Never mind a busy December, all in all, it was a busy year for financial regulation as shown in one of our previous articles,...

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...
PRIIPs KID, PRIIPs KID requirements, PRIIPs KID template

The Joint Committee of the European Supervisory Authorities has published a consultation paper on 11 November 2015 which sets out the draft regulatory technical...

Julia Schieffer, the founder and editor of DerivSource.com, recently interviewed PJ Di Giammarino, CEO of JWG Group, on some of the key stumbling blocks...

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...

Today, ESMA has published the long-awaited MiFID II Technical Standards, leaving implementation teams across the industry with hundreds of pages to get to grips...

By Sam Tyfield and JWG. Following on from our previous article, the devil is in the definitions, where we unravelled the definitions for High Frequency...

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. With many of the regulations that have come into force since the 2008 financial crash, the rules may appear simple enough, but the...

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