This white paper, the first in a series from Smarsh, examines one of the biggest changes introduced by the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) II and outlines the Directive’s expanded recordkeeping requirements for firms in terms of electronic communications and telephone conversations.
Read this paper to better understand and help you prepare for these requirements now, ahead of the MiFID II implementation date January 3rd 2018.
Download our paper for more information on:
- Who the new rules affect
- What the expanded governance means for your firm
- The specifics of the new voice and electronic communications recordkeeping requirements
- How a comprehensive archiving solution can help you demonstrate MiFID II compliance readiness