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ESMA updates its MiFID II Q&As on transparenc

  1. ESMA updates its MiFID II Q&As on transparency. 15 November 2017. MiFID - Secondary Markets. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has today updated its Questions and Answers ( Q&As) regarding transparency and market structure issues under the Market in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) and Regulation (MiFIR)
  2. In this regard, the ESMA proposals aim at simplifying the regime in order to increase post-trade transparency. Section 3.3 concludes with the trading obligation for derivatives for which ESMA suggests some targeted amendments. The second part of the paper focuses on the Level 2 review (Section 4)
  3. POST-TRADING. ESMA's main roles in the post-trading area are implementing regulations on the EU's markets infrastructure (EMIR) and central securities depositories (CSDR), co-ordinating issues such as settlement discipline and Target2-Securities (T2S), and providing information on the Settlement Finality Directive (SFD). Post trading
  4. ing third-country trading venues for the purpose of position limits under MiFID2 (the Position Limit Opinion, available here.
  5. Post-trade transparency opinion. ESMA considers that only a TCTV that meets all of the following criteria should be considered a trading venue for the purposes of the MiFIR post-trade transparency regime: It operates a multilateral system; It is subject to authorisation in accordance with the legal and supervisory framework of the third countr
  6. d. it has a post-trade transparency regime in place which ensures that transactions concluded on that trading venue are published as soon as possible after the transaction was executed or, in clearly defined situations, after a deferral period. 11. Therefore, ESMA considers that for the purposes of Articles 20 and 21 of MiFIR E
  7. • ESMA's choices risk resulting in (1) an overly broad definition of liquid markets that does not recognise the dynamic nature of liquidity; and (2) unsuitably high size thresholds for preand post- -trade transparency. Thresholds should be set higher for all the asset classes (e.g. currently 2x trades a day for bonds)

Pre-trade transparency requirements apply Shares must be traded on RMs, MTFs and SIs only. Post-trade transparency requirements apply Shares ETFs Certificates Depositary Receipts *Derivatives *Bonds *Structured Finance Products *Emission Allowances I ts 28 January 2015 | DG Agri Expert Group, Brussels 2. Post-trade transparency 2.1. Regime applicable to venues in respect of equity instruments For equity instruments, MiFIR Article 7 states that competent authorities may authorise operators of a trading venue to provide for deferred publication of the details of transactions based on their type or size

Revised post-trade transparency regime (including equity-like and non-equity instruments) Post-trade transparency The post-trade transparency regime has been extended to include non-equity and equity-like instruments and instruments traded on MTFs and OTFs. MiFID II retains the requirement for operators of trading venues to mak It also takes account of the statements we and ESMA issued about post-trade transparency. It builds on the Statements of Policy we issued on 4 March about how we will use our temporary powers for the MiFID II transparency regime that are set out in the onshored MiFIR. FIRDS, FITRS,. In June 2020, ESMA published an updated opinion and annexed list covering the post-trade transparency assessment results of third-country trading venues (TcTVs). According to the ESMA, European Union investment firms concluding transactions on TcTVs included in the positive list are relieved from the obligation to make those transactions post-trade transparent via an approved publication arrangement (APA) trade transparency in these markets is lessened compared to much more liquid markets such as equities. The Associations' members note that while accuracy and quality of post-trade transparency data has been an issue since the full application of MIFID 2, OTC derivatives end-users have not asked for increased pre-trade transparency

