london-The new pan-European regulated trading venue Equiduct is currently testing two to three off-the-shelf data storage solutions that will help its clients to comply with Europe's Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID), say exchange officials.
Equiduct will store "every piece of tick data" for five years and offer participants access to the data. The service aims to help clients comply with MiFID's data storage requirements without having to increase their own storage capacity.
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