Priips & Mifid II product governance teething problems revealed

Author: Lizzie Meager | Published: 26 Jan 2018
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Banks tell Practice Insight their biggest gripes with two new EU investor protection regimes that are forcing an overhaul of business models. From inconsistent application to concerns over liability, click here to find out what parts of Priips & Mifid II's product governance regime are keeping your clients up at night. 

Thirty lawyers, regulatory strategists and market structure specialists share their views on trade and transaction reporting in part two of Practice Insight's special report on Mifid II & market structure. You can also read part one, focusing on systematic internalisers, here.

And a seemingly small detail in Mifid II that requires all listed securities to have a legal entity identifier is already prompting regulatory arbitrage, sending non-EU issuers to overseas exchanges to circumvent the rules. Get the full story here.

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