The Mifid II journey has not been an easy ride, either technically or politically, for both market participants and regulators. The job has been particularly tough for the European Securities and Markets Authority, a comparatively tiny regulator—its headcount and budget are dwarfed by the national regulators it technically oversees—which was nonetheless given the somewhat thankless task of fleshing out the package of rules via technical standards and official opinions.
It has faced opposition a
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