London, UK—Today, 14 financial services trade associations wrote to European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis to highlight the need for an urgent extension to the temporary equivalence...
The FIA European Principal Traders Association represents more than 25 trading firms in Europe that trade their own capital in futures, options and equities markets worldwide. FIA EPTA supports transparent, robust and safe markets with a level playing field for all. FIA EPTA members believe principal traders contribute significantly to markets by providing liquidity and enabling immediate risk transfer by others.
The FIA European Principal Traders Association represents traders in Europe that trade their own capital
- The association voices traders’ opinions to legislators and regulators in Brussels and EU member states
- The association promotes the standing of firms from across Europe to create a better understanding of trading practices
- The association operates out of Amsterdam and London with independent governance under the FIA brand
A joint approach by principal traders can increase the impact of advocacy in a dynamic landscape
- The European regulatory landscape continues to be very dynamic
- A joint approach complements the actions of individual firms and provides legitimacy to their statements and submissions
- Candidate members are requested to underwrite the principles of the FIA EPTA
FIA EPTA agrees with ESMA’s assessment that user data fees are high and have increased over the past years. We also agree that new fees have been added and that market data policies and agreements...
FIA EPTA’s members have elected a new Executive Committee as the governing body of the industry organisation, supporting its chairman, Mark Spanbroek, and Secretary General, Piebe Teeboom....
FIA EPTA welcomes the opportunity to respond to the consultation by the German Ministry of Finance on the implementation experiences of MiFID II in its first year of its application. Overall, we...