Reporting requirements under Mifid II have been highlighted as an area of great concern
Under incoming regulatory directive Mifid
II, the buy-side will be faced with stricter reporting rules,
leading to a renewed dilemma over whether to delegate or
One of the rules that will have a
significant impact on the buy-side, is the stricter reporting
requirements, which has in recent months been highlighted as a
key area of concern in surveys and by industry experts.
While it is possible for buy-side firms to
delegate their reporting to counterparties under the new Mifid
II rules, European regulator Esma has said that the
responsibility for the reporting will remain with the buy-side
even if they choose to delegate.
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