Consolidated Tape Headed for a Regulation Delegation

Whether through an industry initiative or a delegated acts, a consolidated tape provider will be established in Europe, and the industry could lose out if the regulators dictate the terms.


Time is running out for an industry-led consolidated tape solution in Europe.

The revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid II) introduces the concept of a consolidated tape provider (CTP). According to Article 65, a CTP collects post-trade data published by trading venues and approved publication arrangements (APAs) and will consolidate them into a continuous live data stream and make the data available to the public, both for equity and non-equity products.

The European

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