Following one of the Trump administration’s financial executive orders, the US Treasury Department issued a report which calls for regulators to streamline reporting obligations...

Now seems to be the time for vital standards discussions on financial services technology.  But perhaps the overarching questions for a global industry like...

The implementation of trade and transaction reporting was intended to improve transparency and mitigate systematic risk in the derivatives markets. To achieve this, global...

Introduction With less than 5 months left before the deadline for MiFID II on 3 January 2018, firms are still grappling with the implementation...

Regulation is constantly changing and evolving, reflecting the turbulent and innovative nature of financial services, with hundreds of regulators in different regions and financial...

As the EU-28 evolves into the EU-27, the European Commission (EC) has ensured their members that this will only be a bump in the...

The clock is ticking and the EU market has less than half a year left to implement the regulatory changes required from it.  The...

The FCA has released its final report on the Asset Management Market Study, which was launched in order to understand how asset managers compete...

On 12 June 2017, the US Treasury released the first in what will be a series of financial regulatory reports in accordance with Executive...

Commodity derivative trading is just one of the many topic areas under MiFID II that firms need to ensure they are prepared for before...

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