Video: MiFID II & the private investor

Friday, Sep 08 2017 by

piworld interviews Robert Mundy, co-founder of Research Tree, to understand how MiFID II legislation, coming into effect from January 2018, will affect the research available to the retail investor. (c.15 mins)

http://www.piworld.co.uk/2017/...

How is research currently paid for? – 0:39
How will MiFID II change how research is paid for? – 1:46
How will MiFID II affect the retail investor? – 2:57
Will the private investor still be able to get forecasts (PTP, EPS, Rev) on the various investor platforms? – 5:41
Will private investors be able to get the full broker notes, through Research Tree, or through our broker? – 8:19
Does Brexit make MiFID II null and void? – 10:38
Who are the winners and losers of MiFID II? – 11:30
Conclusion: the net effect of MiFID II for the private investor in mid and small caps: 14:36


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