France's stock market watchdog has confirmed that it will
not implement regulations on high frequency trading (HFT) that
would clash with Europe-wide rules.
Speaking exclusively with IFLR, Guillaume Eliet, head of the
regulatory policy and international affairs directorate at
France's Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF),
said it is not the regulator's intention to contradict the
provisions of the incoming Mifid II [the markets in financial
The new French banking law is set to enter into force at the
start of 2015, requiring any firm using a HFT system to
document the nature...