Some of the world's biggest banks are threatening to take their business elsewhere unless the brokers they interact with become trading venues under Mifid II. But brokers, many of them small, voice-based firms, argue they are being treated unfairly and don't have the infrastructure required to host a venue. At the most extreme end of the spectrum, it could force some out of business
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