European Firms Grapple with Algo-Tagging Rules

With the Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation and Directive Level II (Mifir and Mifid II) nearing completion, European authorities are hoping to regulate and control high-speed and high-frequency trading (HFT) once and for all. But new laws come with new challenges, and these latest variations raise concerns around “algo labeling,” where a lot of uncertainties remain.

European regulators will soon require every trading firm that uses algorithms to register their formulas with their

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