Industry opposes extension of Mifid transparency to bonds and non-equities

The industry has spoken against the possible extension of the pre- and post-trade transparency regime of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid) to non-equity financial instruments such as bonds and derivatives.

Following its call for evidence in June of this year, the European Commission’s (EC) feedback statement shows most respondents’ opposition to the idea of further mandatory transparency obligations.

Reasons for this include that there is already an adequate level of

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