Senior reporter Hayley McDowell examines ESMA’s investigations into periodic auctions and asks what it could mean for the future of trading post-MiFID II.
Experts from across the industry provide their predictions on what will be the biggest trends of the coming year.
Securities and Exchange Commission unanimously approves a one-year programme, known as the transaction fee pilot, as part of a review of the ‘maker-taker’ trading system.
John reviews the best of The TRADE’s coverage of regulatory issues over the past 12 months.
ESMA has submitted a final amendment to the tick size regime as concerns EU trading venues will be at a disadvantage post-Brexit linger.
Survey from the DTCC finds that half of respondents believe Brexit will pose a threat to the broader economy, as concerns about cyber risk and regulation ease.
Broker-dealers have been fined a combined $6 million for submitting inaccurate blue sheet data to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Study from Liquidnet finds that more than half of asset managers have implemented a global policy for unbundling under MiFID II.
REGIS-TR is awaiting regulatory approval to establish a trade repository in the UK to continue serving clients post-Brexit.
The Bank of England’s Andrew Hauser says that buy-side concerns with compliance remain an issue, with just 11 of the 30 largest buy-side firms agreeing to adoption.