MiFID II: A New Framework for European Financial Markets
It provides a clear and concise guide to understanding - and complying with - the most complex and wide-ranging reform of European financial regulation in recent times.
Why should you buy MiFID II: A New Framework for European Financial Markets
Available for the first time in English, MiFID II: A New Framework for European Financial Markets is the definitive work on this crucial reform and its global impact. It provides a clear and concise guide to understanding - and complying with - the most complex and wide-ranging reform of European financial regulation in recent times.
E. de Fournoux, P. Laurent, F. Fleuret and B. Julé of AMAFi (Association francaise des marche financiers, Frances representative body for professionals in the securities industry and financial markets) were heavily involved in the drafting and implementation of the MiFID regulations. The partners of Spitz Poulle Kannan (Paris only law firm founded exclusively to provide advice on financial regulation and services), ensure that the text offers unrivalled expert guidance.
"I can only hail the publication of a work which summarises the principal elements of this reform, above all when it is produced by acknowledged professionals. The authors deserve thanks for contributing in such an incisive way to highlighting a dense, complex and decisive reform for the future of European financial markets"
From the foreword by Markus Ferber, MEP and the European Parliament's Rapporteur for the Recast of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II).
- Extensively revised since the original French edition to account for market developments and significant future events e.g. Brexit
- Logical structure enables readers to find information quickly
- Provides practical, concise guidance to the major implications of MiFID II and a critical analysis of the European regulatory process and its weaknesses
- Summarises key pieces of complex information in an engaging, readable style
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Amendments to Basis for Conclusions FRS 101 Reduced Disclosure Framework : 2017/18 cycleRelease Date: May 30, 2018£13.00
FRS 101 Reduced Disclosure Framework Disclosure exemptions from EU-adopted IFRS for qualifying entitiesRelease Date: April 11, 2018£18.00
Webinar The New EU Securitisation RegulationRelease Date: March 04, 2019£75.00