The introduction of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) in 2007 saw greater transparency in financial markets and investment services. The aim was to provide protection for customers and along with it the concept of Best Execution, which is the foundation of the Equiduct model.
MiFID II, which is expected to become effective in January 2018, brings with it new regulation for trading venues covering aspects such as reporting, organisational structure and proving Best Execution.
Since the publication of MiFID II Equiduct has been reviewing the text, consulting and understanding their implications, and planning its implementation. This section of the website will display Equiduct’s plan for delivering the applicable aspects of MiFID II, which in the coming months will include timelines, the results of the working groups, progress and data required to be submitted by our members.If you have any questions regarding Equiduct’s plan for implementing MiFID II please contact firstname.lastname@example.org