Mifid II: best ex burden produces worse result for client

According to traders and brokers, the new best execution regime is producing a worse end-result for clients than before. As front desk staff look to ease the recordkeeping burden, some are going to fewer market makers for an initial price, while others are neglecting to record quotes that don't result in trades - which is contrary to the rules

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