTER, IOS IP SET, CABLE
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2514 DUAL ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL ROUTER
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS) DUAL SERIAL/ISDN-BRI
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              COMPAQ PROLIANT 3000 6/333 512K 64MB SERVER
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MOTOROLA NT1
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MOTOROLA NT1D NETWORK TERMINATION DEVICE
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              MS/16 W/16MB, 340 IBM HD, 3.5 FD, KYBD W/UART 16550
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SCM BOX W/2 VIDEO CABLES
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)              SUN ULTRA 5 MODEL 270 WORKSTATION 128MB PGX24 4GB CD
GSB Chicago                             CISCO ACCESS SERVER 2509 ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL/8 ASYNC
GSB-CF Kross                            3COM SUPERSTACK LINKBUILDER II FMS HUB WITH 24 PORTS WITH SNMPMANAGEMENT MODULE
GSB-CF Kross                            CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
GSB-Proprietary Desk                    CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
GSB-Swaps                               CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Infrastructure                          10" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
Infrastructure                          12" ELECTROHOME MONITOR
Infrastructure                          12" REFURBISHED STACKABLE MONITOR BLACK INCLUDES 1YR WARRANTY
Infrastructure                          15" METAL CASE STACKABLE MONITOR
Infrastructure                          ADTRAN DSU III AR MODEM
Infrastructure                          ADTRAN TSU V.35 RACK MOUNT CARD
Infrastructure                          CISCO 2505 DUAL ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL ROUTER
Infrastructure                          CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Infrastructure                          CISCO 2511 CISCO ACCESS SERVER 2511 ETHERNET DUAL SERIAL 1/16 ASYNC
Infrastructure                          COLORGRAPH EVOLUTION 2 DUAL PORT PCI VIDEO CARD
Infrastructure                          COMPAQ PROLIANT 3000 6/333 512K 64MB SERVER
Infrastructure                          DELL OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 3.2GB HD,32X CD,NT4,SERVICE
Infrastructure                          HP LASERJET4SI PRINTER
Infrastructure                          HP VECTRA VA PENT PRO 200, 2.5GB HD, 32MB RAM, 8X CDROM
Infrastructure                          IBM 14" MONITOR
Infrastructure                          IBM 14" MONITOR MODEL G42
Infrastructure                          IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
Infrastructure                          IBM VP486/66 16MB, 365MB HD, NIC
Infrastructure                          KME 10" BEIGE COLOR STACKABLE MONITOR
Infrastructure                          NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Infrastructure                          NOKIA 21" MONITOR
Infrastructure                          SONY 17" MONITOR
Infrastructure                          SUN ULTRA 5 MODEL 270 WORKSTATION 128MB PGX24 4GB CD
Infrastructure                          US ROBOTICS EXT. 56K MODEM
Infrastructure                          DELL OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 6.4GB  HD, 32X CD, NT4, SERVICE
Infrastructure                          MSDN UNIVERSAL V6.0 FOR W32/ MICROSOFT CO
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
ITD Sales-LA                            COMPAQ PROLIANT 3000 6/333 512K 64MB SERVER
ITD Sanfran                             COMPAQ PROLIANT 3000 6/333 512K 64MB SERVER
ITD-Boston                              CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
ITD-Chicago                             CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
ITD-Sales General                       CISCO 2514 DUAL ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL ROUTER
LDC Options                             CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
MBSB-GNMA                               SUN ULTRA 5 MODEL 270 WORKSTATION 128MB PGX24 4GB CD
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                     CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                        CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Power                                   CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
Power                                   SUN ULTRA 5 MODEL 270 WORKSTATION 128MB PGX24 4GB CD
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      12" REFURBISHED STACKABLE MONITOR BLACK INCLUDES 1YR WARRANTY
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      15" METAL CASE STACKABLE MONITOR
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      CISCO 2507 ETHERNET (16 UTP PORTS) DUAL SERIAL PORTS
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS) DUAL SERIAL/ISDN-BRI
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      DELL DUAL NIC OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 3.2GB HD,32X CD,NT4,SERVICE
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      DELL OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 3.2GB HD,32X CD,NT4,SERVICE
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      DELL OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 6GB HD,32X CD,NT4,SERVICE
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      IBM VP486 12MB, 365MB HD, NIC
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      KME 14" BEIGE COLOR STACKABLE MONITOR
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      MOTOROLA NT1D NETWORK TERMINATION DEVICE
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      NOKIA 17" MONITOR
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      SUN ULTRA 5 MODEL 270 WORKSTATION 128MB PGX24 4GB CD
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      ULTRA 5 MODEL 270 WORKSTATION, 128 MB,PGX24, 4GB, CD
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      DELL OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 6.4GB  HD, 32X CD, NT4, SERVICE
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      DELL OPTIPLEX GX1 P350 512KCACHE, 128MG, 6.4GB  HD, 32X CD, NT4, SERVICE
Systems-Mercury Teledata-NY             ACCTON 8 PORT HUB
Systems-NY                              3COM SUPERSTACK LINKBUILDER II FMS HUB WITH 24 PORTS WITH SNMPMANAGEMENT MODULE
Systems-NY                              ADTRAN DSU III AR MODEM
Systems-NY                              CISCO 2516 ETHERNET (14 HUB PORTS)
Systems-NY                              HP LASERJET4SI PRINTER
Systems-NY                              IBM G40 14" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166, 16MB EDO, 1.2GB HD
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P166, 16MB PARITY, 1.2 GB HD, SELECTA
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750 P90 16MB, 540HD, WIN
Systems-NY                              IBM PC750, PENT-166, 32MB EDO MEM, 1.6GB HD, 6X CD ROM, NO SOFTWARE
Systems-NY                              IBM VP486 12MB, 365MB HD, NIC
Systems-NY                              IBM VP486 16MB, 365MB HD, NIC
Systems-NY                              IBM VP486/DX2 12MB, 1NIC
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 17" MONITOR
Systems-NY                              NOKIA 21" MONITOR
Tokyo-Back Office                       CISCO 2511 CISCO ACCESS SERVER 2511 ETHERNET DUAL SERIAL 1/16 ASYNC
Tokyo-Back Office                       CISCO ACCESS SERVER 2511 ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL/16
Accounting-NY                           SOFTWARE AND LICENSE
Architecture                            PERFORCE SOFTWARE USER LICENSE
Architecture                            VISUAL STUDIO ENT 6.0
Architecture                            UNIX SOFTWARE AND LICENSE
Architecture                            STANDARD C++, TOOLS H++
Central Development                     RAPID SQL 5.1 SYB LICENSE
Infrastructure                          PGX 128/4GB/CD & NIC CARD
Infrastructure                          8MB DRAM SIMM
Infrastructure                          NIC CARD
Infrastructure                          PORT ADAPTER AND ETHERNET
Infrastructure                          PORT ADAPTER
Infrastructure                          PORT CHANNELIZED ADAPTER
Infrastructure                          VERSATILE INT PROC 2 MODEL
Infrastructure                          VERSATILE INT PROC 2-MODEL 40
Infrastructure                          VISIO UDGRADE ENT
Infrastructure                          SOLARIS SYS ADMIN
Infrastructure                          AUTOSYS AGENT FOR WINDOWS NT
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      10" & 12" MONITORS
Accounting-NY                           QUOTA SEVER Z41F/ARGENT SOFTWARE
Fixed Income Development                MOLP-B WIN NT SVR ENT ED 4.0 ENG/MICROSOFT
GSB Chicago                             DESK TOP ETHERNET SWITCHING MODULE
Infrastructure                          SUN SOLARIS SERVER
Infrastructure                          CHASSIS, CATALYST MODULES AND POWER SUP AND LICENSES
Infrastructure                          IGX-UXM WITH ONE BC-UAI-3-T3
Infrastructure                          DESK TOP ETHERNET SWITCHING MODULE
Infrastructure                          IGX-UXM WITH ONE BC-UA1-4-155-MMF
Infrastructure                          CHASSIS AND PROC ENGINE
Infrastructure                          IXG 8420 RACK MOUNT, NPT-32, SCM
Infrastructure                          7206 MODULER ROUTER BASE UNIT
Infrastructure                          8 LEAD OCTAL CABLE AND 8 MALE V35 DTE CONNECTORS
Infrastructure                          ARCSERVE FOR WIN NT V6.5 ENTERPRISE
Infrastructure                          QL-MT3AA-3E OPEN VMS CONC
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      ULTRA 5 MODEL 270 WORKSTATION, 128 MB, PGX24, 4GB, CD
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      SOLARIS V2.6 DESK TOP
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      2516 ETHERNET/DUAL SERIAL/ISDN-BRI ROUTER
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      15" METAL CASE MONITOR
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)      12" COLOR MONITOR

     DEPTNAME                                      VENDOR NAME                Entity             SumOfCOST
Communications-LA                        HUGHES LAN SYSTEM                     CFCO                2,233
Systems Data Processing-LA               HUGHES LAN SYSTEM                     CFCO                7,454
Systems Data Processing-LA               INFOSYSTEMS                           CFCO                7,156
Communications-LA                        INFOSYSTEMS                           CFCO                6,234
Systems Data Processing-LA               INFOSYSTEMS                           CFCO               28,625
Systems Data Processing-LA               NEURON DATA, INC                      CFCO                9,245
Systems Data Processing-LA               INFOSYSTEMS                           CFCO                9,058
Communications-LA                        INFOSYSTEMS                           CFCO               11,095
Systems Data Processing-LA               INFOSYSTEMS                           CFCO               20,599
Systems Data Processing-LA               TREDENT DATA                          CFCO                4,388
Systems Data Processing-LA               INFOSYSTEMS                           CFCO                5,636
Systems Data Processing-LA               INFOSYSTEMS                           CFCO                4,530
Systems Data Processing-LA               INFOSYSTEMS                           CFCO                2,917
Systems Data Processing-LA               HUGHES LAN SYSTEM                     CFCO                1,066
Systems Data Processing-LA               DATAFLEX                              CFCO                3,126
Systems Data Processing-LA               DATAFLEX                              CFCO               13,841
ITD - Data Processing                    CISCO                                 CFCO                9,880
Systems Data Processing-LA               DATAFLEX CORP                         CFCO                2,281
Systems Data Processing-LA               ERGONOMIC 145453                      CFCO                9,933
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             ADVMOD                                CFCO                4,327
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              ADVMOD                                CFCO                4,290
ITD Clearing-LA                          DATAFLEX CORPORATION                  CFCO                2,016
ITD-Dallas                               DATAFLEX CORPORATION                  CFCO                2,455
ITD-Sales General                        VANSTAR                               CFCO               10,563
LDC Options                              ADVMOD                                CFCO                2,163
Systems Data Processing-LA               ERGONOMIC                             CFCO                1,774
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                1,724
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             ADVMOD                                CFCO               13,640
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             ADVMOD                                CFCO                3,897
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             ADVMOD                                CFCO                1,949
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              ADVMOD                                CFCO                3,897
LDC Options                              ADVMOD                                CFCO                1,949
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                1,724
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             ADVMOD                                CFCO                2,145
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             ADVMOD                                CFCO                1,949
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             ADVMOD                                CFCO                1,949
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             ADVMOD                                CFCO                1,949
ITD-Sales General                        ENTEX                                 CFCO                2,932
LDC Options                              ADVMOD                                CFCO                1,949
LDC Options                              MARCO ELECTRONICS LTD.                CFCO                1,807
OTC-CONVERTIBLE -2B INV(B-21B00)         VANSTAR                               CFCO                3,992
Systems Data Processing-LA               VANSTAR                               CFCO                  687
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                2,762
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                1,909
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                  862
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                  716
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                2,385
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                  716
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                2,386
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                1,193
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                2,203
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              CISCO                                 CFCO                1,061
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              CISCO                                 CFCO                1,325
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              CISCO                                 CFCO                1,325
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              CISCO                                 CFCO                  663
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              CISCO                                 CFCO                1,224
ITD Clearing-LA                          CISCO                                 CFCO                  884
ITD Clearing-LA                          CISCO                                 CFCO                1,902
ITD-Sales General                        ERGONOMIC                             CFCO                  858
ITD-Sales General                        EN POINTE                             CFCO               17,867
ITD-Sales General                        EN POINTE                             CFCO                2,286
ITD-Sales General                        EN POINTE                             CFCO                5,256
LDC Options                              CISCO                                 CFCO                  530
LDC Options                              CISCO                                 CFCO                  663
LDC Options                              CISCO                                 CFCO                  663
LDC Options                              CISCO                                 CFCO                  612
LDC Options                              ERGONOMIC                             CFCO                  668
Sec Lending-NY                           CISCO                                 CFCO                  636
Sec Lending-NY                           CISCO                                 CFCO                  795
Sec Lending-NY                           CISCO                                 CFCO                  795
Sec Lending-NY                           CISCO                                 CFCO                  734
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                3,306
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                4,680
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             ERGONOMIC                             CFCO                  668
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             ERGONOMIC                             CFCO                7,469
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              ERGONOMIC                             CFCO                7,469
ISG Sales-NY                             EN POINTE                             CFCO                5,140
ITD-Sales General                        ERGONOMIC                             CFCO                1,023
ITD-Sales General                        EN POINTE                             CFCO                5,122
ITD-Sales General                        EN POINTE                             CFCO                2,286
LDC Options                              CISCO                                 CFCO                4,680
LDC Options                              ERGONOMIC                             CFCO                  668
Communications-LA                        VANSTAR                               CFCO                  560
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                1,274
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFCO                4,297
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             SUNMICRO                              CFCO                2,639
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             SUNMICRO                              CFCO                  510
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              CISCO                                 CFCO                  708
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              CISCO                                 CFCO                2,387
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              ADVMOD                                CFCO                1,949
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              SUNMICRO                              CFCO                1,466
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 CISCO                                 CFCO                1,180
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 CISCO                                 CFCO                2,660
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 CISCO                                 CFCO                3,423
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 EN POINTE                             CFCO                1,186
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 EN POINTE                             CFCO                1,081
LDC Options                              CISCO                                 CFCO                1,432
LDC Options                              SUNMICRO                              CFCO                  880
Sec Lending-NY                           CISCO                                 CFCO                1,432
Sec Lending-NY                           SUNMICRO                              CFCO                  880
Systems Data Processing-LA               VANSTAR                               CFCO                  560
Accounting LA                            CISCO                                 CFCO                  681
Communications-LA                        CISCO                                 CFCO                  697
Corporate LA Management                  CISCO                                 CFCO                1,627
Futures-Allocated                        CISCO                                 CFCO                  930
Futures-CBOT Chicago                     CISCO                                 CFCO                1,395
Futures-CME Chicago                      CISCO                                 CFCO                  814
Futures-NY Sales                         CISCO                                 CFCO                  697
