Christian VoigtFidessa - London
03 December 2014 | 1479 views | 0 | Recommends 0
MiFID II imposes simple categories on a complex trading landscape, such as on- and off-exchange, or multi-lateral vs. bi-lateral. Obviously having some rules helps unravel complexity, but too many kills innovation. Walking this tightrope is not easy. Internalisation comes in two flavours. Either you have an order from a customer, agree a fixed pric...
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