Financial Stability

Looming expiry of SEC relief leaves European asset manager with ‘research’ headache

By Justin Pugsley
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Upon going live in 2018, MiFID II stipulated that European asset managers had to pay directly for investment research. In the US, some market participants are required to pay for research via trading commissions – establishing clashing requirements for affected firms operating across the two regions. 

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