Amsterdam, London, deviancy and regulators

The shift of equity trading from London to Amsterdam may be permanent – but it isn’t terminal. In our look at European equity trading Anish Puaar, market structure analyst, Europe at Rosenblatt Securities, outlines the real shift in equity trading is a reversal of European shares being traded in London, which had benefited from the MiFID’s 2007 ruling that allowed shares to be traded away from their home market.

As this European order flow moves back to the continent, questions are arising around future divergence of regulation, particularly with the European Commission’s plans to revise MiFID II later this year.

Published on April 21, 2021

Share this Article


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.