MiFID II Research Regime

Effect on US investment managers

SIMON CURRIE, WILLIAM YONGE, TIMOTHY W. LEVIN, THOMAS S. HARMAN, STEVEN W. STONE AND BRIAN J. BALTZ, MORGAN LEWIS

The MiFID II regime will have significant ramifications for US investment managers and their use of client commissions to obtain research—especially as cross-border impacts have yet to be addressed by global regulators.

With the January 3, 2018 effective date of the Markets in Financial Instruments (MiFID) II regime looming over EU investment firms, many investment managers are struggling to deal with the changes affecting inducements and research. Some of the...

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