Brexit bogeyman haunts EU’s Mifir transparency push

Bloc considers copying darker side of UK's divergence from its 2018 rules

EU governments have long been concerned about the UK using Brexit as a means to deregulate and snatch business away from the bloc. That perceived Brexit bogeyman is now influencing negotiations on planned changes to the EU’s markets rules as governments fear the UK’s promise of increased dark trading.

Although the bloc has pledged to increase the amount of public information on trading in its equity, bond and derivatives markets, a UK government consultation last year signalled that the country

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