Client Reporting Remains Top Mifid II Implementation Challenge

A November 2017 survey of fund managers found client reporting was their biggest concern in the lead-up to Mifid II, and it remains so in the weeks following the regulation’s entry into force.

Robert Angel, Northern Trust

Northern Trust surveyed more than 100 fund managers and consultants in November 2017 about their key hurdles when working toward Mifid II compliance. Nearly 50 percent of respondents cited client reporting as their biggest challenge. Roughly 20 percent named transaction and transparency reporting as their top concern, and the same number had issues with inducements and research. About 15 percent of those surveyed said updating client documentation was an implementation challenge.

Robert Angel

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