The LSE's trade repository said its clients are reporting ahead of Wednesday's cut-off
The London Stock Exchange has become the first exchange
group to state its clients’ readiness for the
controversial European trade reporting rules that take effect
on Wednesday, writes Luke Jeffs.
UnaVista, part of the London Stock Exchange Group, said on
Tuesday its customers were live on its trade reporting service
before the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation reporting
requirements become law on February 12.
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