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  1. What is Post-Trade Reporting? Articles 14-23 of MiFIR outline the transparency requirements and obligations for investment firms across asset classes as defined in Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) 1 and 2. These include: Near to real-time reporting to the market via FIX (Financial Information eXchange
  2. With Brexit there is the very real situation that post-trade transparency reporting will need to be directed to either the EU or UK APA as well as liquidity shifting away from the main markets and the impact of ESMA's Trading Obligation views
  3. ESMA nonetheless recognises that duplicating transparency would not contribute to the objectives of MiFIR and could in fact present misleading information. ESMA, therefore, will identify trading venues subject to 'similar' post trade transparency requirements, thus not requiring duplicate trade reporting by EU investment firms, within an annex to the Opinion
  4. Liquidity Matters: Pre and Post trade transparency under MiFID II - the impact of Systematic Internalisers 26 February 2018 Kirston Winters With Systematic Internaliser (SI) obligations having taken on effect on 3 Jan 2018, most large dealers have already or are weighing the pros and cons of choosing to opt-in to the SI regime early, ahead of 1 September 2018 SI ESMA assessment based on trade volumes
  5. Post-trade transparency for bonds. The Danish FSA has decided to allow deferral of publication of post trade information for bond transactions above the so-called size-specific to instrument threshold (SSTI). This is a consequence of new calculations from the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) increasing the publication thresholds.
  6. atory basis, for the arrangements made for publishing the above information to investment firms which are obliged to publish those details of their transactions in non-equity instruments themselves
  7. China's DCE, ZCE Assessed as Post-trade Transparency Positive. By Editors, Regulation Asia. Published on 8th October 2020. The positive assessments relieve EU investment firms from the obligation to make DCE and ZCE transactions post-trade transparent via an APA
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Post-trade transparency obligations to make available the price, volume and time of transactions will also be extended to all trading venues and the same range of financial instruments, subject to deferral of disclosure for transactions that are large in scale compared to normal market size (block trades) if authorised by the competent authority As shown in scenario (a), if both IFs are also SIs, the seller has an obligation to report the post-trade transparency data (section 15 of RTS 1).However, where the Investment Firm is a SI and it entered into a transaction with another non-SI Investment Firm (as in scenario (b) or (c) above), the SI will make the transaction public through an APA regardless of which side it is acting for. The revised Opinions state that, pending an assessment by ESMA of more than 200 third-country trading venues under the criteria in the Opinions, transactions on third-country trading venues are not subject to post-trade transparency requirements nor will positions in commodity derivatives traded on those third-country venues be treated as potentially EEOTC contracts The existing pre and post- - trade transparency requirements will be extended to cover shares and other equity-like instruments such as depositary receipts, exchange-traded funds and certificates that are traded on regulated markets, MTFs andOTFs. Pre -trade transparency requirements will be calibrated fo

ESMA Clarifies Transparency Rules, Position Limits for Non-EU Venues. ESMA has clarified its application of post-trade transparency requirements and the position limits regime to third-country trading venues. June 4, 2020 Flag up! Making sense of MiFID II's post-trade prices. By Brad Small, Fixed income product manager and Gary Stone, Regulatory Analyst and Market Structure Strategist at Bloomberg. In many cases. 3 General Q&As on transparency topics [Section 2] (i) A number of amendments to technical questions related to reporting fields and the use of non-equity flags, for example for post-trade deferrals and package transactions, see pp. 12-17 in the ESMA Q& ESMA provides update on assessment of third-country trading venues for the purpose of post-trade transparency and position limits Thursday 20 December 2018 10:18 Skip to main content About this sit

CFFEX Included in ESMA's Post-Trade Transparency Positive List. 2020-06-09. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) recently published an updated opinion on post-trade transparency under MiFID II and MiFIR and its annexed list covering the post-trade transparency assessment results of 136 third-country trading venues. ESMA provides further guidance for transactions on 3rd country trading venues for post-trade transparency and position limits under MiFID II/MiFIR Friday 15 December 2017 14:42 Skip to main content About this sit for a bond are not published in FITRS or on the ESMA website, the pre-trade transparency thresholds to be applied are the pre-trade threshold floors specified in Table 2.3 of Annex III in RTS 2 for both the pre-trade and the post-trade transparency LIS and SSTI. This rule should be applied in all cases when one or more of the fou Post-trade transparency opinion. ESMA considers that only a TCTV that meets all of the following criteria should be considered a trading venue for the purposes of the MiFIR post-trade transparency.

