North American investment firms are unprepared for new regulations under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive that will take effect in January, according to a survey from investment services provider SimCorp. The survey, released Wednesday, found
Of the 100 top decision-makers in financial services surveyed by Censuswide and Teleware, more than half claimed more education is needed on the European regulation, which will come into force in just over three months’ time.
The IDD is designed to improve consumer protection when buying insurance products, such as general insurance, life insurance and insurance-based investment products. It is also aimed at supporting competition between insurance distributors by creating a level
Asset managers will have their work cut out for them to be ready in four months’ time, according to a new survey conducted by Liquidnet. The onset of MiFID II may be only four months away,
With less than four months to go before Europe’s MiFID II rules kick in, the vast majority of fund managers aren’t prepared to meet its so-called best execution requirements — obligations that require firms to demonstrate that
Ten years on from the start of the financial crisis and much continues to be written about the tumultuous events that marked a turning point in the global economy and resulted in renewed focus on financial