The comments come as Esma director Verena Ross publicly defended the rules
Martin Wheatley, chief
executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has
criticised the Mifid II transparency regime as a politically
driven and "crude measure" that could impact
Speaking at AFME's Annual European Market
Liquidity Conference Thursday the regulator said it was
political impetus driving what he described as a "crude
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