Funds have raised concerns that SFTR requirements on collateral re-use will provide full view of trading book.
European regulatory watchdog revises approach to STO for 14 UK stocks after FCA raises alarm over liquidity and market fragmentation under a no-deal scenario.
Sourcing European equity liquidity continues to prove troublesome for asset managers under the new regulatory regime.
LSEG units announce new deal for reporting of Securities Financing Transactions ahead of new regulations due in April next year.
European Commission has fined Barclays, RBS, Citigroup, JP Morgan and MUFG a total of €1.07 million for involvement in FX trading cartel.
Analysis by TABB Group finds that dark pools volumes reached the largest share of on-exchange in April since before MiFID II was implemented.
The rise of artificial intelligence and new data sets dominated discussions at this year’s conference, while Brexit casts a long shadow over future plans.
Systematic internaliser data due to be published on 30 April has been delayed by the European markets regulatory after a technical issue.
Market participants at TradeTech have agreed that trading volumes have failed to shift to lit venues under MiFID II, but the regulation has led to unintended positive developments in the form of periodic auctions.
Over one year since the separation of payments for execution and research was introduced via MiFID II in Europe, Hayley McDowell examines the unintended consequences of unbundling for buy- and sell-side institutions and finds an industry still coming to terms with the change.