Changing the equation – what does Brexit mean for MiFID II? Brickendon’s Singh talks to Intercontinental Finance & Law
Brickendon’s Executive Director and MiFID specialist, Harpreet Singh features in the latest edition of Intercontinental Finance & Law (issue: 148/18) discussing the impact of Brexit on MiFID II and the implications that have dominated the financial services sector....
With the MiFID II implementation deadline already upon us, Brickendon’s expert consultants look at the importance of adopting a cohesive test strategy.
With the MiFID II implementation deadline already upon us, Brickendon’s experts look at the issues associated with data quality and lineage and why it pays to have a globally consistent strategic and holistic approach to sourcing and populating data.
With the deadline for MiFID II compliance already having been delayed by a year to January 2018 in response to concerns about complexity, implementation plans should already be well under way in most financial institutions. Brickendon’s risk, regulation and data experts look at how implementing the correct Target Operating Model (TOM) could help organisations on the road to compliance.
From 11 January 2017, British Airways, the flag carrier for the United Kingdom and airline long-recognised for their exemplary customer service, removed complimentary food and drinks from their short-haul European flights.
The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, aka MiFID II, remains one of the most talked about regulations in the financial services sector. Its impacts are far reaching – both in terms of the macro structure of the overall financial markets and the internal functional areas within the financial institutions themselves.