Best execution requirements will drive market structure change

Understanding what best execution means will play a key role

Pete Eggleston at Morgan Stanley
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Best execution requirements will continue to drive market structure shifts in 2017, as participants utilise appropriate analytical tools for assessing execution processes across trading styles, leading to greater algorithm usage across client segments, according to the founders of transaction cost analysis (TCA) provider BestX.

"Next year, we will see the continuation of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid) II implementation, which started in the second half of 2016. Market

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