The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive 2014/65/EU (the “MiFID II”), the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/565 (“CDR 2017/565”) as well as the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/576 (RTS 28) introduced new requirements on the information which must be published to the market in relation to the best execution reporting requirements.
Below are the Top 5 Execution Venues used for executing client orders as well as the report on the quality of execution obtained which is based on summary of the analysis and monitoring of execution obtained on the Execution Venues where the Bank executed all Professional Client orders in the previous year.
The aim is to provide the clients as well as the public at large with meaningful information in order to effectively assess and scrutinise the execution quality achieved during the year.
The information provided below presents a combined analysis of the quality of execution obtained when the Bank is executing client orders with respect to both Shares & Depositary Receipts as well as Debt Instruments (bonds) for the calendar year of 2019. The Bank did not enter into transactions with any other financial instruments besides the abovementioned.