Brexit

Brexit

Information in regards to the United Kingdoms exit from the European Union

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

2016 has added tens of thousands of new regulatory pages to the pile, which has kept us, at JWG, very busy boys and girls. Unlike...
RegTech, TechSprint, FCA regtech, project innovate

Tom Groenfeldt of Forbes has been speaking to PJ Di Giammarino, CEO of JWG, about the FCA’s recent TechSprint event and how technology can...
RegTech, FCA TechSprint, FCAsprint

With the FCA’s commitment to innovation and to becoming a global leader in the development and adoption of RegTech solutions, JWG is excited to...

As time ticks on in the implementation delay for MiFID II, regulators and firms are moving closer towards mutual understanding and delivery. There are...

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 Wednesday 14 September, the EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee heard evidence from Mr. Simon Gleeson, Partner at Clifford Chance, and Mr. Peter Snowdon, Partner...

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...

This is the second in a series of occasional blogs we’ll be writing about what Brexit means for IT and IT Law in the...

This is the first in a series of occasional blogs we’ll be writing about what Brexit means for IT and IT Law in the...

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