European Commission said a delay was necessary due to the tech requirements
The European Parliament approved on
Thursday the delay of one year to the implementation of Mifid
II after the European Commission in February called for the
introduction to be postponed due to the technical build-out
required to meet the rules.
In a vote held in Brussels Thursday, the
Parliament’s Committee for Economic Affairs
supported the European Commission’s proposal to
postpone the introduction of Mifid II by one year.
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