Systematic Internalisers: Data holds key to challenges and opportunities in MiFID II era

Posted 2nd May 2018

MiFID II broadens the scope of the systematic internaliser (SI) regime, not only to cover more asset classes, but also to apply more stringent rules, with the aim of improving pre-trade transparency and improving price efficiency and client executions.

To examine the far-reaching consequences and practical implications for liquidity seekers and providers, against a backdrop of tougher Best Execution requirements, Chris Hall and Mike O’Hara of The Realization Group talk to Ollie Cadman of Vela, Citi’s James Baugh, Sun Trading’s Jamal Tarazi (Sun Trading is now part of Hudson River Trading), Rosenblatt Securities’ Anish Puaar and Alasdair Haynes of Aquis Exchange.

Systematic Internalisers: Data holds key to challenges and opportunities in MiFID II era

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