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...

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

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

In the eight years since the G20’s Pittsburgh summit, regulatory forces have reshaped the complexity of market infrastructure.  Unfortunately, there has not been a...

One of the many weaknesses that the financial crisis exposed was the feeble transparency framework in financial markets.  In response, MiFID II and MiFIR...

Before the climb, you must have a vision of what success will feel like.  You may not know the precise route, but a general...

After the financial crisis in 2008, there was an effort to put in place regulation to support the markets and prevent such a crisis...

Blockchain is not something new to the financial sector.  In fact, it’s been around for years.  It will be, however, a slow process to...

The financial services industry is nearing a regulatory crisis point; detailed rules are being written in huge volumes, by regulatory bodies struggling to keep...

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