MiFID II is Getting Personal

Sensitive personal information about traders and decision-makers must be forwarded to regulators, leaving the industry seeing red

Shashin Mishra, product management and strategy leader, Sapient Global Markets

It seems that every day brings news of a fresh hack, and sometimes a massive online dump, of personal data. Some of the high-profile hacks of the past couple years—Target, JPMorgan Chase, Ashley Madison, the Office of Personnel Management—have caused untold damage to families, reputations and bank accounts.

To participate in society, one has to trust corporates, financial institutions and government with all kinds of sensitive information. But what if, because of your job, you were legally

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