ISG Sales-NY                             CISCO                                 CFCO                3,022
ITD CF Parallax                          CISCO                                 CFCO                  814
ITD Clearing-LA                          CISCO                                 CFCO                2,496
ITD Clearing-LA                          CISCO                                 CFCO                1,279
ITD Listed Sales-LA                      CISCO                                 CFCO                1,395
ITD OTC-NY                               CISCO                                 CFCO                3,255
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 CISCO                                 CFCO                  814
ITD Sales-LA                             CISCO                                 CFCO                2,325
ITD-Boston                               CISCO                                 CFCO                1,162
ITD-Chicago                              CISCO                                 CFCO                1,162
ITD-Dallas                               CISCO                                 CFCO                1,279
ITD-International-NY                     CISCO                                 CFCO                1,046
ITD-Sales General                        CISCO                                 CFCO                3,371
ITD-Sales General                        VANSTAR                               CFCO                6,396
LDC Options                              CISCO                                 CFCO                  541
LDC Options                              CISCO                                 CFCO                  907
NY OPERATONS IN L.A.(B-25I50)            CISCO                                 CFCO                3,176
NY OPERATONS IN L.A.(B-25I50)            CISCO                                 CFCO                1,627
Office Services-LA                       CISCO                                 CFCO                  581
Sec Lending-NY                           CISCO                                 CFCO                1,974
Sec Lending-NY                           CISCO                                 CFCO                1,588
Sec Lending-NY                           CISCO                                 CFCO                  814
Futures-Allocated                        SUNMICRO                              CFCO                  963
Futures-CBOT Chicago                     SUNMICRO                              CFCO                1,444
Futures-CME Chicago                      SUNMICRO                              CFCO                  842
Futures-NY Sales                         SUNMICRO                              CFCO                  722
ISG Sales-NY                             SUNMICRO                              CFCO                3,129
ISG Sales-NY                             SUNMICRO                              CFCO                  511
ISG Sales-NY                             SUNMICRO                              CFCO                  545
ISG Sales-NY                             SUNMICRO                              CFCO                  676
Sec Lending-NY                           SUNMICRO                              CFCO                  842
Systems Data Processing-LA               SUN EXPRESS, INC.                     CFCO                1,294
Systems Data Processing-LA               SUN MICROSYSTEMS                      CFCO                1,294
Futures-CBOT Chicago                     EN POINTE                             CFCO                4,910
Futures-CBOT Chicago                     EN POINTE                             CFCO                2,375
ITD OTC-NY                               ASC                                   CFCO               15,143
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 CISCO                                 CFCO                2,110
ITD Sanfran                              CISCO                                 CFCO                1,965
ITD Sanfran                              CISCO                                 CFCO                  666
ITD-Sales General                        ERGONOMIC                             CFCO                1,237
ITD-Sales General                        EN POINTE                             CFCO                5,162
ITD-Sales General                        EN POINTE                             CFCO                2,296
ITD-Sales General                        EN POINTE                             CFCO                5,122
ITD-Sales General                        EN POINTE                             CFCO                4,572
Sec Lending-NY                           EN POINTE                             CFCO                7,781
Sec Lending-NY                           EN POINTE                             CFCO                7,432
Sec Lending-NY                           EN POINTE                             CFCO                4,700
Sec Lending-NY                           BLACK BOX                             CFCO                3,563
Systems Data Processing-LA               SUN MICROSYSTEMS                      CFCO               (1,294)
ITD-Sales General                        EN POINTE                             CFCO               (3,872)
ITD-Sales General                        EN POINTE                             CFCO               (3,842)
ITD-Sales General                        EN POINTE                             CFCO               (2,286)
Futures-CBOT Chicago                     CISCO                                 CFCO                3,172
ITD OTC-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFCO                2,530
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 CISCO                                 CFCO                2,870
ITD-Sales General                        CISCO                                 CFCO                1,220
ITD-Sales General                        CISCO                                 CFCO                  982
ITD-Sales General                        CISCO                                 CFCO                1,708
ITD-Sales General                        ERGONOMIC                             CFCO                4,176
ITD-Sales General                        ERGONOMIC                             CFCO                  830
ITD-Sales General                        ERGONOMIC                             CFCO               13,453
ITD-Sales General                        ERGONOMIC                             CFCO                2,206
ITD-Sales General                        ERGONOMIC                             CFCO               33,133
ITD-Sales General                        CISCO                                 CFCO                  699
ITD-Sales General                        CISCO                                 CFCO                  821
ITD-Sales General                        CISCO                                 CFCO                4,881
ITD-Sales General                        CISCO                                 CFCO                2,242
ITD-Sales General                        CISCO                                 CFCO                  984
ITD-Sales General                        CISCO                                 CFCO                4,881
ITD-Sales General                        CISCO                                 CFCO                1,390
ITD-Sales General                        ERGONOMIC                             CFCO                2,273
ITD-Sales General                        CISCO                                 CFCO                  981
ITD-Sales General                        CISCO                                 CFCO                1,221
ITD-Sales General                        CISCO                                 CFCO                  575
ITD-Sales General                        EN POINTE                             CFCO                1,291
ITD-Sales General                        SFTHOUSE                              CFCO                1,150
ITD-Sales General                        BOXHILL                               CFCO                2,056
ITD-Sales General                        BOXHILL                               CFCO               18,250
ITD-Sales General                        BOXHILL                               CFCO               16,608
ITD-Sales General                        BOXHILL                               CFCO                3,728
Systems Data Processing-LA               SFTHOUSE                              CFCO                1,802
Systems Data Processing-LA               CORP COMP                             CFCO               10,808
Systems Data Processing-LA               CORP COMP                             CFCO               10,051
Systems Data Processing-LA               CORP COMP                             CFCO                4,342
Systems Data Processing-LA               CORP COMP                             CFCO                7,021
Systems Data Processing-LA               SFTHOUSE                              CFCO                  637
Systems Data Processing-LA               SFTHOUSE                              CFCO                4,694
Sec Lending-NY                           Software House                        CFCO               12,885
Systems Data Processing-LA               SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFCO                2,174
ITD Sales-LA                             SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFCO               17,657
ITD Sales-LA                             SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFCO                1,287
ITD Sanfran                              SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFCO               17,657
ITD Sanfran                              SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFCO                1,287
ITD-Boston                               SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFCO               15,221
ITD-Boston                               SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFCO                1,287
ITD-Chicago                              SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFCO               17,657
ITD-Chicago                              SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFCO                1,287
ITD-Dallas                               SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFCO               17,657
ITD-Dallas                               SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFCO                1,287
ITD-International-NY                     REUTERS AMERICA                       CFCO                  974
Corporate LA Management                  CENTRAL COMPUTER                      CFCO                2,490
ITD Portfolio Trading-NY                 SOFTWARE HOUSE INTERNATIONAL          CFCO                1,340
ITD Sales-LA                             CENTRAL COMPUTER                      CFCO                2,490
ITD Clearing-LA                          DATAFLEX CORPORATION                  CFCO               (1,994)
ITD-Sales General                        VANSTAR                               CFCO                1,996
ITD-Sales General                        VANSTAR                               CFCO                6,091
OTC-CONVERTIBLE -2B INV(B-21B00)         VANSTAR                               CFCO                1,996
OTC-CONVERTIBLE -2B INV(B-21B00)         VANSTAR                               CFCO                6,091
Systems Data Processing-LA               VANSTAR                               CFCO                1,916
                                                                               CFCO Total        782,178
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               SUN MICROSYSTEMS (JP)                 CFS                 4,724
Systems-NY                               CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                35,798
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               HUGHES LAN SYSTEM                     CFS                14,333
Systems-NY                               CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                21,696
Systems-NY                               CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                40,960
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                 4,787
Systems-NY                               CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                 4,169
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CPU-OPTIONS                           CFS                 3,725
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ACS EQUIPMENT CORPORATION             CFS                 2,051
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               WORKSTATION DIRECT, LLC               CFS                 6,668
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               HUGHES LAN SYSTEM                     CFS                 6,646
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CPU-OPTIONS                           CFS                 1,863
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               MTI                                   CFS               113,269
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               AVNET COMPUTER                        CFS                   813
GSB-Odd Lots                             MTI                                   CFS                 6,907
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PERFORMANCE TECHNOLOGY                CFS                 3,702
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ICON                                  CFS                 6,318
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                23,151
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVANCED MODULAR                      CFS                19,516
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                15,130
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS               CFS                 4,310
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               AVNET COMPUTER                        CFS                16,186
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVANCED MODULAR                      CFS                18,616
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVANCED MODULAR                      CFS                11,646
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                 3,209
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVANCED MODULAR                      CFS                 2,332
GSB-Odd Lots                             THE ERGONOMIC GROUP                   CFS                 1,823
GSB-Odd Lots                             SPARTAN ELECTRONICS, INC.             CFS                 5,082
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                36,790
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                 8,264
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               JENCOM INC.                           CFS                 6,425
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVANCED MODULAR                      CFS                46,539
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVANCED MODULAR                      CFS                 4,657
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               DATAFLEX CORPORATION                  CFS                 4,020
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVANCED MODULAR                      CFS                 9,313
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVANCED MODULAR                      CFS                 9,316
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVANCED MODULAR                      CFS                30,655
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               MTI                                   CFS                83,216
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               AVNET COMPUTER                        CFS                   830
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS               CFS                 5,042
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS               CFS                 1,234
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER STANDARD                      CFS                 2,022
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                11,067
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                   951
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                 8,262
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                67,252
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               DATAFLEX CORPORATION                  CFS                 2,074
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS               CFS                 1,819
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVANCED MODULAR                      CFS                34,904
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVANCED MODULAR                      CFS                23,295
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVANCED MODULAR                      CFS                 4,671
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVANCED MODULAR                      CFS                27,912
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVANCED MODULAR                      CFS                11,760
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               WORKSTAT                              CFS                 3,971
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CPU                                   CFS                 8,915
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               THE ERGONOMIC GROUP                   CFS                21,649
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               SIMPACT ASSOCIATES, INC               CFS                 6,003
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               WORKSTAT                              CFS                 4,724
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CPU                                   CFS                 3,198
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 5,006
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,584
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               NCI                                   CFS                 1,951
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               NETWORK                               CFS                 9,414
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVMOD                                CFS                 7,074
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               SOCRATES                              CFS                 3,236
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               SCM                                   CFS                 2,352
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ICON                                  CFS                   877
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO SYSTEMS, INC                    CFS                 5,026
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               DATAFLEX CORPORATION                  CFS                 1,035
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO                                 CFS                32,748
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO                                 CFS                21,719
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVMOD                                CFS                 4,308
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               SCM                                   CFS                 4,709
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               SCM                                   CFS                 2,352
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 1,639
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 3,699
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 4,892
GSB-Swaps                                ADVMOD                                CFS                 2,163
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CPU                                   CFS                   619
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,082
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVMOD                                CFS                 5,846
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVMOD                                CFS                 1,949
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               LIGHTWAVE                             CFS                   541
GSB-Swaps                                ADVMOD                                CFS                 3,897
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               THE ERGONOMIC GROUP                   CFS                   732
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               THE ERGONOMIC GROUP                   CFS                18,714
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVMOD                                CFS                 2,163
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVMOD                                CFS                 1,949
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               SCM                                   CFS                 2,352
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               NYSE                                  CFS                 1,744
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER STANDARD                      CFS                   989
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                70,146
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 5,144
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS               225,636
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 1,616
