Increased electronic trading needs new liquidity and collateral management products.
Systemically important CCPs may have to be located in the EU.
The European Commission wants to make it easier to use data to report under different regulatory regimes.
Euro derivatives clearing may be forced to relocate to the EU from London.
There may be a shift from lit venues and a fall in volumes from outside the EU.
The securities settlements platform should provide more information on collateral and liquidity needs.
European equity-trading platform looks to the east and west.
One in five traders expect block volumes to grow by 50%.
MiFID II introduces changes to transaction reporting from 3 January 2018.