MiFID II in Asia Pacific
The Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation (“MiFIR”) and the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (“MiFID”), together “MiFID II”, entered into application on 3 January 2018.
Societe Generale is a global group which is operating in EU, APAC and AMER.
Societe Generale and some of its affiliates in the <link en disclosure-information mifid-asia-pacific glossary>EEA (such as Societe Generale International Limited or Societe Generale Option Europe) are <link en disclosure-information mifid-asia-pacific glossary>MiFID II Investment Firms.
The impact on you as one of our clients may vary, depending on the type of activities entered into with you, the location of your contacts at Societe Generale, and/or the Societe Generale entity you interact with.
The purpose of this page is to give you an overview of MiFID II requirements, to explain to you how they impact you and what we need from you in this respect. Information available on this page is not exhaustive, it is based on the interpretation of Societe Generale of the extra-territoriality of MiFID II. It reflects our current view of the regulation and may be adjusted, notably upon clarification from European regulators (<link en disclosure-information mifid-asia-pacific glossary>ESMA or national regulators) or overall adjustment of the industry to this new regulation.
We may update this page so we encourage you to consult this page on a regular basis and to reach out to us if you have any question.
Whilst it will be helpful to you, information available on this website does not constitute legal or any other form of advice and must not be relied on as such. It provides a high-level analysis of several complex and/or new areas of law, whose effect will vary depending on the specific facts of any particular case, some of which have not been tested in the courts. We shall not in any circumstances be liable, whether in contract, tort, breach of statutory duty or otherwise for any losses or damages that may be suffered as a result of using this document. Such losses or damages include (a) any loss of profit or revenue, damage to reputation or loss or any contract or other business opportunity or goodwill and (b) any indirect loss or consequential loss. No responsibility or liability is accepted for any differences of interpretation of legislative provisions and related guidance on which it is based.