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS               106,959
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                87,683
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                31,110
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 5,588
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                   884
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                35,073
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 3,429
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                75,212
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                68,346
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 1,077
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 9,715
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 6,241
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                71,306
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                58,455
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                20,740
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 3,726
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                   589
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                40,285
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 1,641
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 1,839
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 1,519
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 6,674
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 1,526
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 3,633
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                17,161
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 3,694
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                40,209
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 5,487
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                12,447
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                   636
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 7,397
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS                 3,191
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER STANDARD                      CFS                 7,170
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER STANDARD                      CFS                   631
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               DATAFLEX CORPORATION                  CFS                   813
GSB-CF Kross                             ENTEX                                 CFS                 1,080
GSB-CF Kross                             ENTEX                                 CFS                 4,190
GSB-CF Kross                             ENTEX                                 CFS                 2,330
GSB-CF Kross                             ENTEX                                 CFS                   965
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,135
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO                                 CFS                 2,762
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               PIONEER                               CFS               318,725
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 2,762
GSB-Swaps                                DATAFL                                CFS                   608
                                         ERGONOMIC                             CFS                   898
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,044
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 4,773
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,119
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 2,155
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                   597
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,789
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 5,963
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,789
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 5,964
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 2,981
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,130
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 5,507
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                   610
Agencies                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,697
Agencies                                 CISCO                                 CFS                   766
Agencies                                 CISCO                                 CFS                   636
Agencies                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 2,120
Agencies                                 CISCO                                 CFS                   636
Agencies                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 2,121
Agencies                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,060
Agencies                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,958
CANTOR DIGITAL SPEED(B-AV007)            CISCO                                 CFS                 2,578
Communications-NY                        CISCO                                 CFS                 2,015
Communications-NY                        CISCO                                 CFS                   910
Communications-NY                        CISCO                                 CFS                   755
Communications-NY                        CISCO                                 CFS                 2,518
Communications-NY                        CISCO                                 CFS                   755
Communications-NY                        CISCO                                 CFS                 2,518
Communications-NY                        CISCO                                 CFS                 1,259
Communications-NY                        CISCO                                 CFS                 2,325
Communications-NY                        CORP COMP                             CFS                 2,336
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                CISCO                                 CFS                   742
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                CISCO                                 CFS                   928
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                CISCO                                 CFS                   928
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                CISCO                                 CFS                   857
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   CISCO                                 CFS                   636
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   CISCO                                 CFS                   795
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   CISCO                                 CFS                   795
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   CISCO                                 CFS                   734
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              CISCO                                 CFS                   530
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              CISCO                                 CFS                   663
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              CISCO                                 CFS                   663
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              CISCO                                 CFS                   612
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,167
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            CISCO                                 CFS                   527
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,458
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,458
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            CISCO                                 CFS                   729
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,346
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    CISCO                                 CFS                   848
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    CISCO                                 CFS                 1,060
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    CISCO                                 CFS                 1,060
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    CISCO                                 CFS                   530
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    CISCO                                 CFS                   979
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           CISCO                                 CFS                   742
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           CISCO                                 CFS                   928
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           CISCO                                 CFS                   928
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           CISCO                                 CFS                   857
Corporate Bonds-Support                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,061
Corporate Bonds-Support                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,325
Corporate Bonds-Support                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,325
Corporate Bonds-Support                  CISCO                                 CFS                   663
Corporate Bonds-Support                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,224
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        CISCO                                 CFS                   530
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        CISCO                                 CFS                   663
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        CISCO                                 CFS                   663
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        CISCO                                 CFS                   612
Corporate-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,803
Corporate-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                   814
Corporate-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                   676
Corporate-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                 2,253
Corporate-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                   676
Corporate-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                 2,253
Corporate-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,126
Corporate-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                 2,080
Credit                                   CISCO                                 CFS                   848
Credit                                   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,060
Credit                                   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,060
Credit                                   CISCO                                 CFS                   530
Credit                                   CISCO                                 CFS                   979
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             ERGONOMIC                             CFS                   668
Environmental (EBS)-San Francisco        CISCO                                 CFS                   530
Environmental (EBS)-San Francisco        CISCO                                 CFS                   530
Equity Screen Brokerage                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,061
Equity Screen Brokerage                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,325
Equity Screen Brokerage                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,325
Equity Screen Brokerage                  CISCO                                 CFS                   663
Equity Screen Brokerage                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,224
Equity Screen Brokerage                  CISCO                                 CFS                 2,350
Equity Screen Brokerage                  ERGONOMIC                             CFS                   676
FX Forward Mark                          CISCO                                 CFS                   742
FX Forward Mark                          CISCO                                 CFS                   928
FX Forward Mark                          CISCO                                 CFS                   928
FX Forward Mark                          CISCO                                 CFS                   857
FX Forward Mark                          ERGONOMIC                             CFS                   509
FX Forward Yen                           CISCO                                 CFS                   955
FX Forward Yen                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,193
FX Forward Yen                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,193
FX Forward Yen                           CISCO                                 CFS                   596
FX Forward Yen                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,101
FX Forward Yen                           ERGONOMIC                             CFS                   509
FX Forward Yen                           ITS                                   CFS                46,344
FX Forward Yen                           ITS                                   CFS                59,598
FX Options-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 2,121
FX Options-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                   958
FX Options-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                   795
FX Options-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 2,650
FX Options-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                   795
FX Options-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 2,651
FX Options-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,325
FX Options-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                   502
FX Options-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 2,447
FX Options-NY                            ERGONOMIC                             CFS                   511
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 3,960
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               EN POINTE                             CFS                   533
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               SCM                                   CFS                   856
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               RECOM                                 CFS                   778
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               RECOM                                 CFS                   971
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                   534
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,439
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                   572
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,102
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                   914
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                 3,048
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                   914
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                 3,048
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,524
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                   578
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,814
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                   673
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 3,076
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                   721
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,389
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,153
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 3,843
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,153
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 3,844
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,921
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                   728
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 3,549
GSB-CF Kross                             ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 6,310
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                 1,322
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                 6,045
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                 1,417
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                 2,730
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                   756
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                 2,266
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                 7,553
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                 2,266
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                 7,555
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                 3,777
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                 1,432
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                 6,975
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                   773
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                   998
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 4,561
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,069
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 2,059
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                   570
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,710
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 5,698
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,710
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 5,699
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 2,849
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,080
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 5,262
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                   583
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO                                 CFS                   848
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,060
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,060
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO                                 CFS                   530
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO                                 CFS                   979
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,090
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                 4,985
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,168
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,251
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                   623
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,869
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                 6,228
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,869
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                 6,230
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                 3,114
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,180
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                 5,751
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                   637
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,137
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                 5,197
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,218
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                 2,347
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                   650
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,948
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                 6,493
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,948
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                 6,495
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                 3,247
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,231
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                 5,996
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                   664
GSB-Spread Brokerage                     CISCO                                 CFS                   742
GSB-Spread Brokerage                     CISCO                                 CFS                   928
GSB-Spread Brokerage                     CISCO                                 CFS                   928
GSB-Spread Brokerage                     CISCO                                 CFS                   857
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,909
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                   862
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                   716
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,385
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                   716
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,386
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,193
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,203
GSB-Volume Control                       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,061
GSB-Volume Control                       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,325
GSB-Volume Control                       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,325
