Several large Wall Street banks, including Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and J.P. Morgan, have requested five more years to comply with the Volcker rule,...

With the upcoming presidential election on 8 November 2016 and Trump’s growing popularity in the polls over the past few months, it is becoming...

A brief exchange of correspondence between regulators over the last fortnight has brought aspects of MiFID II’s regulatory technical standards back into question. On 14...

This week, the EU commission published the responses to their call for information on the impact of EU regulation so far.  The FCA’s response,...

After a long week at Davos, there are a number of interesting conclusions from this year’s World Economic Forum.  China appears to have come...

Over the last week, regulators have been signalling that they will not be tolerating risky or illegal finance in 2016 any more than in...
Automated trading, CFTC regulation AT, AT persons

On 24 November 2015, the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) unanimously approved a notice of proposed rulemaking addressing several issues related to automated...

JWG analysis. On 7 September, the EU published a statistic showing that, according to the EBA, the percentage of high income earners that have a...

JWG analysis. It may have taken five years and five regulatory agencies to bring about, but the final version of the Volcker rule has officially...

JWG analysis. On 21 July 2010, President Obama signed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank for short) into law.  Since its...

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