MIFID II solutions and services
Meeting your MiFID II obligations
We have the solutions and services to help you meet MiFID II compliance and requirements.
Solutions and services
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APA and publication services
The Tradeweb APA allows all asset classes to be published to supoport trade transparency rules under MiFID II.
All Refinitiv real-time data feeds were amended to support the revised micro-second time-stamping brought into effect by MiFID II. In addition, Refinitiv supports the aggregation of all new MiFID II venues, to help with our clients' trading needs.
Best execution monitoring and reporting
Bringing market and client data together, VA8 provides MiFID II-compliant best execution monitoring and reporting.
Pre- and post-trade transparency
In order to take advantage of the transparency provided by MiFID II, sales desks and traders will need to have access to the broadest and most up-to-date real-time market data.
Compliant reference data is the cornerstone of transaction reporting under MiFID II. Refinitiv added in excess of 200 additional fields to support MiFID II compliance ensuring our clients can report in a compliant manner.
Research, permissioning and unbundling
MiFID II forced companies to split out transaction fees from research charges, making the value of research more prominent. Tools such as StarMine allow our clients to pier-rank the research they consume, ensuring the qualitative aspects of MiFID are catered for.
Systematic Internaliser (SI) determination
We provide solutions to enable organizations to determine if they have breached MiFID II Systematic Internaliser (SI) thresholds. By leveraging the Refinitiv market data network, investment firms can be confident on whether they exceed these thresholds (and become an SI).
Transaction records & reporting
Investment firms must report transactions in any MiFID II financial instruments to their local regulator or approved reporting mechanism (ARM) no later than the close of the following working day.
Financial institutions must act in the best interest of their client, and it is therefore paramount for firms to have a deep understanding of who is distributing the financial products they manufacture.
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