ASIFMA: How Asia is dealing with Mifid II

Author: Lizzie Meager | Published: 30 Oct 2017

The effects of European regulation on European banks and financial institutions are well-documented, but for firms in the rest of the world it can sometimes be a different story. That might be out of a (sadly false) perception that rules set in Brussels couldn’t possibly apply in Shanghai or New York – but the world has changed, as have both the now-global nature of banks, and the rules that supervise them....


 

 

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