When regulators overhauled the trading environment with the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid II), their intent was increased transparency, but acquiring systematic internalizer (SI) data remains a huge undertaking for the buy side. Designed to change the Mifid II EU liquidity landscape, the European Securities and Market Authority (Esma) implemented the SI regime to open up trading opportunities and generate more competition for regulated markets, multilateral trading
The founder and CEO of Imperative Execution looks at how trade execution is changing and what that means for the buy side.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails
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