SEC panelists: MiFID II not useful for credit markets yet and likely to get more complex (Premium)

Speaking at the SEC Fixed Income Market Structure Advisory Committee on Monday, several panelists noted that while MiFID II has introduced a new innovation in pre-trade transparency, in practice this is having no real benefit for credit markets yet, with the potential of none in the future either.
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