Newsflash: ESMA opinions - position limits and post trade

  1. ESMA believes that some amendments to the pre- and post-trade transparency requirements applicable to venues trading crypto-assets are needed, as the current requirements are tailored to traditional financial instruments. This would require amendments to MiFIR Level 1 legislation and related Level 2 provisions
  2. Equities Transparency — ESMA's Observations . Pre- and post-trade transparency requirements for shares were introduced by MiFID I. MiFID II aligned the transparency rules applicable to trading venues and multilateral trading facilities , and expanded the scope of the obligation to equity-like instruments (i.e
  3. utes after a trade has taken place in the first three years of implementation, reducing to five

MiFID's Transparency Rules: ESMA Confirms Equivalence of

post-trade reporting and SFTs. ICMA advocated that SFTs should not be subject to pre- and post-trade transparency obligations. On 30 June 2016, an agreed amendment to MiFID II/R was published in the Official Journal that included an exemption for SFTs under Article 1 relating to pre- and post-trade transparency obligations 3 Pre-trade transparency regime for trading venues in respect of shares, depositary receipts, ETFs, certificates and other similar financial instruments. 3.1 ESMA's assessment of the pre-trade transparency framework; 3.2 General approach and legal framework; 3.3 Feedback to the consultation; 3.4 ESMA's assessment and recommendation Launched in 2018, the current transparency regime has created fixed income and derivatives trade data that is mostly unusable, say participants. But while everyone agrees the regime must be improved, no-one agrees on how. The thorniest issue now splintering the market is whether to alter the timing of post-trade publication

- Data access - specifically, the automated download of the post-trade files - Data consumption - i.e. the post-trade file format and syntax 1 ESMA, Consultation Paper, MiFID II/ MiFIR review report on the transparency regime for non-equity instruments and the trading obligation for derivatives, March 2020, p6 The DGCX met all the criteria set out in the ESMA Opinion (determining TCTVs for the purpose of transparency under MiFID II and MiFIR), including the requirement to have a post-trade transparency.

ESMA states that it will carry out determinations of third-country trading venues and publish the results in the course of 2018. View ESMA revised opinions on transactions on third-country trading venues for post-trade transparency and position limits under MiFID II, 15 December 201 ESRB opinion on ESMA's report . on post trade risk reduction services with regards to the clearing obligation (Article 85(3a) EMIR) The General Board of the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB) welcomes the consultation paper of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) on post trade reduction services (PTRRS) wit

DCE Included in ESMA's Post-Trade Transparency Positive Lis

MiFID II Pre-/post-trade transparency Hans Wolters QED Workshop Brussels, 11 June 2014 - ESMA: RTS/ITS and technical advice for delegated acts - RTS: 12 months, ITS 18 months, technical advice 8 months - RTS/ITS: two rounds of consultation, Discussion Paper (22 May - 1 August. On 17 July 2020, the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) published an opinion providing guidance on pre-trade transparency waiver for equity and non-equity instruments.The opinion replaces the earlier guidance from the Committee of European Securities Regulators and ESMA's opinions on waivers from pre-trade transparency under MiFID II ESMA will then indicate whether the exemption complies with MiFIR. This is a non-binding advice. On 28 September 2017, ESMA issued a public statement regarding the joint work plan of ESMA and national competent authorities (NCAs) for opinions on MiFID II pre-trade transparency waivers and position limits The positive assessments relieve EU investment firms from the obligation to make DCE and ZCE transactions post-trade transparent via an APA.ESMA (European Securities and Markets Authority) has add China's DCE, ZCE Assessed as Post-trade Transparency Positiv

Post-Trade Transparency: • Depending on liquidity and size, the post-trade requirement is either real-time, deferred up to 4 weeks, or waived (at the discretion of NCA) • Execution data is currently scattered across different trading venues, with no consolidated data source and no common reporting format Post-trade risk reduction has become increasingly common as a means to reduce risks in the ESMA to provide exemption from clearing for these risk-reducing transactions. trade transparency requirements or best execution requirements for the purpose of transactions created i

Post trade transparency requirements for non equity instru ments Q132 Do you from PS 101 at Harvard Universit ESMA has published two revised opinions on transaction on third-country trading venues for post-trade transparency and position limits requirements under MiFID II. Free Practical Law trial. To access this resource, sign up for a free trial of Practical Law