GSB-Volume Control                       CISCO                                 CFS                   663
GSB-Volume Control                       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,224
GSB-Zeros                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,273
GSB-Zeros                                CISCO                                 CFS                   575
GSB-Zeros                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,590
GSB-Zeros                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,591
GSB-Zeros                                CISCO                                 CFS                   795
GSB-Zeros                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,468
Human Resources-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                   742
Human Resources-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                   928
Human Resources-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                   928
Human Resources-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                   857
IES                                      CISCO                                 CFS                   636
IES                                      CISCO                                 CFS                   795
IES                                      CISCO                                 CFS                   795
IES                                      CISCO                                 CFS                   734
IRS-CM IR Options                        CISCO                                 CFS                 1,061
IRS-CM IR Options                        CISCO                                 CFS                 1,325
IRS-CM IR Options                        CISCO                                 CFS                 1,325
IRS-CM IR Options                        CISCO                                 CFS                   663
IRS-CM IR Options                        CISCO                                 CFS                 1,224
IRS-CM Mediums                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,167
IRS-CM Mediums                           CISCO                                 CFS                   527
IRS-CM Mediums                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,458
IRS-CM Mediums                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,458
IRS-CM Mediums                           CISCO                                 CFS                   729
IRS-CM Mediums                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,346
IRS-CM Mediums                           ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,311
IRS-CM Mediums                           ITS                                   CFS                28,733
IRS-CM Mediums                           ITS                                   CFS                36,951
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,697
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           CISCO                                 CFS                   766
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           CISCO                                 CFS                   636
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           CISCO                                 CFS                 2,120
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           CISCO                                 CFS                   636
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           CISCO                                 CFS                 2,121
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,060
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,958
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           ITS                                   CFS                28,733
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           ITS                                   CFS                36,951
Legal-NY                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,061
Legal-NY                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,325
Legal-NY                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,325
Legal-NY                                 CISCO                                 CFS                   663
Legal-NY                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,224
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                 2,280
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                 2,280
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                 9,120
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,064
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                 5,168
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                 2,584
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                 9,120
Marketing-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                   530
Marketing-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                   663
Marketing-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                   663
Marketing-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                   612
MBSB-ARMS                                CISCO                                 CFS                   530
MBSB-ARMS                                CISCO                                 CFS                   530
MBSB-CMOS                                CISCO                                 CFS                   530
MBSB-CMOS                                CISCO                                 CFS                   663
MBSB-CMOS                                CISCO                                 CFS                   663
MBSB-CMOS                                CISCO                                 CFS                   612
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                   534
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,439
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                   572
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,102
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                   914
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                 3,048
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                   914
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                 3,048
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,524
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                   578
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,814
MBSB-GNMA                                ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,012
MBSB-STRIPS                              CISCO                                 CFS                   636
MBSB-STRIPS                              CISCO                                 CFS                   795
MBSB-STRIPS                              CISCO                                 CFS                   795
MBSB-STRIPS                              CISCO                                 CFS                   734
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       CISCO                                 CFS                   955
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,193
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,193
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       CISCO                                 CFS                   596
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,101
MMI-NY                                   CISCO                                 CFS                   955
MMI-NY                                   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,193
MMI-NY                                   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,193
MMI-NY                                   CISCO                                 CFS                   596
MMI-NY                                   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,101
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      CISCO                                 CFS                 1,278
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      CISCO                                 CFS                   848
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      CISCO                                 CFS                 1,060
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      CISCO                                 CFS                 1,060
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      CISCO                                 CFS                   530
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      CISCO                                 CFS                   979
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,278
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  CISCO                                 CFS                   742
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  CISCO                                 CFS                   928
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  CISCO                                 CFS                   928
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  CISCO                                 CFS                   857
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             CISCO                                 CFS                 2,740
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             CISCO                                 CFS                   779
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             CISCO                                 CFS                   775
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,167
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             CISCO                                 CFS                   527
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,458
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,458
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             CISCO                                 CFS                   729
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,346
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                 2,557
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                   727
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                   724
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,591
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                   718
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                   596
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,988
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                   596
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,988
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                   994
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,836
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                         CISCO                                 CFS                 1,278
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                   812
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                 3,712
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                   870
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,676
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,391
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                 4,638
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,391
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                 4,639
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                 2,319
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                   879
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                 4,283
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                 1,694
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                 7,742
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                 1,815
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                 3,496
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                   968
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                 2,902
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                 9,673
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                 2,902
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                 9,676
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                 4,837
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                 1,833
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                 8,933
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                   990
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    EN POINTE                             CFS                   531
OTC Options-NY                           CISCO                                 CFS                   955
OTC Options-NY                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,193
OTC Options-NY                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,193
OTC Options-NY                           CISCO                                 CFS                   596
OTC Options-NY                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,101
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,560
Systems-NY                               HDS                                   CFS                   663
Systems-NY                               HDS                                   CFS                 4,342
Systems-NY                               ENTEX                                 CFS                   523
Systems-NY                               ENTEX                                 CFS                   955
Systems-NY                               ENTEX                                 CFS                 2,974
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,067
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                11,680
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,048
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,349
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 9,344
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                   766
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,065
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                   996
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,360
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,336
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,806
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                   911
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 4,971
Systems-NY                               MTI                                   CFS                49,019
Systems-NY                               BARRY ELEC                            CFS                 2,030
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 2,390
Systems-NY                               HPTRNG                                CFS                 2,430
Systems-NY                               BOXHILL                               CFS                 2,165
Systems-NY                               BOXHILL                               CFS                 1,997
Systems-NY                               BOXHILL                               CFS                 1,348
                                         CISCO                                 CFS                 6,291
                                         ERGONOMIC                             CFS                   898
Agencies                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,432
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/disc       IPC INFORMATION SYSTEMS               CFS                 3,202
Equity Screen Brokerage                  CISCO                                 CFS                 4,737
Equity Screen Brokerage                  ERGONOMIC                             CFS                   676
Euro's London                            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,808
FX Forward Mark                          CISCO                                 CFS                 3,567
FX Forward Mark                          ERGONOMIC                             CFS                   509
FX Forward Yen                           CISCO                                 CFS                 3,567
FX Forward Yen                           ERGONOMIC                             CFS                   509
FX Options-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 3,575
FX Options-NY                            ERGONOMIC                             CFS                   511
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO                                 CFS                27,734
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 3,960
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,163
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO                                 CFS                   507
IRS-CM Mediums                           CISCO                                 CFS                 9,179
IRS-CM Mediums                           ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,311
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                 7,085
MBSB-GNMA                                ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,012
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                         CISCO                                 CFS                 2,970
OTC Options-NY                           IPC INFORMATION SYSTEMS               CFS                 6,339
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,520
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,559
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                18,706
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                   502
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                   703
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                   795
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,336
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 4,246
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,186
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,270
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,288
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                   890
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 5,153
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,294
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,553
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 3,842
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 5,252
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,286
Systems-NY                               SCM                                   CFS                20,466
Systems-NY                               AVNET                                 CFS                 2,490
Systems-NY                               AVNET                                 CFS                 1,949
Systems-NY                               AVNET                                 CFS                 2,531
Systems-NY                               AVNET                                 CFS                 1,378
Systems-NY                               AVNET                                 CFS                 2,539
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 1,900
Systems-NY                               PIONEER                               CFS                 1,589
Systems-NY                               PIONEER                               CFS                 1,589
Systems-NY                               MICROWARE                             CFS                   857
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 3,185
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                10,743
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                   530
Accounting-NY                            NETWORK                               CFS                 1,230
Accounting-NY                            SUNMICRO                              CFS                 6,597
Accounting-NY                            SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,276
Agencies                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,132
Agencies                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 3,820
Agencies                                 SUNMICRO                              CFS                 2,346
Art-NY                                   CISCO                                 CFS                   716
Business Administration                  CISCO                                 CFS                   716
COMMUNICATIONS (SUSPENSE)(B-BP100)       IPC INFORMATION SYSTEMS               CFS                 5,597
Communications-NY                        CISCO                                 CFS                 1,132
Communications-NY                        CISCO                                 CFS                 3,820
Communications-NY                        SUNMICRO                              CFS                 2,346
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,671
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,026
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,432
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   SUNMICRO                              CFS                   880
Corporate Bonds-High level Transaction   CISCO                                 CFS                   716
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              CISCO                                 CFS                 1,194
