What will MiFID II do to improve the quality, format and costs of market data?

Anne PlestedThe latest in my series of PMQs looks at the key aspects of data consolidation covered in the EC’s Public Consultation paper on the Review of MiFID.

The EC proposes regulatory intervention to improve post-trade information and facilitate data consolidation. This would apply across equity and non-equity markets.

All the market feedback I have had is that there is an urgent need for an affordable consolidated tape in Europe, similar to what is available in the US. However, some participants argue that a tape in itself will not solve any of the underlying issues.

Click here to read my summary of the likely changes in this important area and feel free to share your own views on the subject by leaving a comment.

Coming soon on PMQs: MiFID II and Commodity Derivatives

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