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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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Front Row: Jamey Gallemore, Jefferies & Company, Dallas; Rick Andrews, Jones & Associates, Fort Worth; Scott Stegall, Wilson Davis, Denton; Alex Tollen, Karen Duckworth, both First London Securities, Stuart Berwick, Southwest Securities, Natalie Eastvald, Coastal Securities, Jim Mooney, Capital Institutional Services, Jim Noakes, Jefferies & Company, all Dallas.

Back Row: Russell Hildreth, David Cochran, both Coastal Securities, Rick Benners, Southwest Securities, all Dallas; Leon Lants, Stephens, Little Rock; Michael Young, First London Securities, Dallas; Tom Hayden, Huberman Financial, Flower Mound; Clint Turner, Southwest Securities, Dallas, Brit King, Sanders Morris Harris, Houston; Bill Cummings, Coastal Securities, Lou Matrone, Southwest Securities, both Dallas.


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