The first generation of SORs, introduced in 2007, was designed to handle the early signs of fragmentation in Europe. Today, almost nine years after MiFID I applied, everyone is trying to understand the requirements to cope with the new landscape after MiFID II applies. The exact requirements have yet to be defined, but it is evident that today’s SORs, despite their rapid evolution outlined here, will not suffice.
In this paper Christer Wennerberg, Senior Vice President Structured Strategy Itiviti explains the evolution of SORs.
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