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Anne PlestedFidessa - London

ESMA sets a date for SI compliance

08 November 2016  |  2555 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Intended to promote practical convergence and common supervisory approaches and practices, like EMIR and MAR before them, the MiFID II Q&A is fast becoming a favourite on my browser. In its recent Q&A on transparency topics, for example, ESMA has clarified for those firms wondering if, when and how to become a systematic internaliser (SI) ...

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Anne PlestedFidessa - London

The clock’s ticking on MiFID’s extra time

06 October 2016  |  3247 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

As we edge ever-closer to January 2018, the finer details of MiFID II are yet to fully surface, particularly with regard to RTS 22 and the rules around transaction reporting – undeniably one of the larger pieces of the new regulation. There is still much work to do when it comes to finalising the detailed requirements and the Level 2 RTS are stil...

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The ever-growing MiFID II shopping list

19 September 2016  |  4688 views  |  1 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Amongst other things, MiFID II’s transparency reforms intend to clean up the quality of post-trade data and eradicate duplicate prints – long-suffered bugbears for investment firms. But in simply stat...

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Anne PlestedFidessa - London

No summer break for MiFID II

18 July 2016  |  5252 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

You may have noticed that the MiFID II Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) continue to roll off the press at a steady pace signalling finalisation of the Level 2 detail. Last week alone seven RTS do...

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Anne PlestedFidessa - London

So much to do, so little time

23 March 2016  |  11502 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

This week’s closing date for the ESMA consultation, which sets out amongst other things a non-exhaustive list of transaction reporting examples as Level 3 guidance, is a keen reminder of just how muc...

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Anne PlestedFidessa - London

And the MiFID II award for early guidance goes to...

20 January 2016  |  2600 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 1

Amidst the on-going rumblings about delays to MiFID II, and the budget and planning uncertainty this has created, it’s good to see that market participants continue to press on with implementation. Mi...

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Anne PlestedFidessa - London

MiFID II choice cuts

08 October 2015  |  2657 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The overhaul of transaction reporting under MiFID II continues unabated in the latest ESMA drafts, with new obligations and data changes still being introduced. Aimed at improving the quality of data ...

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Anne Plested
Anne PlestedFidessa - London

Doesn’t ESMA time fly!

06 October 2015  |  2312 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Looking at the latest changes regarding accuracy of business clocks, now reincarnated as RTS 25, I noticed a number of interesting points in the text. Most importantly, the absence of the usual claus...

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Anne Plested
Anne PlestedFidessa - London

All together now

01 September 2015  |  3013 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

A common approach will be key to minimising the fallout of MiFID II implementation, particularly around the extra data required for record keeping and transaction reporting and for algo identification...

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Anne Plested
Anne PlestedFidessa - London

MiFID II data disaggregation - be careful what you wish for!

28 May 2015  |  5249 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 1

Under MiFID II pre- and post-trade data is required to be made available in an unbundled fashion – ultimately the regulator is aiming to drive down data costs. So where trading venues sell their pre- ...

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