MiFID II, alternatively known as Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, is regulation set in place to strengthen investor protection. At Decision Point AI™ we are focused on enabling transparency around the relationships of assets, asset owners and intermediaries for clients and corporate customers.
The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive is the EU legislation that regulates firms who provide services to clients linked to “financial instruments” (shares, bonds, units in collective investment schemes and derivatives), and the venues where those instruments are traded. The Financial Conduct Authority
MiFID II is clearly a conflicting priority in a business context that uniformly hides “the what”, from “the who” as part of their competitive advantage. This then creates awful complexity around “at what point” and “about what” financial institutions are transparent. Decision Point AI™ is building an application to determine the risk of compliance around “individual financial instruments” in order to be able to validate the robustness of an organisations MiFID II Compliance.
Decision Point AI™ is not involved in providing financial services advice our role is to underwrite MiFID II with transparent and traceable point in time reports for corporate risk management, regulatory compliance and consumer rights.