New investor regulation seen drying liquidity in Danish equity market

As soon as the EU's new investor protection regulation becomes a reality, market liquidity will be reduced, says Nordea in a recent analysis.

The level of liquidity in the Danish equity market may be hit hard by MiFID II, the EU's' new investor protection directive, according to business daily Børsen, based on a recent Nordea analysis.

According to Børsen, the EU's stricter regulations of recent years have already made a dent in market liquidity. This also applies to the stricter regulations in the banking industry that have drained market liquidity since the financial crisis.

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