James Baugh, head of EMEA equities market structure at Citigroup, talks to The TRADE about the impact MiFID II has had on European market structures, the changing relationship between the buy- and sell-sides, and what further regulatory changes may be in store.
The soon-to-launch Scottish Stock Exchange aims to bring impact investing to the forefront of the capital markets.
Several major institutions have opted to establish Dutch entities as the UK prepares to leave the European Union.
German exchange initiates programme intended to curb aggressive high-speed trading and level the playing field for price discovery in derivatives markets.
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.
Systematic internaliser data due to be published on 30 April has been delayed by the European markets regulatory after a technical issue.
Low volatility, regulation and Brexit are factors dampening optimism for buy-side derivatives participants.
Simon Lewis to depart role as chief executive of sell-side industry trade body in October after nearly ten years.
Liquidnet EU authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland as a MiFID II investment firm and MTF operator.