ISDA expresses concern about EU's MiFID proposal

10/29/2012 | Platts

Investors might see fewer choices and more commodity trading move to exchanges under an update of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive and the Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation in the EU, ISDA said. "For example, the [European] Parliament is proposing limitations on when derivatives can be executed on an 'Organized Trading Facility,' effectively pushing transactions towards other, more exchange-like categories of venue, and thereby reducing the diversity of available platforms in a manner contrary to the desire to promote systemic resilience," according to ISDA.

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