London — Brussels is preparing to retune some of its Mifid II markets rules from next year, less than three years after implementation, after a wave of criticism from investors and regulators over the effectiveness of the far-reaching legislation.

Policymakers at the European Commission, the executive arm of the EU, are examining targeted technical changes on issues such as the cost and distribution of market data, investor protection rules and research for small companies.

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