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MiFIR Data in a No-Deal Brexit World – Learn More at the DMI Summit 2019

The impact of a no-deal Brexit on data requirements under MiFIR is becoming clearer – and the implications are serious. While the L1 and L2 level MiFIR regulations will remain largely unchanged, the MiFIR data reporting landscape across the EU after a no-deal Brexit will change significantly in operational terms.
Mateusz Hojda of the Business Reporting – Advisory Group will be discussing key issues that require immediate attention in a panel on ‘Reviewing the regulatory landscape and impact of Brexit: The data management response’ at the Data Management Summit 2019 on March 21. Register now and secure your place.
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