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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.

Pre- and post-trade transparency

The requirement to publish pre- and post-trade data will expand under MiFID II

Pre- and post-trade transparency

Trading venues are required under MiFID I to publish trade data for shares on regulated markets.

The publication requirement will be expanded under MiFID II to cover trades in additional types of financial instrument, including equity-like and non-equity instruments, and instruments traded on other kinds of trading venue.

Existing waivers for equities will be retained and extended to equity-like instruments. A volume cap will limit the number of trades that can take place under waivers.

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

    Pre- and post-trade transparency

    The requirement to publish pre- and post-trade data will expand under MiFID II

    Pre- and post-trade transparency

    Trading venues are required under MiFID I to publish trade data for shares on regulated markets.

    The publication requirement will be expanded under MiFID II to cover trades in additional types of financial instrument, including equity-like and non-equity instruments, and instruments traded on other kinds of trading venue.

    Existing waivers for equities will be retained and extended to equity-like instruments. A volume cap will limit the number of trades that can take place under waivers.

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

  • Third country access

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