JWG analysis. Fees and costs currently present themselves as the top controversial issues within the investment industry. The key challenges on this topic, bearing MiFID...

The MiFID framework is venturing into unchartered territory as European legislators aim to place new restrictions on commodity markets.  This element of MiFID II...

JWG analysis. One of the key themes of MiFID II  has been to enhance regulation in order to better protect investors within the financial services...

JWG analysis. Whilst the most eye-catching changes to the MiFID regime tend to have fallen within the market infrastructure bucket, there have also been many...

JWG analysis. The minutes of the latest MiFID II implementation roundtable, on 17 July, were published in August.  At the meeting, the FCA spoke with...

JWG analysis. This month, ESMA published four reports in which they outlined the modifications that they believe are needed to the EMIR legal framework. JWG have...

JWG analysis. With MiFID II looking set to radically change the financial trading environment as we know it, following on from part 1, in this...

JWG analysis. By January 2017, European financial services legislation will have significantly changed the financial services sector.  The sheer volume of transactions, products and firms...

JWG analysis. With a number of regulatory deadlines looming, we thought we’d remind you of another one – mark January 2017 in your calendars (if...

With no fewer than 70,000 pages of regulation, and some record fines, 2013 will be a year to remember (or possibly to forget) for...

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