Brexit sours Swiss equivalence deal

Brexit wrecked a recent attempt by Switzerland to adopt parts of EU financial regulation, injecting a dose of politics into the previously orderly arrangements between the two jurisdictions, and creating uncertainty for EU firms trading on the Swiss stock exchange.

  • By Nell Mackenzie
  • 16 Feb 2018

Switzerland’s stock exchange has only been approved as “equivalent” to their European counterparts for a year, under the MiFID II and MiFIR rules — and even this decision, delivered just before Christmas last year, depends on broader Swiss politics.

This marks the first time the Commission has considered politics when ...

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