Catching Up with Technology - The Impact of Regulatory Changes on ECNs/MTFs and the Trading Venue Landscape in Europe
AbstractWith RegNMS in the US and MiFID in the EU, regulators respond to recent yearsâ€™ changes in trading concepts and infrastructures. Both try to catch up with technological advances and intend to create a level playing field between the different types of trading venues and a harmonisation in the order execution process. The paper illustrates and analyses the regulatory environments and the impact of their upcoming changes on ECNs and MTFs with a specific focus on Europe. Scenarios will be developed on how the regulatory overhauls will alter the competitive landscape between Regulated Markets, ECNs/MTFs and order flow internalising entities.
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