Compliance has grown to dominate the agendas at the largest financial firms
Compliance expectations on financial institutions, and the
individuals within them, are poised to grow ever higher, writes
Rafael Bloom, product manager at Etrali Trading Solutions.
But with the MiFID II deadline just around the corner, how
can organisations anticipate the impact of upcoming regulations
and prepare accordingly? Moreover, beyond compliance could
firms actually use these reforms to change culture and conduct
in financial services?
The regulatory bodies of the world’s financial
markets are responding to an unprecedented and wide-ranging
crisis of confidence. MiFID II has been designed to boost
transparency, and by extension, rebuild some lost trust.
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