Why Can’t the Buy Side Get to Grips with Mifid II?

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The “man bites dog” aphorism is often the introduction most journalism students receive when it comes to identifying what is and isn’t newsworthy; mundane news items that no longer have the power to enthrall will be pushed to the side (dog bites man, in this case) in favor of the sensational (man bites dog).  However, that’s not to say the less surprising news isn’t important. One such example of this is a survey released in February by Northern Trust, which found a significant number of fund ma

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