IMP Partners UnaVista to Prepare US Asset Managers for Mifid Shock

Through the pairing, IMP will use UnaVista's testing environment to help North American asset managers prepare for stringent new reporting requirements.

IMP Consulting
Jane Stabile, president, IMP Consulting.

Jane Stabile, president of IMP, tells WatersTechnology that it went with UnaVista because the reporting specialist is owned by the London Stock Exchange Group. As such, it has been dealing with reporting requirements stemming from the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid) since the first iteration of the rule went live in 2007.

The revised requirements of the original Mifid, which together with an accompanying regulation form a package of regulatory reform known as Mifid II, will

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