MiFID: The Fallout from Fragmentation


Shifting trading liquidity has always proved difficult. A number of European initiatives—Jiway, Easdaq and Tradepoint to name a few—have previously failed in their attempts to capture market share. But a wave of new trading venues has emerged, driven by the MiFID regulations, such as Instinet's Chi-X, pan-European exchange Equiduct and Project Turquoise, a joint venture between seven leading investment banks. Inside Market Data spoke to Equiduct CEO Bob Fuller, and Paul Pickup, director of

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Refinitiv’s PermIDs: Converting needs into opportunity

Refinitiv’s PermID framework was conceived as a proprietary tool to address an internal challenge around identifying objects in the firm’s information model. Once it had proved its worth, it was rolled out to the firm’s clients to significant success.

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