Swedish supervisor and market players agree on reduced transparency post-MiFID II

Transparency in the Swedish bond market has decreased since the MiFID II and MiFIR rules entered into force, says Sweden's financial supervisory authority, calling for concerted effort in improving the situation.

Gustav Fransson fund manager at Coeli Asset Management | Photo: PR / Coeli/Coeli

Transparency in the Swedish bond trading markets has decreased, says Sweden's financial supervisory authority Finansinspektionen.

The FSA bases this finding on its recent analysis of the impact of the transparency regulation introduced in 2018 when the Directive and the Regulation for the securities market entered into force.

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