FESE Preps Post-Trade Data Changes to Appease Consolidated Tape Supporters

Members of the Federation of European Securities Exchanges have outlined a series of initiatives to improve access to European equity trade data and simplify the process of consolidating that data, in an apparent bid to quell suggestions for a mandated consolidated tape (MCT) detailed in a recent consultation paper issued by the Committee of European Securities Regulators (IMD, May 28).

FESE issued a statement last week containing a promise from its members - which include NYSE Euronext

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