European asset managers are cutting the number of research providers they use in response to MiFID II rules, which require both the buy side and the sell side to reassess how research is valued and obtained.
MiFID II, which came into force in January 2018, forces brokers to charge separately for the research they provide, reversing the previous system whereby free research was provided by banks and large brokers...
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