Esma's Maijoor defended the provisions before hearing of the EU parliament
chairman of the European Securities and Markets Authority
(Esma), has hit out at critics of the regulator’s
position limits and ancillary activity regimes, two of the more
controversial aspects of Mifid II.
Speaking before the
European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary
Committee (Econ) on Wednesday, Maijoor said the proposed
position limits regime allows national regulators to impose
limits in a dynamic manner lowering limits when
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