Brexit Undermines MiFID Data Foundations

Even after Britain leaves the European Union, financial firms wanting to do business within the EU will need to comply with MIFID II. But removing the UK from EU markets could still derail new European trading and transparency rules. Samuel Wilkes…

Regulators Are Holding All the Cards, But Will They Play Them?

After years of rigorous sell-side regulations, the buy side is experiencing its turn in the spotlight as the eventual implementation of Mifid II approaches, but John thinks the European regulators need to decide on a more clearly defined position.

Diversify to Survive

John looks at how one example of an FX specialist diversifying its offering vindicates an article he wrote nine months ago.

Kilburn's Corner: Another Brexit aka. My Independence Day

Last week, my homeland, Britain, voted to leave the European Union. The shock decision by the British public led the pound to plummet to a thirty one-year low and an unprecedented political crisis in the country, with both major political parties likely…

Post-Brexit, Market Data Vendors Predict Uncertain Future

Britain's decision to leave the EU is expected to have little effect on the implementation and application of MiFID 2 on the UK markets. However, it may distract the industry from the fundamental problems that still exist within the text of the…