Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofA) has thrown down the gauntlet to other US financial firms struggling to navigate MiFID II research rules by filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission to be a registered investment adviser, according to reports.
Investment Week reported earlier this month that UK-based buy-side firms could be left without access to key research sources in January 2018 if a solution to the clash between incoming MiFID II rules...
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Industry Voice: Today Lyxor ETF interviews Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, Societe Generale Chairman and formerly "Italy's man at the ECB".