Clearing and settlement

Clearing and settlement

After a long week at Davos, there are a number of interesting conclusions from this year’s World Economic Forum.  China appears to have come...

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...

Financial regulation remains as complex as ever. Complex new niches such as shadow banking, Fintech, and Over-the-Counter Derivatives, and the increasing interconnectedness of Financial...

In our previous articles we’ve explored the expanding requirements for robust systems and risk controls under MiFID II, the nature of proportionality as it...

JWG analysis. On 15 April the European Parliament formally adopted the Regulation on Central Securities Depositaries (CSDR), a crucial piece of the new EU landscape...

JWG analysis. Last week, Nasdaq OMX became the first infrastructure provider to be authorised as a Central Counterparty (CCP) under the European Markets Infrastructure Regulation...

JWG analysis. This week marked the one year anniversary of EMIR’s first implementation deadline.  And what a difference a year makes … or does it? This...

JWG analysis. EU and US taxpayers scratched their heads in disbelief this week as the regulators made it painfully clear that they have squandered both...

This time next year, the market is going to be a very different place.  No-one knows the complete, consolidated impact of regulation on the...

By: Sam Tyfield Just in time for your holiday, December has seen a cascade of reporting work from ESMA and the EU Commission on EMIR. On December 20, 2014,...

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