May 2018: Mifid Data Woes Continue… for Some

While Mifid II still has some serious challenges for firms to contend with, one part of Europe believes it has a solution to some of the cultural--if not the practical--issues of the still-fresh regulatory regime.


Some report positive experiences in terms of Mifid II’s well-intentioned over-arching aims to promote transparency and make it easier for investors to make apples-to-apples comparisons of prices for over-the-counter derivative asset classes in a way that was previously only possible in equities markets. One of the key enablers of this is the principle that trade data must be accessible, and must be made available for free after a 15-minute delay. However, whether by accident or design, some of

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