IHS Markit: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: MiFID II’s Buy-Side / Sell-Side Standoff

Repapering of terms under MiFID II is potentially a massive problem for the buy-side.  This issue is often overlooked as asset managers typically rely on their sell-side partners for support. Broker-dealers and banks provide trading strategies, liquidity and even reporting.

Now, under MiFID II, dealers’ terms of business are changing. Buy-side firms have to review these terms for each sell-side relationship at speed to meet the 3rd January 2018 deadline. The repapering of derivative trading

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