DTCC: Unbundling MiFID II – Meeting Post-Trade Challenges

Through the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II), regulators are seeking greater transparency across the trading process, part of which may entail separating the costs of trading activity from research spend, in order to gain insights on the actual cost of the research. As a result, firms are looking to make changes to their trading and front-office operations, as well as their post-trade processes.

Historically, buy-side firm dealing commissions have been bundled with the

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