Asset managers are plagued by persistent lack of clarity on what institutions will be acting as systematic internalisers under Europe's revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, which goes into effect next year. MiFID II rules aim to increase transparency in equities markets, but asset managers are concerned with the lack of information they have on how brokers will interact with SIs and what trade information they will make available.
Asset managers seek clarity on MiFID II's SI regime
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