Internalization has historically involved a lot of manual processes, but these can be costly in terms of both accuracy and efficiency. With regulatory requirements creating increasing burdens when it comes to data collection and reporting, firms have a lot to gain from leveraging electronic workflows and technologies that automate time-consuming tasks while simultaneously creating rich business intelligence. In this video, Jonas Lindqvist, Principal Trading and Trade at Itiviti, discusses these issues with particular reference to MiFID II and the new rules governing systematic internalization in Europe.

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