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ESMA (at 1 February 2020). The new bond market transparency requirements fall under two categories: Pre-trade transparency: this consists in publishing the firm conditions under which transactions may be conducted in terms of price and quantities. It applies to trading venues and Systematic Internalisers (SI). Orde The LIS waiver is the most frequently used, according to ESMA's report, and ETFs accounted for roughly 64% of the total turnover executed under the LIS pre-trade transparency waiver. In terms of the total number of transactions executed under the LIS waiver, trading in shares accounted for 87% followed by ETFs at 8% 2) Post-trade transparency and position limits regime ESMA intends to conduct an assessment of U.K. trading venues for the purposes of the post-trade transparency and position limits regime. Without a positive assessment, EU27 investment firms will be required to make transactions executed on a U.K. trading venue public in the EU27 via an EU Approved Publication Arrangement In June 2020, ESMA published an updated opinion and annexed list covering the post-trade transparency assessment results of third-country trading venues (TcTVs). According to the ESMA, European Union investment firms concluding transactions on TcTVs included in the positive list are relieved from the obligation to make those transactions post-trade transparent via an approved publication.

The effects of Brexit on MiFID II post-trade transparency

Please note, that the ESMA transparency data is generally calculated and published on yearly basis, but there may be changes from one day to another. INET Nordic Production impact Good-till-cancelled (GTC) orders that are carried to April 1, 2021 and that might fall off tick, will be rounded to a less aggressive price (default) or rejected if that is preferred by Member ESMA has published an opinion on whether the requirement in Articles 20 and 21 of the Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation (Regulation 600/2014) (MiFIR) for firms to make information on transactions traded on a trading venue public through an approved publication arrangement (APA) applies also to transactions carried out on a third-country trading venue As a result of the phased-in trade threshold, ESMA doubled the issuance thresholds for determining if newly issued corporate and covered bonds have a liquid market to 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), the EU's securities markets regulator, has today made available the results of the annual transparency calculations for non-equity instruments, which will apply from 1 June 2021. These calculations include the liquidity assessment and the determination of the pre- and post-trade size specific to the instruments and large in scale. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published its first two review reports on MiFID II's transparency regime. The first report reviewed MiFIR implementation for equity instruments and recommended amendments to pre-trade transparency regimes to reduce the use of reference price waivers, and a more clarified scope of the trading obligations for third-country shares

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ESMA revised opinions on third-country trading venues for

Esma today publishes a revision of its waiver document (ESMA/2011/241) which provides information on the pre-trade transparency of trading systems already set up in the European Union and informs. Articles 12 to 16 set out the post-trade transparency obligations for trading venues and investment firms trading outside a trading venue. Article 17 details the provisions common to pre-trade and post-trade transparency calculations such as the methodology, date of publication and date of application of the transparency calculations Whilst in Europe this approach may serve to ensure post-trade transparency within the EU27, Blog post ESMA sheds light on OTC trade reporting under No-Deal. 07 Mar 0 1 Blog post transparency LIS thresholds to allow for pre-trade transparency to be waived where appropriate. Having said this and in order to achieve an optimal outcome for the market and legislative intentions, we would like to raise a critical aspect to ESMA. To our view, it is imperative for ESMA to take into account th Article 12 Obligation to make pre-trade and post-trade data available separately; Article 13 Obligation to make pre-trade and post-trade data available on a reasonable commercial basis; Title III Transparency for Systematic Internalisers and Investment Firms Trading OTC and Tick Size Regime for Systematic Internalisers (arts. 14-23

