- How to prepare for the transaction reporting regime under MiFID II
- Original news
- What is the background to these guidelines?
- What should businesses be particularly aware of?
- The level of detail required
- Trade formation will become much more important
- Holistic views
- How do the final guidelines differ from the draft guidelines in the consultation paper?
- Has ESMA dealt with industry concerns in the final guidelines?
- What are the next steps?
- How should lawyers and their clients prepare for the proposed changes?
Financial Services analysis: Rosali Pretorius, partner at Dentons UKMEA LLP, assesses the new European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) Guidelines on implementing the transaction reporting, order record keeping and clock synchronisation requirements under MiFID II, highlighting the key issues that businesses and lawyers need to be aware of and how they should prepare themselves for the proposed changes.
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