Thomson Reuters completes Mifid II desktop enhancements

The firm starts onboarding clients to its improved multilateral trading facility

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Neill Penney: “Thomson Reuters is committed to helping its customers successfully navigate the road to compliance for Mifid II”

Thomson Reuters has completed enhancements to its FXall and FX Trading desktops, which will add multilateral trading facility (MTF) support for foreign exchange derivatives.

The firm announced on July 27 that it has also started onboarding customers, as the improved MTF will ensure clients remain fully compliant with the new execution requirements for FX derivatives, taking effect in January 2018 under the second Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid II).

“As a well-established MTF

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