EU - share trading obligation equivalence for US, Hong Kong and Australia

Published: 19 December 2017


The European Commission has adopted an initial round of equivalence decisions for the MIFIR share trading obligation which will enable EU market participants to trade dual-listed shares on a third-country venue in satisfaction of the MiFIR requirement to trade the share on either an EU trading venue, EU systematic internaliser or third-country venue deemed equivalent to an EU regulated market.

The decisions relate to trading venues in the US, Hong Kong and Australia.

If members have any questions, please contact Adam Jacobs-Dean, Oliver Robinson or Adele Rentsch.