ESMA: Third-country trading venues

ESMA revised opinions on transactions on third-country trading venues

ESMA has published revised opinions covering third-country trading venues for post trade transparency and position limits under MiFID II / MiFIR. The opinions state that, pending an ESMA’s review of more than 200 third-country trading venues, transactions on third-country trading venues do not need to be made post-trade transparent, and/or positions held in those third-country venue contracts are not considered to be economically equivalent over-the-counter contracts.

It is expected that ESMA will review the third-country trading venues and publish the results in 2018.


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ESMA third-country trading venues

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