Big data and financial regulation share two striking resemblances: both are overwhelming and largely impenetrable to the uninitiated.  Although combining the two is pursued...

Never mind a busy December, all in all, it was a busy year for financial regulation as shown in one of our previous articles,...
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Just before the Christmas break, as part of its quick-fire release of numerous important updates, ESMA published a new Questions and Answers document that...

The Payment Services Directive (PSD) was adopted in 2007 as a means for providing a legal foundation for establishing safer and easier electronic payment...

The push for increased transparency following the financial crisis has had a visible impact on the financial services industry.  Many regulations have created similar,...

In a week which has seen cyber-risk cement itself on the agendas of regulators across the world, we’ve witnessed action in the trading space with...

With 23 June just around the corner and a vote deciding the future of the UK in the EU on the horizon, we at...

The new regime for transaction reporting, being introduced under MiFID II, represents a significant overhaul and expansion of what is currently required by MiFID...
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On 15 February, ESMA released a discussion paper with the purpose of consulting stakeholder opinions on the technical implementation of the incoming Benchmarks Regulation. ...

With the MiFID II delay finally official, implementation teams received the good news that they had been waiting for patiently for months.  But now...

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