Banks See Market Liquidity Sapped by EU's Failed-Trade FixBy
Mandatory buy-in threatens functioning of markets, ICMA says
Law intended to reduce risk, cost of cross-border settlement
Banks, investors and even some finance ministries have renewed their attacks on a European Union law intended to prevent the failure of cross-border securities transactions, arguing that it will drive up costs and hurt liquidity.
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