The Investment Services Directive (ISD), now the subject of high level debate by politicians in Brussels, will shape the structure of Europe's capital markets for years to come. But bankers say plans to force brokers to quote prices openly to the market could lead them to take their business outside the EU in search of more bank-friendly share trading regimes abroad. IFLR brought together a group of London-based regulators, lawyers and industry representatives to discuss the issues
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