MiFID II, the legislation that governs transparency around the charges for investment research, went live on 1 January. We consider life after MiFID II, what this means for investors, brokers and corporates and highlight the unintended consequences.
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Opportunity for company to improve
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43% voiced concerns
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Both sides want to avoid mutual damage
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To aid regulatory reporting
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'Mutually beneficial solution'
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