Brexit will not affect the implementation of the Mifid trading reforms - Bloomberg
Gary Stone, chief strategy officer for Bloomberg Trading
consolidated polling ahead of the UK’s referendum
on whether to remain in or leave the EU indicates voting
intention is tight, with much depending on the way the "don't
knows" will break on June 23rd. UK polling commentators still
anticipate a lean toward the status quo, but what are the
implications for Mifid II if voters decide that the UK should
leave the European Union?
Mifid II will still proceed.
In our opinion, there are three reasons why a Brexit would not
delay a UK Mifid II implementation beyond the EU's January 2018
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