In this Financial Times letter, Matt Smith, CEO of SteelEye, urges firms to stop complaining about MiFID II and instead recognise that compliance is not a one-off process. Benefits will only emerge over time, and in order turn compliance into an opportunity firms must stop treating it as a box ticking exercise, and more like a long-term strategy. The letter is a response to Philip Stafford‘s article “Bankers bemoan MiFID’s high costs and unclear benefits” published on May 24, 2019.

Read the article here.