The three month delay will squeeze an already tight implementation timetable
The decision by European regulators to delay the Mifid II
standards by three months will pile the pressure on firms
implementing the controversial new rules, senior lawyers have
The European Commission and the European Securities and Markets
Authority (Esma) earlier this week agreed to delay the formal submission from
July 2 until the end of September, according to Commission
letters seen by FOW.
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