In the Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation, requirements in relation to the disclosure of trading transparency data and the reporting of business information to the competent authorities are defined, while barriers are also remove that had hitherto prevented discrimination-free access to clearing facilities. In order to increase transparency in the derivatives markets rules are also being introduced, for the purpose of relocating a large proportion of derivative trading to organised trading venues as well as specific supervisory measures being defined in relation to financial instruments and derivative positions.
German: MiFIR (541)
Source: FMA AT m. e. E., 30.10.2018
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