The phase-in for central counterparty clearing (CCP) for certain Over-the-Counter (OTC) derivative contracts began in 21 June 2016 for certain contracts, with many more...

On Monday the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) published opinions on the Regulatory Technical Standards for position limits (RTS 21) and non-equity transparency...

Date: April 2016 Dear fellow board members, As the Financial Conduct Authority's acting head has so rightly pointed out, sustainability is the key to pleasing our...

An EY report released this week in conjunction with the UK Treasury, declared the UK to be the highest ranking FinTech sector in the...

In answering the Government’s demand for the UK to become a leader in the RegTech field, the FCA issued a call for input in...

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

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...

Last week, the Regulatory Oversight Committee (ROC) published their report on the progress the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) has made since its proposal in...

Julia Schieffer, the founder and editor of DerivSource.com, recently interviewed PJ Di Giammarino, CEO of JWG Group, on some of the key stumbling blocks...

JWG analysis. As financial regulations keep piling up in the post-crisis world, it becomes increasingly difficult to recognise the similarities and differences between them.  The...

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