Beyond Compliance to Business Transformation
Though the details are developing, the core principles of the MiFID II regulation are clear: investor protection, transparency and governance. We can help you take decisive action because these principles align perfectly with our mission. Let’s seize this compliance opportunity and use it to transform your business for the future.
It’s time to rethink how
to deliver suitable advice.
Under the MiFID II regulation, your firm will need tools to make sure your advisers are providing ongoing investment advice in every client’s best interest, along with clear reports on the fees they’re paying.
Investors need to know
what they’re paying for.
For your asset management business, you’ll need market data and reporting to ensure your products are suitable for the investors they are being sold to, along with data outlining new fee breakdowns.
You can have research
with greater value.
Research costs must be unbundled from brokerage services under the MiFID II regulation. Now is your chance to switch to equity research and manager research with a rigorous methodology that’s easy to understand.
Making the Most of MiFID II: How to Get Ready for the Requirements
By January 2018, MiFID II will bring sweeping changes to firms that manufacture, distribute or trade financial instruments in the European Union. We deconstruct the directive, walking you through some actions your firm can take to prepare for the regulation and the global business trends driving it.
Some folks look at this as an opportunity to evolve and become more efficient by putting in place modern, scalable processes, which will not only improve their businesses for the future but also offer investors better experiences.
Head of Client Solutions, EMEA
Accelerating Global Business Trends
Three ways MiFID II will catalyse industry-wide change.
Continuing investor preferences for low-cost investments.
Under the MiFID II regulation, investment fees will become fully transparent, leading to the increased use of already-popular low-cost products.
Building demand for outcome-oriented investment solutions.
Bans on advisor commissions will encourage fee-based financial planning services, which benefit from investments designed to help clients meet specific goals.
Technology that’s transforming the investor experience.
Technology can streamline compliance with MiFID II requirements while also helping you deliver exceptional experiences to your clients.