EU authorities have moved to ease major reporting requirements under MiFID II as firms continue to battle the impact of the coronavirus pandemic across Europe. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) confirmed in a statement that
ESMA has urged national competent authorities (NCAs) not to prioritise supervisory action against execution venues and firms in respect of the deadlines of the general best execution reports under the second Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID
Advice firm Tilney has warned against advisers “going into hibernation” during the current market turmoil and sending 10 per cent drop letters to clients without context. As the spreading coronavirus pandemic has taken its toll on global markets
The COVID-19 pandemic has spread like wildfire; it has created difficulties across the globe and has effected not just our economies, but also our societies, healthcare and financial institutions, all of which have had to acclimatise to
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The Personal Finance Society is preparing to help its members navigate a coronavirus lockdown as its warns the 10 per cent reporting rule under Mifid II is adding to “workload pressure and anxiety” in the market. The 10