International Regulatory Strategy Group
Published 19 Apr 2013
The IRSG MiFID Working Group has produced a short briefing paper on trading transparency and market liquidity in the MiFID2/MiFIR proposals. The group agrees that an increase in pre- and/or post-trade transparency in some segments of the non-equity markets could deliver benefits to market participants and the public. However, any newly introduced transparency regime should be carefully calibrated so that its costs do not outweigh its potential benefits.
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