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              SUNMICRO                              CFS                   733
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            CISCO                                 CFS                   779
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            CISCO                                 CFS                 2,626
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,613
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    CISCO                                 CFS                   566
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    CISCO                                 CFS                 1,910
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,173
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,671
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,026
Corporate Bonds-Support                  CISCO                                 CFS                   708
Corporate Bonds-Support                  CISCO                                 CFS                 2,387
Corporate Bonds-Support                  SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,466
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        CISCO                                 CFS                 1,194
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        SUNMICRO                              CFS                   733
Corporate-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,203
Corporate-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                 4,059
Corporate-NY                             SUNMICRO                              CFS                 2,492
Credit                                   CISCO                                 CFS                   566
Credit                                   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,910
Credit                                   SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,173
Environmental (EBS)-San Francisco        CISCO                                 CFS                   955
Environmental (EBS)-San Francisco        SUNMICRO                              CFS                   586
Equity Screen Brokerage                  CISCO                                 CFS                   708
Equity Screen Brokerage                  CISCO                                 CFS                 2,387
Equity Screen Brokerage                  SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,466
FX Forward Mark                          CISCO                                 CFS                 1,671
FX Forward Mark                          SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,026
FX Forward Yen                           CISCO                                 CFS                   637
FX Forward Yen                           CISCO                                 CFS                 2,149
FX Forward Yen                           SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,319
FX Options-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,416
FX Options-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 4,775
FX Options-NY                            NETWORK                               CFS                   547
FX Options-NY                            SUNMICRO                              CFS                 2,932
FX Options-NY                            SUNMICRO                              CFS                   567
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               MIDWEST SYSTEMS                       CFS                 2,095
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               MIDWEST SYSTEMS                       CFS                 1,973
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,628
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                 5,491
GSB-Bills                                NETWORK                               CFS                   629
GSB-Bills                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                 3,372
GSB-Bills                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                   652
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 2,053
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 6,924
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 5,690
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                   819
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 2,118
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                   985
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,229
GSB-CF Kross                             NETWORK                               CFS                   793
GSB-CF Kross                             SUNMICRO                              CFS                 4,251
GSB-CF Kross                             SUNMICRO                              CFS                   822
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                 4,034
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                13,608
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                   671
GSB-Intermediate                         NETWORK                               CFS                 1,559
GSB-Intermediate                         NETWORK                               CFS                   508
GSB-Intermediate                         SUNMICRO                              CFS                 8,356
GSB-Intermediate                         SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,616
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 3,043
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                10,266
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                   506
GSB-Long                                 NETWORK                               CFS                 1,176
GSB-Long                                 SUNMICRO                              CFS                 6,304
GSB-Long                                 SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,219
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO                                 CFS                   566
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,910
GSB-Odd Lots                             SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,173
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                 3,327
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                11,221
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                   553
GSB-Short                                NETWORK                               CFS                 1,285
GSB-Short                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                 6,890
GSB-Short                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,332
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                 3,468
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                11,698
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                   577
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   NETWORK                               CFS                 1,340
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   SUNMICRO                              CFS                 7,183
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,389
GSB-Spread Brokerage                     CISCO                                 CFS                 1,671
GSB-Spread Brokerage                     SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,026
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,274
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 4,297
GSB-Swaps                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                 2,639
GSB-Swaps                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                   510
GSB-Volume Control                       CISCO                                 CFS                   708
GSB-Volume Control                       CISCO                                 CFS                 2,387
GSB-Volume Control                       SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,466
GSB-Zeros                                CISCO                                 CFS                   849
GSB-Zeros                                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,865
GSB-Zeros                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,759
Human Resources-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,671
Human Resources-NY                       SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,026
IRS-CM IR Options                        CISCO                                 CFS                   708
IRS-CM IR Options                        CISCO                                 CFS                 2,387
IRS-CM IR Options                        SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,466
IRS-CM Mediums                           CISCO                                 CFS                   779
IRS-CM Mediums                           CISCO                                 CFS                 2,626
IRS-CM Mediums                           SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,613
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,062
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           CISCO                                 CFS                 3,581
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           SUNMICRO                              CFS                 2,199
Legal-NY                                 CISCO                                 CFS                   708
Legal-NY                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 2,387
Legal-NY                                 SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,466
Marketing-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,194
Marketing-NY                             SUNMICRO                              CFS                   733
MBSB-ARMS                                CISCO                                 CFS                   955
MBSB-ARMS                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                   586
MBSB-CMOS                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,194
MBSB-CMOS                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                   733
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,628
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                 5,491
MBSB-GNMA                                NETWORK                               CFS                   629
MBSB-GNMA                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                 3,372
MBSB-GNMA                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                   652
MBSB-REGIONALS                           CISCO                                 CFS                   716
MBSB-STRIPS                              CISCO                                 CFS                 1,432
MBSB-STRIPS                              SUNMICRO                              CFS                   880
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       CISCO                                 CFS                   637
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       CISCO                                 CFS                 2,149
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,319
MMI-NY                                   CISCO                                 CFS                   637
MMI-NY                                   CISCO                                 CFS                 2,149
MMI-NY                                   SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,319
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      CISCO                                 CFS                   566
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      CISCO                                 CFS                 1,910
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,173
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,671
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,026
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             CISCO                                 CFS                   779
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             CISCO                                 CFS                 2,626
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,613
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                   708
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                 2,387
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,466
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                         CISCO                                 CFS                   716
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                 2,477
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                 8,356
Office Services-NY                       NETWORK                               CFS                   957
Office Services-NY                       SUNMICRO                              CFS                 5,131
Office Services-NY                       SUNMICRO                              CFS                   992
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                 5,167
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                17,428
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                   859
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    NETWORK                               CFS                 1,996
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    NETWORK                               CFS                   650
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    SUNMICRO                              CFS                10,701
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    SUNMICRO                              CFS                 2,070
OTC Options-NY                           CISCO                                 CFS                   637
OTC Options-NY                           CISCO                                 CFS                 2,149
OTC Options-NY                           SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,319
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,663
Systems-NY                               CISCO                                 CFS                 4,453
Systems-NY                               ADVMOD                                CFS                 1,949
Systems-NY                               ELECTRO                               CFS                 1,342
Systems-NY                               BARRY ELEC                            CFS                 6,766
Systems-NY                               MIDWEST SYSTEMS                       CFS                 7,629
Tax-NY                                   CISCO                                 CFS                   716
                                         CISCO                                 CFS                 1,802
                                         CISCO                                 CFS                 3,104
                                         CISCO                                 CFS                 3,095
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                11,117
Accounting-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 5,695
Agencies                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 2,582
Agencies                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 3,630
Agencies                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,860
Art-NY                                   CISCO                                 CFS                   681
Business Administration                  CISCO                                 CFS                   681
Communications-NY                        CISCO                                 CFS                 2,550
Communications-NY                        CISCO                                 CFS                 1,860
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,588
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                CISCO                                 CFS                   814
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,361
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   CISCO                                 CFS                   697
Corporate Bonds-High level Transaction   CISCO                                 CFS                   681
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              CISCO                                 CFS                 1,134
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              CISCO                                 CFS                   581
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            CISCO                                 CFS                 2,722
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,395
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    CISCO                                 CFS                 2,042
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    CISCO                                 CFS                 1,046
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,588
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           CISCO                                 CFS                   814
Corporate Bonds-New Issues\Regionals     CISCO                                 CFS                   681
Corporate Bonds-out of town              CISCO                                 CFS                 1,035
Corporate Bonds-out of town              CISCO                                 CFS                 1,032
Corporate Bonds-Support                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,361
Corporate Bonds-Support                  CISCO                                 CFS                   697
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        CISCO                                 CFS                 1,134
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        CISCO                                 CFS                   581
Corporate-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                 4,084
Corporate-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                 2,092
Credit                                   CISCO                                 CFS                 2,496
Credit                                   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,279
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFS                 2,069
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFS                 2,063
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFS                 2,762
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFS                 7,033
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFS                 3,603
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             ADVMOD                                CFS                 9,743
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             ADVMOD                                CFS                15,588
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             ADVMOD                                CFS                 1,949
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             JENCOM                                CFS                   776
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             JENCOM                                CFS                   691
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             LIGHTWAVE                             CFS                 1,463
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             NETWORK                               CFS                 6,684
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              CISCO                                 CFS                 2,069
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              CISCO                                 CFS                 2,063
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              CISCO                                 CFS                 2,722
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              CISCO                                 CFS                 1,395
Environmental (EBS)                      ADVMOD                                CFS                 2,368
Environmental (EBS)                      ADVMOD                                CFS                 1,949
Environmental (EBS)                      ADVMOD                                CFS                 1,949
Environmental (EBS)                      ADVMOD                                CFS                 6,966
Equity Screen Brokerage                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,035
Equity Screen Brokerage                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,032
Equity Screen Brokerage                  CISCO                                 CFS                 3,403
Equity Screen Brokerage                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,744
Euro's London                            CISCO                                 CFS                   780
FX Forward Mark                          CISCO                                 CFS                   900
FX Forward Mark                          CISCO                                 CFS                 2,762
FX Forward Mark                          CISCO                                 CFS                 2,550
FX Forward Mark                          CISCO                                 CFS                   814
FX Forward Mark                          ADVMOD                                CFS                 1,949
FX Forward Yen                           CISCO                                 CFS                   902
