Something Mifid this way comes

Structured Products Europe 2007 marked the first opportunity to openly discuss the impact of the now-live Mifid rules, but it also included a necessary debate on liquidity and secondary market trading. Matt Cameron and Sophia Morrell report from London

The newly implemented Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid) and the urgent need for a liquid and transparent secondary market dominated the talks and panel discussions at the beginning of the Structured Products Europe 2007 conference, which took place in London on November 13-14. Solomon Soquar, head of capital markets at Citi Private Bank Emea, offered the keynote opener by comparing Mifid to the 1867 Duke of Queensbury's rules - regulations that transformed boxing into a noble

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