MiFID II: Bonds, Brexit and the Buy Side

Published on 29 March 2018

Investors may not see the promised benefits of MiFID II as buy-side bond traders say that transparency has not been improved since last year.

At the same time, Brexit negotiations threaten to overturn transatlantic agreements around derivatives trading, increasing the costs for some asset managers.

Amir Khwaja, CEO at Clarus FT has looked at the data behind these issues and gives us his insight into the causes and potential risks for the end investor.

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