MiFID Changes Could Generate Higher Costs

16 Aug 2010

Amendments to client category changes for complex products under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive could create a complicated regulatory regime and lead to higher costs for investment firms, according to the Alternative Investment Management Association.

--Rob McGlinchey

Amendments to client category changes for complex products under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive could create a complicated regulatory regime and lead to higher costs for investment firms, according to the Alternative Investment Management Association.

The association, which is the trade body for the hedge fund ...

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