Use-cases for Mifid II data prove elusive

Banks running market share analysis from trade reports, but data quality hampering other projects

If Jerome Sabah had his way, any time a client changed their trading patterns, he would get a tap on the shoulder, so he could call them and find out what they need. Data, he says, could give him that tap.

“Let’s say an investor trades something on a regular basis and I define a series of something relevant – trading times, amounts or instruments,” says Sabah, global head of rates, credit and forex sales for financial institutions at Societe Generale. “Any time that series diverges by 50%, I’d

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