Countdown to MiFID II
This paper surveys the current state of play, and offers guidance on how European, UK and London-based financial institutions go about planning for the upcoming turmoil. Specifically, it looks at how a thoughtful approach to connectivity, hosting and cloud-based services can help firms optimise their response to the oncoming rigours of MiFID II against the confusion posed by Brexit and the Trump presidency.
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Regulatory reporting is an important part of MiFID II.
Notional outstanding in interest rate swaps grew 26%.
A briefing paper supports alignment of the clearing obligation under the EMIR and MiFID II.
UK divergences from EU in its wholesale market review.
AFME said MiFIR review should prioritise improvements in regulatory data definitions and collection.