Born Tech’s Haworth on MiFID II’s Real-Time Problems

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

Associate Editor

MiFID II may have been implemented in January, but that does not mean that everyone in markets was adequately prepared. Certain aspects of the regulation, such as unbundling, were widely understood, but MiFID’s RTS 6 obligation might have some participants still adjusting. RTS 6 requires that firms engaging in direct electronic access (DEA) or algorithmic trading monitor their activities and markets in real-time for “disorderly trading.” In this video, Born Technology’s CEO Derek Haworth talks about some of these challenges stemming from MiFID II.


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