FX Forward Yen                           CISCO                                 CFS                 2,042
FX Forward Yen                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,046
FX Forward Yen                           ADVMOD                                CFS                 1,949
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   CISCO                                 CFS                  (227)
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   CISCO                                 CFS                    (6)
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   CISCO                                 CFS                  (581)
FX Options-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 4,084
FX Options-NY                            CISCO                                 CFS                 2,092
FX Options-NY                            ADVMOD                                CFS                 1,949
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO                                 CFS                 7,801
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO                                 CFS                11,382
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO                                 CFS                11,349
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO                                 CFS                 2,762
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVMOD                                CFS                 1,949
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ADVMOD                                CFS                 3,897
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                 4,537
GSB-Bills                                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,325
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 6,126
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                 3,138
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                13,974
GSB-Intermediate                         CISCO                                 CFS                 6,625
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                10,302
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 4,766
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO                                 CFS                 2,042
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,046
GSB-Proprietary Desk                     CISCO                                 CFS                 1,134
GSB-Proprietary Desk                     CISCO                                 CFS                   581
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                11,905
GSB-Short                                CISCO                                 CFS                 5,114
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                10,890
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   CISCO                                 CFS                 5,579
GSB-Spread Brokerage                     CISCO                                 CFS                 1,361
GSB-Spread Brokerage                     CISCO                                 CFS                   697
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 6,234
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,208
GSB-Volume Control                       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,361
GSB-Volume Control                       CISCO                                 CFS                   697
GSB-Zeros                                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,722
GSB-Zeros                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,395
Human Resources-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,588
Human Resources-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                   814
IES                                      CISCO                                 CFS                 1,588
IES                                      CISCO                                 CFS                   814
IRS-CM IR Options                        CISCO                                 CFS                 2,042
IRS-CM IR Options                        CISCO                                 CFS                 1,046
IRS-CM Mediums                           CISCO                                 CFS                 2,949
IRS-CM Mediums                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,511
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           CISCO                                 CFS                 4,084
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           CISCO                                 CFS                 2,092
IRS-LONDON FRA                           CISCO                                 CFS                 3,176
IRS-LONDON FRA                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,627
Legal-NY                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 3,176
Legal-NY                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,627
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                 2,762
Marketing-NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                   907
MBSB-ARMS                                CISCO                                 CFS                   681
MBSB-CMOS                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,134
MBSB-CMOS                                CISCO                                 CFS                   581
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,802
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                 5,218
MBSB-GNMA                                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,673
MBSB-REGIONALS                           CISCO                                 CFS                   681
MBSB-STRIPS                              CISCO                                 CFS                 1,361
MBSB-STRIPS                              CISCO                                 CFS                   697
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       CISCO                                 CFS                 2,042
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,046
MMI-NY                                   CISCO                                 CFS                 2,042
MMI-NY                                   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,046
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      CISCO                                 CFS                 1,815
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      CISCO                                 CFS                   930
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  CISCO                                 CFS                 1,588
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  CISCO                                 CFS                   814
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             CISCO                                 CFS                 2,949
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,511
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                 2,042
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,046
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                         ADVMOD                                CFS                 1,949
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                 8,167
Office Services-NY                       CISCO                                 CFS                 4,184
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                18,604
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    CISCO                                 CFS                 9,531
OTC Options-NY                           CISCO                                 CFS                 2,042
OTC Options-NY                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,046
Projects                                 CISCO                                 CFS                   907
Systems-NY                               LIGHTWAVE                             CFS                 1,463
Systems-NY                               ELECTRO                               CFS                   801
Tax-NY                                   CISCO                                 CFS                 1,361
Tax-NY                                   CISCO                                 CFS                   697
Training Dept. General                   CISCO                                 CFS                 4,537
Training Dept. General                   CISCO                                 CFS                 2,325
Accounting-NY                            SUNMICRO                              CFS                 5,896
Accounting-NY                            SUNMICRO                              CFS                   964
Accounting-NY                            SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,027
Accounting-NY                            SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,274
Agencies                                 SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,925
Communications-NY                        ENTEX                                 CFS                 2,291
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                SUNMICRO                              CFS                   842
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   SUNMICRO                              CFS                   722
Corporate Bonds-Industrials              SUNMICRO                              CFS                   602
Corporate Bonds-Intermediates            SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,444
Corporate Bonds-Junks                    SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,083
Corporate Bonds-Med Term Notes           SUNMICRO                              CFS                   842
Corporate Bonds-Support                  SUNMICRO                              CFS                   722
Corporate Bonds-Utilities/tel/ret        SUNMICRO                              CFS                   602
Credit                                   SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,324
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFS                 8,286
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             SUNMICRO                              CFS                 3,730
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             SUNMICRO                              CFS                   610
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             SUNMICRO                              CFS                   650
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             SUNMICRO                              CFS                   806
Emerging Markets Euro Bonds              SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,444
Equity Screen Brokerage                  SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,805
FX Forward Mark                          CISCO                                 CFS                 2,762
FX Forward Mark                          SUNMICRO                              CFS                   842
FX Forward Yen                           SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,083
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   SUNMICRO                              CFS                  (120)
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   SUNMICRO                              CFS                   (20)
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   SUNMICRO                              CFS                   (21)
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   SUNMICRO                              CFS                   (26)
FX Options-NY                            SUNMICRO                              CFS                 2,166
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO                                 CFS                12,783
GSB-Bills                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                 2,407
GSB-Bills                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                   520
GSB-CF Kross                             SUNMICRO                              CFS                 3,490
GSB-CF Kross                             SUNMICRO                              CFS                   570
GSB-CF Kross                             SUNMICRO                              CFS                   608
GSB-CF Kross                             SUNMICRO                              CFS                   754
GSB-Intermediate                         SUNMICRO                              CFS                 6,859
GSB-Intermediate                         SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,121
GSB-Intermediate                         SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,194
GSB-Intermediate                         SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,482
GSB-Long                                 CISCO                                 CFS                 2,762
GSB-Long                                 SUNMICRO                              CFS                 4,934
GSB-Long                                 SUNMICRO                              CFS                   806
GSB-Long                                 SUNMICRO                              CFS                   859
GSB-Long                                 SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,066
GSB-Odd Lots                             SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,083
GSB-Proprietary Desk                     SUNMICRO                              CFS                   602
GSB-Short                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                 5,295
GSB-Short                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                   865
GSB-Short                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                   922
GSB-Short                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,144
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   SUNMICRO                              CFS                 5,776
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   SUNMICRO                              CFS                   944
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,006
GSB-Short/Intermediate                   SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,248
GSB-Spread Brokerage                     SUNMICRO                              CFS                   722
GSB-Swaps                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                 2,286
GSB-Volume Control                       SUNMICRO                              CFS                   722
GSB-Zeros                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,444
IRS-CM IR Options                        SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,083
IRS-CM Mediums                           SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,564
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           SUNMICRO                              CFS                 2,166
IRS-LONDON FRA                           SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,685
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                 2,762
MBSB-CMOS                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                   602
MBSB-GNMA                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                 2,768
MBSB-GNMA                                SUNMICRO                              CFS                   598
MBSB-STRIPS                              SUNMICRO                              CFS                   722
MBSB-SUPPORT STAFF                       SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,083
MMI-NY                                   SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,083
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      SUNMICRO                              CFS                   963
MUNIS-DOLLAR REVENUE-NY                  SUNMICRO                              CFS                   842
MUNIS-GENERAL OBLIGATIONS-NY             SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,564
MUNIS-NY & PR SERIALS & DOLLARS-NY       SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,083
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                         CISCO                                 CFS                 8,286
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    SUNMICRO                              CFS                 9,867
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,613
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,718
OPS-EQUITIES(B-BF200)                    SUNMICRO                              CFS                 2,133
OTC Options-NY                           SUNMICRO                              CFS                 1,083
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       SPARTAN ELECTRONICS, INC.             CFS                  (130)
Systems-NY                               ELECTRO                               CFS                 1,302
Communications-NY                        THE ANGELES GROUP INC                 CFS                26,018
Communications-NY                        THE ANGELES GROUP INC                 CFS                26,018
Communications-NY                        MICROAGE                              CFS                 7,610
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             JENCOM                                CFS                 1,047
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             JENCOM                                CFS                 1,176
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             JENCOM                                CFS                 1,040
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             JENCOM                                CFS                   526
Environmental (EBS)                      CISCO                                 CFS                 2,110
Equity Screen Brokerage                  CISCO                                 CFS                 2,110
FX Forward Yen                           CISCO                                 CFS                 1,711
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,715
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               JENCOM                                CFS                   955
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               EN POINTE                             CFS                   799
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO                                 CFS                 2,110
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 4,221
GSB-Swaps                                JENCOM                                CFS                   764
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                 8,160
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,632
Headcount all                            ERGONOMIC                             CFS                   725
Headcount all                            EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,581
Headcount all                            EN POINTE                             CFS                 5,162
Headcount all                            EN POINTE                             CFS                 4,592
Headcount all                            EN POINTE                             CFS                 7,684
Headcount all                            EN POINTE                             CFS                 5,122
Headcount all                            EN POINTE                             CFS                 5,252
Headcount all                            EN POINTE                             CFS                 9,145
Headcount NY                             CISCO                                 CFS                 6,184
Human Resources-NY                       SFTHOUSE                              CFS                   572
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                17,889
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                19,555
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                44,317
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                 2,767
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,694
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       JENCOM                                CFS                 2,673
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       EN POINTE                             CFS                   888
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,444
Project-Emerging Markets                 CISCO                                 CFS                 1,711
Systems-NY                               INFOTECH                              CFS                 1,714
Systems-NY                               INFOTECH                              CFS                 3,026
Systems-NY                               INFOTECH                              CFS                 7,179
Systems-NY                               CISCO                                 CFS               154,574
Systems-NY                               CISCO                                 CFS                 4,230
Systems-NY                               CISCO                                 CFS                 2,110
Systems-NY                               CISCO                                 CFS                 9,763
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 7,400
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 5,841
