Exchange giant said it plans to start testing the reporting service with 15 firms
German exchange group Deutsche Boerse
plans to start testing a new regulatory reporting hub in March
and said 15 market participants from across the industry are
signed up to test the system.
The new project is designed to support
clients in their preparations for the Mifid II rules, and is
being headed up by Axel Schorn, programme manager, Deutsche
Börse Market Data + Services.
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