Three years ago, the European Union introduced a new set of regulations for trading companies under a framework known as MiFID II. An update to the original MiFID framework, its goals included increased cost transparency and improved record-keeping practices, all for the sake of protecting the market and individual investors. The requirements laid out under MiFID II were extensive and signified substantial changes for the industry, but these changes did not arise in a vacuum. The current wave of digital transformation both drives and is driven by the shift to compliance with MiFID II.
Our new whitepaper, MiFID II and the Rise of Digital Transformation: Trends for 2021, explores the ways in which digital transformation may shape regulatory compliance in 2021 and how one of the least precedented years in living memory has factored into that already complicated scenario. Dive into:
The Impact of MiFID II and COVID-19 on the Operational Landscape of 2021
Digital Transformation and Its Effect on Trading Decisions
Investing in Technology and Outsourcing to Keep Up with Regulatory Requirements