Mifid in the risk mix


The fact that the European Commission's Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid) came into force just as the current market turbulence was gathering strength last autumn has meant that the new regulations pose an additional burden for banks when management is having to spend much of its time dealing with the effects of the credit crunch.

As well as rules relating to the suitability of structured products for any given client, brokers and banks have onerous risk management and reporting

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