How the new EU regulations will impact on FX trading.
Current regulatory initiatives intended to enhance stability,
growth and confidence in the financial markets, are having both
direct and indirect effects on the FX industry and its
infrastructure. The recent publication of the European
Commission’s Mifid/Mifir proposals is a case in
point. While there is little to almost no reference in the text
of the proposals relating specifically to the FX market
infrastructure, they will impact the way FX products, deemed to
be clearing eligible, will be traded.
The FX market has many unique characteristics, and various
segments of the FX industry have been vocal in stating that
these characteristics should be taken into consideration during
the rule making process.
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