MiFIR Draws Closer

Identifiers, data centralization and data quality emerge as primary compliance concerns

Firms are just beginning to get a handle on the greater variety of pieces of data-and fields within certain types of data-that will be necessary to comply with the Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation (MiFIR), which will take effect in Europe in January 2018, according to experts who discussed the issues arising from this regulation in a webcast on May 11 entitled "MiFIR: Getting Ready For 2018," sponsored by London Stock Exchange Group and SIX Financial Information.

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