authorisation

Signatures- a representative of authorisation or a hidden flaw?

Signatures- a representative of authorisation or a hidden flaw?

In business the all-encompassing notion that the signature is a 100% accurate representation of authorisation is an issue. This misconception that if someone has signed, stamped or printed their name on an official piece of business, they must have been authorised to do so.

Authorised Trader Lists & MiFID II Compliance

Authorised Trader Lists & MiFID II Compliance

MiFID II requires buyers and sellers of financial instruments to be individually identified, either by a Legal Entity Identifier (LEI), or on a person by person basis, where those responsible for each trade are identified by name, date of birth and a ‘buyer identification code.’1