Tag: MiFID II
With an increasing number of buy-side firms turning to outsourced trading providers in recent years, Hayley McDowell finds out how providers really operate and differ from agency brokers, and examines what benefits opting for outsourced execution can offer to the asset management industry.
The AMF has launched a study into the impact of unbundling in order to improve coverage for small- and mid-cap stocks.
ESMA chair Steven Maijoor says it is time to decide if and how a consolidated tape should be produced in Europe.
John runs through what you can find in the latest issue of The TRADE, now available to read online.
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.
Former MEP to join KPMG as chair of its risk and regulatory insight centre division.
ESMA’s final report on periodic auctions says venues are not used to evade MiFID II dark trading rules, as fears of outright ban are dampened.
Sourcing European equity liquidity continues to prove troublesome for asset managers under the new regulatory regime.
Analysis by TABB Group finds that dark pools volumes reached the largest share of on-exchange in April since before MiFID II was implemented.