In anticipation of the impending implementation of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFIDII) over the pasts few months we have provided some thoughts on our blog on how best to navigate the challenges, to maximise compliance while minimising the impact on the operational landscape.
In the first article, we provided an overview of the impact of MiFID II’s regulatory framework on the over-the-counter (OTC) markets.
In the second article, we provided some insights on how an online auction based trading system can help satisfy the requirements of global financial regulation.
Following on these articles, today, we have a published a white paper where we provide some additional commentary on how we see our approach and technologies as key to helping our clients satisfy specific MiFID II requirements while maintaining a strategic adherence to more general global regulatory themes.
Additionally, the paper looks at:
- The initiatives exchanges are considering to take advantage of legislative changes;
- How auction based electronic trading systems create better liquidity in derivatives markets; and
- How to structure an electronic OTC marketplace to comply with MiFID II regulations.
If properly implemented, an electronic marketplace can comply with regulations set by MiFID II. At Perfect Channel we combine our practical experience building electronic marketplaces, together with a deep understanding of auction based trading technologies and analytical services. We see our approach and technologies as key to helping our clients satisfy speciﬁc MiFID II requirements while maintaining a strategic adherence to more general global regulatory themes.