Panel Voices Concern Over Fixed-Income Trading Under Mifid II

ETAS panel says electronification of bond trading will be adversely affected by new regulation unless market, product dynamics are recognized.

(L-R): David Masters, Ayaz Haji, Erik Vynckir

Electronification and regulations such as Mifid II that touch upon the fixed-income trading space may be attempting to mirror the equities model but cannot succeed due to specific differences between the two markets.

In addition, changes made to the regulation may also have a serious impact on the future of voice trading in fixed income.

"It would be very difficult for firms to be Mifid II-compliant if they are voice trading, if they are trading what the European Securities and Markets Authority

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