Commission expected to confirm all aspects of MiFID will be delayed until 2018.
US regulator proposes new rules to increase dark pool transparency and protect investors.
FCA plans year-long study into asset managers, looking at competitiveness and achieving value for money for clients.
With MiFID II now expected to be delayed until 2018, the one thing market participants can be certain of is more uncertainty.
With regulations demanding that banks hold more capital against risk-taking activities, some are quitting certain sectors, writes Joe McGrath.
Industry told that MiFID II's dark pool caps will inevitably force flow back onto lit markets, where it risks being gamed by other market participants.
MEP says MiFID II's technical standards will need to be amended before Parliament formally approves them.
US derivatives regulators plan to overhaul swaps reporting in order to streamline and improve the quality of reports.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) will not introduce new regulation for high frequency trading and dark liquidity, finding that existing settings “are largely adequate and effective.”
The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) is the biggest priority for investment managers, according to a survey by Deloitte.