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Improving the culture and codes of conduct within financial services firms has been a longstanding issue of contention since the financial crisis.  Combatting negative...

The sheer number of overlapping regulatory reporting regimes makes compliance difficult. MiFID II, which comes into effect in January 2018, significantly expands the...

The rise of Tech companies signifies a pragmatic shift of business consciousness toward solutions that make use of advances in modern technology. In the...

On 21 January 2017, the European Commission (EC) published a delegated regulation and an implementing regulation in the Official Journal amending the RTS and ITS...

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...

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...

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

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