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.
Analysis from big xyt shows that some stocks will be caught in the crossfire of a UK share trading obligation, as industry’s concern on EU no-deal Brexit share trading plans heightens.
As UK and European regulators clash over post-Brexit share trading rules, it could spell further divergence for post-trade arrangements.
Amsterdam trading venue was due to go-live on 1 April, but as Brexit negotiations continue Cboe Europe has postponed launch.
Approval will allow European-based clients to continue trading on the EquiLend platform without the interruption of the UK’s exit from the EU.
Major UK stocks including Vodafone and Coca-Cola would have to be traded within the EU in ‘no-deal’ Brexit scenario under the share trading obligation.
Cboe and Turquoise have established EU entities in Amsterdam, while Aquis Exchange set up its new EU base in Paris.