EACT MiFID 2 Webinar recording and slides now available

MiFID / MiFIR 2 application date of 3 January 2018 is approaching quickly and banks and other financial institutions are hurrying to be ready on time.

The new legal framework is expected to have a profound impact on financial markets across many areas, but what are the implications for corporate treasurers in particular? In which cases would a non-financial corporate be in scope of MiFID 2 and what are the indirect impacts on corporates?

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