The case for an EU consolidated tape

Liquidity. Equality. Fragility. With apologies to the French Republic, these three words almost act as a lodestone in discussions about a consolidated tape (CT) for EU securities. The need for such a tape is becoming more apparent than ever, but it could still be three years or so before it become a reality, according to Susan Yavari, regulatory policy adviser at the European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) and the author of a detailed official position paper on the subject published in mid-February.

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