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,327
Systems-NY                               JENCOM                                CFS                 1,044
Systems-NY                               JENCOM                                CFS                   529
Systems-NY                               JENCOM                                CFS                   712
Systems-NY                               INACOM                                CFS                 8,886
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,866
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 3,116
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,246
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,196
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,081
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 3,791
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                   915
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 3,853
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 8,080
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 3,147
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,334
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,895
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,190
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 5,235
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 3,176
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                   665
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,892
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,869
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,185
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,130
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,130
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 5,152
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,485
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                   902
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 3,884
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 5,469
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,165
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,570
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,584
Systems-NY                               EXIDE                                 CFS                43,391
Systems-NY                               ELECTRO                               CFS                 1,368
Systems-NY                               SPARTAN                               CFS                 1,865
Systems-NY                               PIONEER                               CFS                   577
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 2,708
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 7,591
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 5,416
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 2,708
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 2,679
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 2,689
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 3,645
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                   973
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 5,376
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                   915
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 2,704
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                   930
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                   926
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                   926
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                   913
Systems-NY                               RECOM                                 CFS                11,762
Systems-NY                               MICROAGE                              CFS                 5,718
Systems-NY                               MICROAGE                              CFS                 2,859
Systems-NY                               MICROAGE                              CFS                 2,859
Systems-NY                               VANSTAR                               CFS                10,008
Systems-NY                               VANSTAR                               CFS                 2,803
Systems-NY                               VANSTAR                               CFS                 2,848
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             JENCOM                                CFS                (1,047)
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             JENCOM                                CFS                (1,176)
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                (4,896)
Headcount all                            EN POINTE                             CFS                (1,291)
Headcount all                            EN POINTE                             CFS                (3,872)
Headcount all                            EN POINTE                             CFS                (4,592)
Headcount all                            EN POINTE                             CFS                (5,122)
Headcount all                            EN POINTE                             CFS                (3,842)
Headcount all                            EN POINTE                             CFS                (6,859)
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS               (14,772)
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       EN POINTE                             CFS                (2,663)
Systems-NY                               CISCO                                 CFS              (154,574)
Systems-NY                               CISCO                                 CFS                (2,110)
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                (1,573)
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                (1,588)
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                  (946)
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                (1,869)
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                  (338)
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                (3,625)
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                (4,557)
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                  (582)
Systems-NY                               SPARTAN                               CFS                (1,865)
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                  (364)
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                (6,073)
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                (2,708)
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                (3,645)
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                  (486)
Accounting-NY                            MIDWEST SYSTEMS                       CFS                 6,129
Accounting-NY                            MIDWEST SYSTEMS                       CFS                 9,433
Accounting-NY                            EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,362
Accounting-NY                            EN POINTE                             CFS                 3,637
Accounting-NY                            EN POINTE                             CFS                 4,939
Agencies                                 EN POINTE                             CFS                 3,584
Communications-NY                        CORP COMP                             CFS                 9,434
Communications-NY                        FARMSTEAD TELEPHONE GROUP             CFS                 5,997
Communications-NY                        EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,325
Communications-NY                        SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 2,970
Communications-NY                        SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 2,342
Communications-NY                        SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 1,678
Communications-NY                        SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 2,122
Communications-NY                        MICROAGE                              CFS                 2,441
Corporate Bonds-Canadians                CISCO                                 CFS                 2,870
Corporate Bonds-Corp Convertible Bonds   JENCOM                                CFS                 1,482
Corporate Bonds-High level Transaction   CISCO                                 CFS                 3,179
Corporate Bonds-High level Transaction   JENCOM                                CFS                 1,032
Corporate Bonds-High level Transaction   JENCOM                                CFS                 1,036
Corporate Bonds-out of town              CISCO                                 CFS                 9,537
Corporate-NY                             EN POINTE                             CFS                 6,281
Corporate-NY                             EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,357
Corporate-NY                             EN POINTE                             CFS                 3,632
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,220
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFS                   661
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,960
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFS                 1,148
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFS                 5,134
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFS                 6,343
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFS                 6,358
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             CISCO                                 CFS                 5,740
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             JENCOM                                CFS                 2,064
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             JENCOM                                CFS                 1,036
FX Forward Yen                           CISCO                                 CFS                 3,172
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO                                 CFS                 1,711
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               CISCO                                 CFS                 6,343
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               JENCOM                                CFS                   575
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               JENCOM                                CFS                 2,064
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               JENCOM                                CFS                 1,036
GSB-CF Kross                             SFTHOUSE                              CFS                   620
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO                                 CFS                 3,172
GSB-Odd Lots                             CISCO                                 CFS                 3,179
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 1,711
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 9,515
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 3,179
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 3,193
GSB-Swaps                                CISCO                                 CFS                 5,740
GSB-Swaps                                JENCOM                                CFS                   767
Headcount all                            SIEMENS                               CFS                 7,460
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                   984
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,223
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                19,504
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                38,111
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                44,300
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                27,427
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                 5,386
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                 9,756
Headcount all                            ERGONOMIC                             CFS                   825
Headcount all                            ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 2,206
Headcount all                            ERGONOMIC                             CFS                14,714
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                32,481
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                16,247
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                16,256
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                21,127
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                11,375
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                16,247
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                 3,248
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                13,008
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                17,892
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                 1,654
Headcount all                            JENCOM                                CFS                 1,487
Headcount all                            JENCOM                                CFS                 2,580
Headcount all                            JENCOM                                CFS                 2,125
Headcount all                            JENCOM                                CFS                 5,986
Headcount all                            JENCOM                                CFS                 4,380
Headcount all                            JENCOM                                CFS                 3,619
Headcount all                            JENCOM                                CFS                12,165
Headcount all                            EN POINTE                             CFS                 1,291
Headcount all                            SYSTEMS                               CFS                   700
Headcount all                            NETWORK                               CFS                11,095
Headcount all                            NETWORK                               CFS                22,989
Headcount NY                             SFTHOUSE                              CFS                   591
Headcount NY                             ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 2,605
Headcount NY                             ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,275
Headcount NY                             EN POINTE                             CFS                 6,281
Headcount NY                             EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,357
Headcount NY                             EN POINTE                             CFS                 3,632
Headcount NY                             WESTCHESTER                           CFS                 4,705
Headcount UX                             SYSTEMS                               CFS                10,046
Headcount VX                             PIONEER                               CFS                 3,127
Headcount VX                             PIONEER                               CFS                 2,345
IES                                      BOXHILL                               CFS                14,070
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           CISCO                                 CFS                 3,172
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           ITS                                   CFS                 9,161
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                 9,750
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                 9,756
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       CISCO                                 CFS                 1,630
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      CISCO                                 CFS                 2,870
MUNIS-SUPPORT-NY                         CISCO                                 CFS                 2,870
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              RECOM                                 CFS                 3,317
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              RECOM                                 CFS                 1,730
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              RECOM                                 CFS                 2,163
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              RECOM                                 CFS                 3,321
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              RECOM                                 CFS                 3,245
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 9,089
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 6,545
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 3,273
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 8,972
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                19,692
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                20,535
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 2,781
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 1,831
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,877
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              ERGONOMIC                             CFS                11,782
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 3,429
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 1,630
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                22,202
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,696
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,837
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              ERGONOMIC                             CFS                11,742
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                15,896
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 6,385
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                17,220
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 1,397
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 1,640
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 9,759
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                   666
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 4,482
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 9,759
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 2,777
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                   592
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 1,972
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 3,426
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                   698
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                   820
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 4,879
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 4,482
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 4,879
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              CISCO                                 CFS                 1,388
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              SFTHOUSE                              CFS                   857
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              ADVMOD                                CFS                 5,056
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              JENCOM                                CFS                 1,087
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              JENCOM                                CFS                 1,036
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              JENCOM                                CFS                   522
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              JENCOM                                CFS                   767
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              JENCOM                                CFS                 1,637
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              JENCOM                                CFS                 2,168
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,020
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              EN POINTE                             CFS                16,276
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,663
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,034
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              ELECTRO                               CFS                   657
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              ELECTRO                               CFS                 2,048
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              ELECTRO                               CFS                 1,366
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              RECOM                                 CFS                 5,876
Systems-NY                               INFOTECH                              CFS                 1,958
Systems-NY                               CISCO                                 CFS                 1,711
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 3,687
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,825
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,802
Systems-NY                               JENCOM                                CFS                 4,859
Systems-NY                               JENCOM                                CFS                 2,453
