The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) is the biggest change programme Europe's capital markets have ever attempted. It takes all the protection away from Europe's Stock Exchanges and forces investment banks, brokers and dealers to guarantee best execution. The organisational, process and technology changes demanded by the MiFID are massive. In order to understand these challenges, industry commentator Chris Skinner has gathered the views of Europe's leading figures in the MiFID community to discuss its implications. From an introduction from the European Business School and European Commission, through the views of leaders in the key constituencies of MiFID Connect and the MiFID Joint Working Group, through to organisations supporting the markets such as Reuters and SWIFT, this book provides a 360-degree perspective of the world of investing in Europe's markets after the MiFID implementation. Anyone who has anything to do with dealing, trading and investing in European equities and instruments will find this book an essential guide to the markets now and into the future.
With this book as their guide, readers will understand: * The key MiFID business issues * How to implement the directive * How it will affect the markets once it comes into force
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Author Biography - Chris Skinner
CHRIS SKINNER is well-known for his regular columns on Finextra.com and in the Banker magazine, as well as for being a regular keynote at the world's largest financial services conferences including SWIFT's SIBOS, BAI in the USA, IIR in Europe and the Financial Times in the UK. When not on the circuit, Chris is Chief Executive of Balatro, a think tank on the future of financial services, and Chairman of the Financial Services Club, a UK-based group which meets regularly to debate the future of the financial markets. He is also Chairman of the Banker's Technology Awards; a Judge with the TradeTech Awards and the Asian Banker's Excellence in Retail Financial Services program; as well as a contributor to the World Economic Forum's program focused upon the future of banking. He lives in London, England, and can be found regularly at the world's airport lounges gathering views and news on banking worldwide.