The second Markets in Financial Instruments Directive ("MiFID II") came into force on 3 January 2018. MiFID II introduces new requirements for EU authorised investment firms that execute client orders. Firms are required to publish annual reports for each asset class in respect of which they owe a duty of best execution. The reports must set out the top five venues (by trading volume) where client orders were executed, must be split out into professional and retail client trades, and must contain certain other metrics where relevant. Firms are also required to produce reports summarizing the quality of execution obtained from the execution venues used. These reports must be published by 30 April each year to cover the preceding year. The 2020 reports for Citi Private Bank's advisory and discretionary businesses effected through Citibank Europe Plc and Citibank N.A., are attached below.
By trading volume:
Links to execution quality data of Citi Private Bank's Brokers for Advisory and Execution Only Orders as per Art 27(3) of MiFID II and RTS 27
Links to execution quality data of Citi Private Bank's Brokers for Discretionary Investment Management Orders as per Art 27(3) of MiFID II and RTS 27
We will also publish links, when they become available, to the most recent execution quality data published by the execution venues used by Citi Private Bank's advisory and discretionary businesses.