Christian VoigtFidessa - London
06 February 2015 | 3381 views | 0 | Recommends 0
Market making, at its core, is a simple exchange where the market maker gives immediate liquidity and takes the bid/ask spread in return. This is set to become much more complicated in MiFID II as ESMA is mandated to introduce market making obligations. Under ESMA’s latest draft investment firms using algorithmic trading for market making for at le...
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