ISIN, MiFID II ISIN

In our preceding article about ISINs, we explored the pursuit of a universal OTC identifier, and discussed what has occurred in Europe to fix...

So far 2016 has been one of the most contentious years since the G20 agreed the regulatory reform agenda seven years ago. With ever-rising...

The 2016 edition of the World Economic Forum’s annual Global Risks Report lists “failure of climate-change mitigation and adaptation” as the greatest risk facing...

On 5 July, JWG hosted their RegTech Capital Markets Conference in London, attracting over 150 attendees from top tier banks, buy-side firms, vendors, lawyers...

With both sides of the Brexit debate feeling the heat, and the countdown timer running out of sand, there is less than a week before...

This month, the House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts released its forty-first report of session 2015-16 which looks at ‘financial services mis-selling: regulation...

A vote in favour of Brexit in the UK will have huge repercussions for the financial services sector. The issues of political sovereignty, economic...
financial services regulation, fs regulation summary

In the post-Easter week, regulators were busy shining a spotlight on remuneration practices in the industry.  We saw the EBA releasing a report looking...
mis-selling, national audit office, FCA, Financial Ombudsman

On 24 February, the National Audit Office of the UK published the findings of a report carried out by the Comptroller and the Auditor...
benchmark regulation, benchmarks regulation, benchmarking, esma discussion paper benchmarks, wheatley review, LIBOR, EURIBOR,

On 15 February, ESMA released a discussion paper with the purpose of consulting stakeholder opinions on the technical implementation of the incoming Benchmarks Regulation. ...

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