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Collaboration is hard, yet it's the core of meeting every new regulatory requirement. Last week, the Royal Bank of Scotland received the prestigious ‘best use...

PRESS RELEASE:  Think-tank deploys RegDelta to help train MiFID II workforce JWG, the financial services regulation think-tank, are offering a ground-breaking new face-to-face training course...

With the MiFID II technical standards finally being published, the time is right to give our successful MiFID II implementation training its latest run...

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