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Beyond Compliance to Business Transformation

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.

Making the Most of MiFID II: 

Maximising the Business Opportunities

MiFID II has brought sweeping changes to firms that manufacture, distribute or trade financial instruments in the European Union. We deconstruct the directive, walking you through some of the areas your firm can focus on that will deliver benefits to you and your clients.


Accelerating Global Business Trends

Three ways MiFID II is causing industry-wide change.

MiFID II Regulation - Transparecy"

Continuing investor preferences for low-cost investments.

Under the MiFID II regulation, investment fees are made fully transparent, leading to increased focus on already-popular low-cost products.

MiFID II Regulation - Investment Outcomes

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.

MiFID II Regulation - Technology

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.

Get more out of MiFID II changes for your business.

MiFID II regulatory requirements are an opportunity to get ahead of the competition. They can open the door to changes like standardising how you deliver advice, integrating new data easily within your systems and realigning your reporting process to efficiently deliver marketing and regulatory documents. Long term, these changes can help you position your firm as the first choice for investors.

Need Help Complying With MiFID II?

We’ll share strategies to optimise your implementation of the MiFID II obligations, whether you need to rethink your firm’s advice process for suitability, acquire new data for fee transparency or find independent equity research and manager research