Liquidity Matters: Pre and Post trade transparency under

  1. ESMA Q&A on MiFID II and MiFIR transparency topics published by ESMA on 5 April 2017 The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published a Q&A on 5 April 2017 providing further guidance on MiFID II and MiFIR transparency topics. Below is a summary of key points on the post-trade reporting obligation
  2. Post-trade reporting has been around since MiFID I but was re-envisioned under MiFID II to create transparency and a level playing field while encouraging investor confidence, strengthening protection and reducing risk
  3. 09 April 2020 . The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), the EU's securities markets regulator, is issuing a Public Statement postponing the application of the annual non-equity transparency calculations and the calculations for the systematic internaliser test for derivatives, ETCs, ETNs, emission allowances and structured finance products (SFPs) under MiFID II
  4. On 30 April 2021, ESMA published results of the annual transparency calculations for non-equity instruments, which will come into effect on 31 May 2021. Therefore, Eurex will adjust the TES (Trade Entry Service)/EnLight Minimum Block Trade Sizes (MBTS) as well as the Non-Disclosure Limits for certain products to ensure compliance with the ESMA pre-/post-trade thresholds, effective 31 May 2021
  5. ESMA have released a Consultation Paper - MiFIR review report on the obligations to report transactions and reference data Article 26(10) of MiFIR requires the European Commission (EC) to present a report to the European Parliament and the Council to assess the functioning of the transaction reporting regime under this Article
  6. The European Securities and Markets Authority has provided an update on its assessment of third-country trading venues for the purpose of post-trade transparency and position limits under MiFID II and MiFI
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The revised opinions state that, pending an ESMA assessment of more than 200 third-country trading venues under the criteria in the two opinions, transactions on third-country trading venues do not need to be made post-trade transparent and/or positions held in those third-country venue contracts are not considered to be economically equivalent over-the-counter (EEOTC) contracts The European Securities and Markets Authority has published the first liquidity assessment for bonds subject to the pre- and post-trade transparency requirements under MiFI ESMA publishes report on post trade risk reduction services. November 10, 2020. Finadium Editorial Team. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), the EU's securities markets regulator, has today released a Report on Post Trade Risk Reduction services (PTRR) under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) The European Securities and Markets Authority has published two revised opinions providing guidance related to third-country trading venues for post trade transparency and position limits..

ESMA fosters derivatives market transparency. The European Union's derivatives markets are becoming more transparent through the public availability of harmonised aggregate data reported to the six trade repositories (TRs) registered with the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) under the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) Based on its assessment, ESMA has concluded that China Financial Futures Exchange (CFFEX) meets all the relevant criteria and is therefore added to the positive list concerning TCTVs post-trade transparency assessment

SSDA response to ESMA consultation on MiFIR Transparency Regime for Non-Equity and DTO - 19 April 2020 Blasieholmsgatan 4B / Box 1426 , SE-111 84 Stockholm +46 8-56 26 07 00 info@svenskvardepappersmarknad.s This educational document provides our members with a structured approach to understanding the post-trade transparency (PTT) obligations defined under Article 6, 10, 20, and 21 of MiFIR. This document also highlights the key challenges and practical implementation options for the impacted qualifying investment firms to consider as they progress with plans to be MiFID II compliant

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MiFID II: overview of trade transparency requirementsby Practical Law Financial Services Related Content Maintained • European UnionThe MiFID II Directive (2014/65/EU) and the Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation (Regulation 600/2014) (MiFIR) repealed and recast the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (2004/39/EC) (MiFID).Together, the MiFID II Directive and MiFIR form the. 2) Post-trade transparency and position limits regime ESMA intends to conduct an assessment of U.K. trading venues for the purposes of the post-trade transparency and position limits regime ESMA updates its MiFID II / MiFIR Q&As on transparency and market structures topics Tuesday 29 May 2018 11:52 The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has today updated its Questions and Answers regarding transparency and market structures issues under the Market in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) and Regulation (MiFIR) the mechanism to report executed trades, fulfilling their MiFID II post-trade transparency obligations; ESMA UPDATES ITS Q&AS ON TRANSPARENCY AND IN PARTICULAR THE SYSTEMATIC INTERNALISER REGIME. 05/06/2019. On Monday ESMA updated its Q&A on Transparency issues GFMA FX Division, AFME and ISDA Submit Comments to ESMA on Outstanding Uncertainties in the MiFIR Post‐Trade Transparency Framework-attachment Members of the GFMA alliance GFMA serves as a forum that brings together its existing regional trade association members to address issues with global implications

