Anne PlestedFidessa - London
17 July 2014 | 1331 views | 0 | Recommends 0
MiFID II introduces the requirement to synchronise the business clocks of trading venues and their customers, standardising the recorded time on post-trade data, transaction reporting and, most importantly, order event auditing. Regulators argue that in
the event of unusual market activity they will be able to pinpoint the exact moment things tur...
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