Systems-NY                               JENCOM                                CFS                 1,061
Systems-NY                               JENCOM                                CFS                 1,032
Systems-NY                               JENCOM                                CFS                 1,637
Systems-NY                               JENCOM                                CFS                 1,084
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 3,836
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 9,301
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 5,558
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                   834
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                   920
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,859
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                   834
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 2,372
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 6,057
Systems-NY                               SYSTEMS                               CFS                   700
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                   693
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 1,082
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 4,684
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 2,407
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                   970
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 2,347
Systems-NY                               ELECTRO                               CFS                   679
Systems-NY                               ELECTRO                               CFS                   659
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                   537
Systems-NY                               BARRY                                 CFS                 4,059
Systems-NY                               BARRY                                 CFS                 4,059
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                   506
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                   749
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                   924
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 2,715
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 1,257
Systems-NY                               MICROAGE                              CFS                 3,626
Systems-NY                               VANSTAR                               CFS                (2,002)
Systems-NY                               VANSTAR                               CFS                 2,827
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 1,143
Systems-NY                               ADVMOD                                CFS                 9,790
Systems-NY                               JENCOM                                CFS                 1,146
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 2,365
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 1,082
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 2,356
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                   736
Systems-NY                               SPARTAN                               CFS                   559
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 1,810
Systems-NY                               MICROAGE                              CFS                 4,998
Systems-NY                               MICROAGE                              CFS                 1,342
Headcount NY                             EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,807
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              VANSTAR                               CFS                20,016
Systems-NY                               AUTO-TROL                             CFS                24,897
Systems-NY                               EN POINTE                             CFS                 2,298
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 1,623
Systems-NY                               SPARTAN                               CFS                 1,865
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                   999
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                   905
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                   980
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS                   574
Headcount NY                             EN POINTE                             CFS                 5,925
Systems-NY                               INFOTECH                              CFS                 6,162
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                   926
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 3,172
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 1,613
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 3,163
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                13,295
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 2,384
Systems-NY                               CISCO                                 CFS                 3,672
Systems-NY                               JENCOM                                CFS                   702
Systems-NY                               ASK                                   CFS                   682
Systems-NY                               AVNET                                 CFS                 3,449
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 2,372
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 1,202
Systems-NY                               BARRY                                 CFS                 2,030
Systems-NY                               BARRY                                 CFS                 6,089
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 4,134
Systems-NY                               TELELINE                              CFS                10,836
LONDON OFF THE RUNS (OTR)(B-6D000)       JENCOM                                CFS                 1,910
Office Services-NY                       EN POINTE                             CFS                 5,925
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       ADVMOD                                CFS                 1,632
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 1,143
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              VANSTAR                               CFS                20,016
Systems-Mercury Teledata-NY              MICROAGE                              CFS                 2,407
Systems-NY                               ENTEX INFO. SERVICES, INC             CFS                 6,582
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                13,408
Systems-NY                               ADVMOD                                CFS                 3,263
Systems-NY                               JENCOM                                CFS                   926
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 2,365
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                 2,356
Systems-NY                               SFTHOUSE                              CFS                   736
Systems-NY                               CORP COMP                             CFS                 2,715
Systems-NY                               MICROAGE                              CFS                 4,998
Systems-NY                               MICROAGE                              CFS                 1,342
CANTOR DIGITAL SPEED(B-AV007)            IBM                                   CFS                 2,430
ITD-Sales General                        SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFS                   772
SYSTEMS DATA LINES(B-BA100)              Conrac Technology, Inc.               CFS                16,951
Systems-NY                               Visigenic Software Inc.               CFS                25,306
Systems-NY                               SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFS                 1,989
Systems-NY                               SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFS                 4,717
Systems-NY                               SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFS                 7,850
Systems-NY                               SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFS                   867
Systems-NY                               Neoware Systems, Inc.                 CFS                   778
Systems-NY                               INFO TECH                             CFS                   971
Systems-NY                               GEO Train Corporation                 CFS                 1,895
Systems-NY                               BARRY ELECTRONICS CORP.               CFS                 4,059
Systems-NY                               INMAC                                 CFS                 1,298
Systems-NY                               MASTERING COMPUTERS, INC.             CFS                 2,190
ITD-Chicago                              SYSTEMS                               CFS                 7,231
MMI-NY                                   SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFS                 2,313
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       VARIOUS                               CFS                   424
Systems-NY                               VARIOUS                               CFS                   327
Systems-NY                               SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFS                41,742
Systems-NY                               CISCO                                 CFS                32,476
Systems-NY                               Jencom                                CFS                 3,128
Tax-NY                                   Computer Language                     CFS                13,341
Systems-NY                               Software House                        CFS                 2,464
Systems-NY                               ERGONOMIC                             CFS                 4,411
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       TELELINE                              CFS                22,570
Systems-NY                               REUTERS                               CFS                   974
Canadians Coupons-Toronto                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (400)
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,500
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 3,600
GSB-Odd Lots                             INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,800
GSB-Swaps                                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,800)
GSB-Swaps                                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (3,200)
GSB-Swaps                                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   (25)
MBSB-GNMA                                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   800
MBSB-GNMA                                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                    25
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (400)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (160)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                     -
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (160)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,500)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,200)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   300
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   100
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,600
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   (60)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (2,000)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,600)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   200
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                     -
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,600
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,200
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                     -
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   400
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,400
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   500
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   (75)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   100
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   (40)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   150
                                         INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,258)
Canadians Coupons-Toronto                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   629
CONNECTICUT SALES GENERAL                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,257
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   629
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                     1
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,557
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                    84
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (629)
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,433
GSB-CF Kross                             INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   629
GSB-CF Kross                             INFOTECH                              CFS                 2,443
GSB-CURVE(B-63CUR)                       INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,257
GSB-Odd Lots                             INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,049
GSB-Swaps                                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,257
GSB-Swaps                                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (384)
Headcount all                            CISCO                                 CFS               (40,000)
IRS-CM Mediums                           INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,049
IRS-CM SS/FRAS                           INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (629)
LDC Options                              INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,258
Munis NY PR                              ERGONOMIC GROUP                       CFS                 2,930
MUNIS-BID WANTED-NY                      INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,257)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (496)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,196)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (2,515)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,557)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (3,255)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 3,594
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   516
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,562)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 2,112
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,436)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   981
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                    58
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   726
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   (84)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (629)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (3,146)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                    83
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,266)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   (92)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (146)
                                         INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (2,515)
                                         INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (561)
Central Development                      INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   576
CONNECTICUT SALES GENERAL                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 3,773
CONNECTICUT SALES GENERAL                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,496
EM SUPPORT(B-EM350)                      INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (632)
Emerging Markets Brady Bonds             INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (620)
Equities Development                     SOFTWARE HOUSE                        CFS                 1,938
FX Options-Exotic - NY                   INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   230
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,257)
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 2,118
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   280
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (461)
GSB - SHARED COST(B-6C000)               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,645)
GSB-CF Kross                             INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,258
GSB-CF Kross                             INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   620
GSB-CF Kross                             INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,306
GSB-CF Kross                             INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   618
GSB-CF Kross                             INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,645
GSB-CF Kross                             CISCO                                 CFS                14,458
GSB-Swaps                                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,557)
GSB-Swaps                                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (3,622)
GSB-Swaps                                INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (618)
Infrastructure                           TELENEX CORPORATION                   CFS                 4,978
Infrastructure                           INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 2,107
Infrastructure                           INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (140)
Infrastructure                           INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (520)
Infrastructure                           WHITE SANDS TECHNOLOGY                CFS                 6,483
Infrastructure                           CISCO                                 CFS                 5,171
Infrastructure                           CISCO                                 CFS                31,034
Infrastructure                           AMERITECH                             CFS                   790
Project-Emerging Markets                 INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,257
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (208)
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   (69)
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (664)
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (276)
SYSTEMS - TO BE ALLOCATED(B-BA500)       INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (520)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (144)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (2,516)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,496)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (213)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (576)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,470)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (981)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (380)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (140)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,075)
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   313
Systems-NY                               INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   (14)
Tokyo-Back Office                        INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 3,622
Tokyo-Back Office                        INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   632
                                         INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,257
                                         INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (4,026)
                                         INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,557)
                                         INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                  (140)
103 PROJECT(B-AZ600)                     INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                (1,736)
Architecture                             INFOTECH                              CFS                 6,985
CDS                                      INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,470
CDS                                      INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   123
CDS                                      CISCO SYSTEMS                         CFS                 4,472
CDS                                      CISCO SYSTEMS                         CFS                15,517
Central Development                      INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                    54
Central Development                      INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 3,448
Central Development                      INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                    56
Central Development                      INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 1,970
Central Development                      INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                 2,054
Central Development                      INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFERS           CFS                   347
Central