Nine months on, how is the market handling the implementation of MiFID II? How is the trade landscape adjusting to the new SI regime? What impact will Brexit have on UK and European regulation, and will the UK suffer from a loss of legislative influence? What has been the outcome of the regulation compared to its original intentions, and what can we expect from a possible MiFID III? Dr Kay Swinburne, a member of the European Parliament and key architect of the original MiFID II regulation, answers all these questions and more in her keynote address at our recent MiFID II Briefing entitled ‘Interacting with the New Market Structure’, held on September 18th in the City of London.