Mastering MiFID II: Market Structure & Pre- and Post-Trade Implications

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Adapting the Sellside Execution Franchise

This report explores the different trading venues and counterparties under the updated Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II), and it evaluates how existing sellside franchise business models must adapt in anticipation of the new mandates. The report also uses a decision-making framework for banks to evaluate which MiFID II venue type designation is most suitable for their business, and it assesses the technology necessary to support execution franchises under MiFID II’s new market structures.

The report argues that most bulge-bracket banks are already in possession of all the technology infrastructure needed to support existing trade execution franchises in line with the changes to the market structures for the equities, fixed income, FX and OTC derivatives asset classes that MiFID II will create.

Published on: 10 Jan, 2017

Mastering MiFID II: Market Structure & Pre- and Post-Trade Implications – Table of Contents

  • 1.0 Introduction
    • 1.1 Pre- and Post-Trade Transparency
    • 1.2 Algorithms and High-frequency Trading
    • 1.3 Trading Obligations
  • 2.0 The Asset Class View
    • 2.1 Equities and Equities Derivatives
    • 2.2 Fixed Income
    • 2.3 FX
  • 3.0 MiFID II Venues and the Systematic Internaliser Designation
    • 3.1 Multilateral Trading Facilities
    • 3.2 Organised Trading Facilities
    • 3.3 Systematic Internalisers
  • 4.0 Adapting Business Models to the New Environment
    • 4.1 Flow Houses
    • 4.2 Prime Brokers
    • 4.3 Principal Risk Takers
    • 4.4 Niche Specialists
  • 5.0 Technology for MiFID II Venues and Reporting
    • 5.1 Post-trade Reporting
  • 6.0 Appendices
    • 6.1 Glossary of Terms
    • 6.2 Table of Figures