Market participants call for more TCA disclosures

The cost of TCA is negotiable, but the billing method should be disclosed, says one market participant

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Measure by measure: who pays and how much for TCA is a question with a less than transparent answer

Market participants are calling for more disclosure around who pays the fees for transaction cost analysis and the way third-party providers charge for their analytics services, following a proliferation of partnerships between liquidity providers (LPs) and venues.

Following the introduction of the second Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid II), asset managers face the responsibility of providing asset owners with a robust and transparent process that proves best execution. While

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