Data requirements under Mifid II could impact on liquidity.
Tradeweb supports the
European Commission’s objectives reflected in
MiFID II/MiFIR of promoting transparency, fostering competition
among trading venues, improving market efficiency and moving
the execution of standardised derivatives onto multilateral
We are concerned,
1. the proposals do
not sufficiently reflect the G20 commitment relating to the
execution of standardised derivatives on electronic trading
2. the requirements
regarding public distribution of pre-trade data, as proposed,
could adversely impact liquidity in the fixed income and
Trading of Derivatives
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