Pressure builds on platforms for urgent solutions to MiFID II '10% rule' as deadline looms

As January 2018 deadline looms

Mike Sheen
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MiFID II '10%' rule deadline looms
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MiFID II '10%' rule deadline looms

Discretionary fund managers (DFMs), advisers and investment platforms are facing renewed pressure to draw up new contractual agreements and finalise the details of how they will work together to implement the "challenging" MiFID II '10% rule', in time to meet the implementation deadline of 3 January 2018.

The legislation requires firms providing portfolio management services to inform clients by the end of the working day when the value of their portfolio declines by 10% or more during a reporting period,...

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