Anne PlestedFidessa - London
16 November 2017 | 3707 views | 0 | Recommends 0
At first glance, the MiFID II trading obligation for shares seems fairly benign, bringing the bulk of equities trading ‘safely’ back to regulated execution venues. Whilst appearing all encompassing, it still leaves room for plain old-fashioned OTC trading on an ad hoc basis (or, technically speaking, below the threshold for an EU SI). But add into...
TagsTrade executionRisk & regulation