Will trade reporting requirements under Mifid II lead to the creation of an efficient trading market in Europe?
"Will trade reporting requirements under Mifid II lead to the creation of an efficient trading market in Europe?", is the third question in a series of videos from Structured Products magazine that address the world of exchange-traded funds. As regulators try to come to grips with ETFs, which initiatives will improve the efficiency of the trading market in Europe?
Richard Jory, editor of Structured Products magazine, asks a panel of exchange-traded fund (ETF) experts about the implications of new rules expected to be implemented in Europe.
Isabelle Bourcier, director of development at Ossiam;
Martin Bednall, head of EMEA product design and structuring at iShares;
Peter Thompson, director of strategy at Source;
Nizam Hamid, head of ETF strategy at Lyxor
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