Deep Dive: MiFID II could open path for a nuclear resurgence

Set to benefit from the regulation

Eve Maddock-Jones
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The ingrained focus on sustainability built into EU investor protection policy MiFID II could see the nuclear power sector hugely benefit by virtue of the sector's “green credentials”.

MiFID II was the second iteration of the European Union regulation, which aimed to increase the transparency across the bloc's financial markets, especially around costs, and standardise the regulatory disclosures required for firms operating in the region. The first MiFID policy was originally drafted in 2004 and was readdressed following the Global Financial Crisis. The latest update, MiFID II, replaced the primary version in 2018, but was only officially implemented in August last year. Further reforms to MiFID II research rules - a worthwhile move? Abhimanyu Chatterjee, chie...

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