LME’s regulation head said Mifid II delay did not cause upgrade work to slow
The UK’s tough stance on
regulation will be an important pawn in the
country’s negotiations over its exit from the
European Union, according to the London Metal Exchange's head
"Regulatory adherence to rules such as
Mifid II and MAR will be key to discussions as the UK
negotiates its exit from the EU. Being able to demonstrate a
robust regulatory framework will stand us in good stead from a
business perspective when it comes to agreeing equivalence,"
said Kirstina Combe, head of regulation at LME.
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