The Futures and Options Association fears a "thinly
staffed" European Securities and Markets Authority could
struggle to implement the European Commission’s
review of Mifid.
The trade body supports the overall direction of the
proposed changes, but has told the new pan-European regulator
of significant concerns.
The FOA argues strongly against empowering national
regulators to impose strategic position limits on contracts,
particularly in commodities.
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