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Interesting one this, obviously more concerned with the banking regulation aspect than the broker regulation of MiFID II but it seems someone may be willing to take on ESMA after all and who would of thought it would be the German bankers.

 

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great that 'someone' can stand in their own power and challenge ESMA's authority.

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