Mifid II: banks have lost interest in LEIs


Banks explain that they've stopped chasing clients for LEIs despite it being a legal requirement under Mifid II, arguing that a lack of regulatory attention – including a six-month reprieve of sorts – signifies a relaxed attitude to the rule. Here LEI providers argue that without action from Esma the entire LEI project could be undermined

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