High level summary of Nasdaq´s reply to ESMA consultation on MiFID II level II Transparency introduce further granularity and proper calibration in the definition of pre- and post-trade large. Transparency in the market. At Refinitiv, we are committed to bringing transparency to the market through pre- and post-trade data sourced from systematic internalisers (SIs), approved publication arrangements (APAs), and trading venues. We bring them together via Elektron Real Time feeds or displayed on the Eikon desktop ESMA Q&As on MiFID II transparency topics . CFD-#18389349-v3 3 technical standards on the volume Post trade transparency - equity instruments Articles 6 and 7 of MiFIR Articles 12, 14 and 15 of Commission Delegated Regulation of 14 July 2016 with regard to regulatory technical standards on transparency requirements for trading venue The European Securities and Markets Authority has updated the list of third-country venues (TCTV) in the context of the opinion on post-trade transparency under MiFIR, following new requests from the industry

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published an opinion clarifying the concept of 'traded on a trading venue' (TOTV) in respect of over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives under MiFID2 and MiFIR.. The concept of TOTV is particularly relevant for: pre-trade and post-trade transparency requirements on market operators and investments firms operating a trading venue, and for. MarketAxess and Trax Respond on MiFID II: Rules mainly positive, but proposed pre-trade transparency requirements for less frequently traded bonds risk impairment in liquidity London - Thursday 7 August, 2014. In response to ESMA's request for comments on its MiFID II/MiFIR Consultation an

ESMA provides further guidance for transactions on 3rd country trading venues for post-trade transparency and position limits under MiFID II/MiFIR. ESMA will carry out the determination of third-country trading venues and publish the results in the course of 2018. Topics. Risk & Regulatio ESMA updates MiFID II and MiFIR Q&As on market structures and transparency ESMA updates MiFID II and MiFIR Q&As on market structures and transparency — Maitre Tankoua Ltd (@_tankoua) December 21, 201 the following pre- and post-trade transparency topics: 1) The requirements to publish information on post-trade data 15 minutes after publication free of charge. ESMA has set out practices that are not compatible with the requirement to make data available free of charge and ensure non-discriminatory access to the information, including: a The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has updated the list of third-country venues (TCTV) in the context of the opinions on post-trade transparency and position limits under MiFID II and MiFIR

What is a Multilateral trading facility (MTF)?MIFID II Transparency will leave us in the dark

instruments identified compared to ESMA's earlier transitional transparency calculations. Background MiFID II became applicable on 3 January 2018 introducing, amongst others, pre- and post-trade transparency requirements for equity and non-equity instruments, including for bonds. Post-trade, MiFID II requires real-time publication of the. ESMA will provide the annual transparency calculations for non-equity instruments at instrument (ISIN) basis, both liquid and illiquid ones, as of 30 April 2021. This information will be made available through the Financial Instruments Transparency System (FITRS) both by publishing XML files (here) and through the Register web interface (here)

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Welcome to Euro Shorts, a short briefing on some of the week's developments in the financial services industry in Europe. If you would like to discuss any of ESMA provides further guidance for transactions on 3rd country trading venues for post-trade transparency and position limits under MiFID II/MiFIR https://t.co. ESMA Opinion clarifies application of pre-trade transparency and price determination in frequent batch auctions Friday 04 October 2019 12:43 The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), the EU's securities markets regulator, as today published an opinion on frequent batch auctions (FBAs) and the double volume cap mechanism. ESMA's Opinion reflects the conclusion Post-trade reporting of non-equity trades under MiFID II will be too onerous and expensive for single services, known as consolidated tape providers (CTPs), the European Securities and Markets. ESMA's annual transparency calculations are based on the data provided to Financial Instruments Transparency System (FITRS) by trading venues and arranged publication arrangements others, pre-trade and post-trade transparency requirements for equity and non-equity instruments ESMA: Crypto platforms should trade under MiFID II rules Platforms trading crypto-assets that qualify as financial instruments should be subject to the rules, but ESMA has advised a bespoke regime be implemented for firms trading crypto-assets outside of the MiFID scope

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