Varous asset classes come under Mifid II pre-trade transparency rules
The European Securities
and Markets Authority (Esma) has refused to budge over requests
from banks that it relaxes its definitions of a
liquid market, potentially dragging more instruments under the
Mifid II pre-trade transparency rules.
The regulator published
on Thursday a new consultation paper to complement the
transparency section of the Mifid II consultation paper
released two months ago.
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