“Challenges in market-abuse monitoring: Post MiFID” by Peter Nylén
Peter Nylén, Head of Financial Crime Surveillance at Trapets, has published an article in the Journal of Securities Operations & Custody Volume 12 Number 4 called Challenges in market-abuse monitoring: Post MiFID.
“Since the implementation of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) in 2007, the fragmentation and complexity of securities trading have increased and continue to do so even more particularly after the advent of MiFID2/MiFIR in 2018. European regulators, venues and investment firms are all required to contribute to the overall market-abuse monitoring but under widely different conditions and with access to totally different datasets with shifting quality and coverage. The emergence of the market abuse legislation since the first Market Abuse Directive from 2003 has meant that the obligations and expectations have steadily increased, which raises the questions of whether there is a big gap between what is expected and what is possible given the current situation, and what measures can be taken to close this gap.”
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Challenges in market-abuse monitoring: Post MiFID