Following on from part 1 of this article, where we highlighted the benefits of the MiFID II Implementation Group (MIG) and how it has...

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published its third consultation paper (CP3) with regards to the implementation of the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive...

On the 14 September 2016 there was a staggering majority vote against the EU Commission’s Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) for the PRIIPS key information...

In part 1 of this article, we examined three of the six key areas of overlap between the regulations on PRIIPs and MiFID II/R. ...

On 17 June 2016, the Council of the European Union approved a one-year delay to the MiFID II transposition and implementation dates.  Under the...

Earlier today, the European Commission published part of the long awaited Delegated Acts for MiFID II.  This was an unexpected move by as not...

In our two previous articles, we mentioned that, despite the technology existing to enable ‘good regulatory practice’, the market has failed to overcome the...

On 22 December 2015, ESMA published 10 guidelines on cross-selling practices under MiFID II.  However, as noted in our previous article, these guidelines were...

In the past month, we’ve celebrated the holiday season and brought in the new year, but there has been no rest for the wicked...

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

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