Brexit and other European political factors will be the main driver of any European regulatory change in the near future, including any changes to MiFID II or the introduction of MiFID III, according MEP Kay Swinburne.
Delivering a keynote address at the Fixed Income Leaders Summit, MiFID II author Swinburne highlighted the UK’s upcoming departure from the European Union in March next year as key influencing factor on how regulatory change may play out.
I last looked into ISINs for Derivatives in my article on MiFID II – Why ISINs for OTC Derivatives are Bad for Transparency, so as we approach the end of year let’s check on what has been happening on this. ANNA-DSB The ANNA Derivatives Service Bureau (DSB) website now provides a lot of interesting information, […]
The Investment Association (IA) has proposed new measures to increase the availability of data on bond trades in an attempt to enhance transparency in the fixed income market.
The trade body representing asset managers recently published a paper on best execution 10 months on following the introduction of MiFID II in January 2018.
Asset managers are required to report on and disclose their top five execution venues on an annual basis under the new requirements, and demonstrate how they are achieving the best possible results for investors when executing bond orders.
The new pre-validation platform will be available to over 2,300 executing entities which are using Deutsche Börse’s ARM (Approved Reporting Mechanism) service. It will add enhanced testing and data quality remediation capabilities, as well as pre-submission validations, for all transactions destined for any of the 25 National Competent Authorities (NCA) to which Deutsche Börse is connected.