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Third country issues



The implementation of MiFID II and MiFIR will lead to changes to the structure of regulation regarding third country firms. In respect of access to the EU for third country firms, the EU legislation is divided into two interconnected parts, dealing separately with, on the one hand, per se professional clients and eligible counterparties (in MiFIR), and on the other hand, retail and elective professional clients (in MiFID II).

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