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MiFID II

MiFID II will have a significant impact on financial institutions providing services in the EU. Hogan Lovells has created this site to help firms understand what will change under MiFID II, and how those changes may affect their business.

Market infrastructure, trading venues and CCPs

MiFID II will affect market infrastructure and lead to more rigorous regulation of trading venues

Market infrastructure, trading venues and CCPs

MiFID II introduces a new category of trading venue, the organised trading facility ("OTF"). OTFs are trading venues for instruments that are not traded on regulated markets or multilateral trading facilities ("MTFs").

MiFID II also seeks to ensure a level playing field among trading venues. The different kinds of trading venues, comprising regulated markets, MTFs and OTFs, will be subject to similar transparency and organisational requirements.

The existing regime for systematic internalisers ("SIs") will be extended. As a result, it is anticipated that more firms will be treated as SIs for a greater range of financial instruments.

MiFID II also sets out rules on access for trading venues and central counterparties ("CCPs").

Please click the link below to view our briefing note on this topic.

  • About MiFID II
  • Algorithmic and high-frequency trading
  • Commodity derivatives
  • Data reporting services
  • Derivatives
  • Investor protection
  • Transaction reporting
  • Market infrastructure, trading venues and CCPs

    Market infrastructure, trading venues and CCPs

    MiFID II will affect market infrastructure and lead to more rigorous regulation of trading venues

    Market infrastructure, trading venues and CCPs

    MiFID II introduces a new category of trading venue, the organised trading facility ("OTF"). OTFs are trading venues for instruments that are not traded on regulated markets or multilateral trading facilities ("MTFs").

    MiFID II also seeks to ensure a level playing field among trading venues. The different kinds of trading venues, comprising regulated markets, MTFs and OTFs, will be subject to similar transparency and organisational requirements.

    The existing regime for systematic internalisers ("SIs") will be extended. As a result, it is anticipated that more firms will be treated as SIs for a greater range of financial instruments.

    MiFID II also sets out rules on access for trading venues and central counterparties ("CCPs").

    Please click the link below to view our briefing note on this topic.

  • Member state implementation
  • MiFID II texts
  • Pre- and post-trade transparency
  • Third country access

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