MiFID II creates cross-asset revolution across buy & sell side
The cross-asset nature of MiFID II will demand significant investment from the asset management and banking communities.
From 3 January 2018, European capital markets will be reshaped by the new Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II). This directive, and its sister regulation MiFIR, will significantly expand upon the existing harmonised regulatory framework for equity market trading, established in 2007 under MiFID.
In this article, Dan Barnes and Mike O’Hara of The Realization Group speak to Matthew Coupe of Barclays, James Baugh and Ashlin Kohler of Citigroup, Bob Fuller of Fixnetix, Glenn Poulter of Stratevolve and Ollie Cadman of Vela Trading Technologies about how firms are addressing the various cross-asset challenges of MiFID II in order to stay both compliant and competitive.