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FCA faces a balancing act in setting markets for trade data

By Najiyya Budaly (Jan 13, 2022, 4:44 p.m. GMT) – The Financial Conduct Authority needs to juggle making information about trading cheaper and more accessible to investment managers to ensure that data providers continue to provide high quality insights that don’t do mislead investors as the regulator studies competition in the wholesale data markets, lawyers say.

City Watchdog announced that it has launched an investigation after customers of trading venues and rating agencies raised competition concerns about their access to market data. (iStockPhoto / Davide Gandolfi) The city’s watchdog said Tuesday it would investigate how easily asset managers, banks and clearinghouses can access the data they need to make investment decisions on behalf of pension funds …

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