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MiFID II Transparency Puts Stress on Data Architecture

Buy-side firms are facing huge changes in disclosure and transparency requirements, which could upend their data management architectures, according to this guest commentary from FlexTrade.

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STA Officers and Board of Governors

STA Officers and Board of Governors



Front row: Dean Sharon Smith, Fordam University, Bronx; Janet Pitman, Roger Engemann, Pasadena; Barbara Schanmier,

ICC, Chicago; Roger Levine, Preferred Capital Markets, San Francisco; Lee Korins, STA, New York; Michael Barone, Wm.

Blair, Chicago; Richard Sorrentino, RBC Dominion Securities, New York; Michael Bird, R.J. Steichen, Minneapolis; Back row: Edward Fleischman, Esq., Linklaters & Paines, New York; Andrew Brooks, T. Rowe Price, Baltimore; Arthur Kearney, ETG, Wayzata; Jack Hughes, Janney Montgomery Scott, Philadelphia; Bradley Belt, Commonwealth Group, Washington, D.C.; Rob King, The Robinson-Humphrey Co., Atlanta; James Duncan, Canaccord Capital, Toronto; Mary McDermott-Holland, Franklin Portfolio Assoc., Boston; Dave Franasiak, Williams and Jensen, Washington DC; Stephen O’Neil, Mitchell Hutchins Assoc., New York.


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