Banks May Get Extra Time to Soften Up EU Financial-Market Rules

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  • European Commission considers postponing MiFID II start date
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The Deutsche Bank headquarter skyscraper offices in Frankfurt.

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Financial companies pushing back against Europe’s post-crisis market rule book for the past five years may get more time to chip away at regulations they say threaten their businesses.

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