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FCA Faces Balancing Act In Fixing Markets For Trading Data

By Najiyya Budaly (January 13, 2022, 4:44 PM GMT) -- The Financial Conduct Authority will have to juggle making information on trading cheaper and more accessible for investment managers with ensuring that data providers still produce high-quality insight that does not mislead investors as the regulator examines competition in wholesale data markets, lawyers say.

The City watchdog has said it launched a probe after clients of trading venues and credit rating agencies raised competition concerns over their access to market data. (iStockPhoto/Davide Gandolfi) The City watchdog said on Tuesday it will probe how readily asset managers, banks and clearinghouses have access to the data they need to make investment decisions on behalf of pension...

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