Christian VoigtFidessa - London
03 April 2014 | 1311 views | 0 | Recommends 0
With the German algo ID mandatory from 1st April, I was prompted to scan the latest MiFID II texts in this regard. Member states must require exchanges to be able to identify the different algorithms used for generating orders (Art. 51.6) which, on a high
level, sounds just like the German HFT Act.
To make things even more complex, MiFIR require...
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