New Danish solution targets tighter price spreads for mortgage bond prices

The implementation of the EU’s MiFID II directive could have eroded price transparency in the Danish mortgage bond market. But Nasdaq Copenhagen and Finans Danmark have come up with a solution that may provide even tighter price spreads.

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It looked as if the Danish mortgage bond market's high level of price transparency was under threat from the implementation of the EU’s MiFID II directive.

However, Nasdaq Copenhagen and the financial sector lobby group Finans Danmark found a solution that could end up providing an even higher degree of price transparency than the market had before. The new prices went live on Monday, 26 February.

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