SINGAPORE (Mar 4): The MiFid II regulation introduced by the European Union at the start of last year changed the way research on companies gets paid for, prompting warnings that the amount and quality of analysis of small firms would suffer. Instead, the sell side seems to have risen to the challenge by widening its net.

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