June 23, 2016
MiFID II — the good, the bad and the regulatory
Itiviti’s SVP Market Structure Strategy, Christer Wennerberg, shares his view on the implications of MiFID II.
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What we’ll cover

  • What are the main differences in regulation for equities and derivatives?
  • Derivatives trading has not had the same fragmentation as the equities markets; will this change with MiFID II?
  • With just over 18 months until the date when MiFID II will apply, there seems to be a lot of uncertainties. What are the main ones?
  • One of the most important changes in MiFID II is the transparency waivers. What will be the most significant impact?
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