Germany Says Proposed MiFID Market-Rules Delay Comes Up ShortBy and
German Finance Ministry makes case to fellow nations in report
Asks to index delay to transposition of rules into EU law
The German Finance Ministry said proposed delays for MiFID II, the complex legislation affecting nearly every financial firm operating in the 28-nation bloc, don’t go far enough in giving nations and banks time to adjust.
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