Tag: Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II)
The European Security and Markets Authority (ESMA) has invited firms to comment on its consultation paper seeking to make reporting requirements changes under MiFID II.
The EU's securities markets regulator has reported 46 new breaches to the double volume cap (DVC) thresholds, bringing the total to 352 instruments having been suspended.
For the past 47 years, the UK has been able to influence EU legislation. Now, less than a week after Brexit, Brussels are looking to tear up the concessions made to Britain about its financial rulebook.
Lawmakers have hurled a smattering of new regulations against the financial industry over the last decade, forcing them to up their reporting efforts or risk facing fines and other sanctions.
The revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) could be updated after Brexit. So what would MiFID III entail?
With days left until the UK officially leaves the EU, David Clee, CEO of MirrorWeb, explains how the divorce may change how British businesses operate.
Assist market participants in the US can breathe a little easier after the top securities regulator extended the period they have to comply with the EU’s financial instruments law.
Regulations are sapping resources and distracting financial institutions away from their cyber defences according to panellists at the Global RegTech Summit 2018.