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Executing MiFID

Executing MiFID

Source: Equiduct

Written by Andrew Simpson, the latest paper in the Equiduct-commissioned series sets out what is needed to build a MiFID execution policy and addresses some of the key complexities that a firm may be faced with.

Simpson also looks at the wider concept of best execution and its impact on the industry, explains the concept of an execution venue list and demonstrates how critical this will be for both clients and banks as they search for a better understanding of best execution under MiFID.

The paper additionally includes a venue selection checklist that provides firms with a series of practical guidelines to help them choose the right execution policy.

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