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...

The final text for the new regulation on the reporting and transparency of securities financing transactions has been finalised after the Parliament adopted the...

JWG analysis. Whilst the most eye-catching changes to the MiFID regime tend to have fallen within the market infrastructure bucket, there have also been many...

Yesterday, in London, an august crowd assembled to discuss the future of technology in banking.  We were privileged to participate in a session that...

JWG analysis. Eleven of the industry’s most high-profile trade associations and ISDA this week urged regulators to adopt consistent and harmonised trade reporting requirements across...

JWG analysis. Catch phrases, like ‘caveat emptor’, have been the rallying cry of the financial industry for millennia.  In 2009, the G20 sought to change...

JWG analysis. We’re used to watching our document trackers spin out of control in so-called ‘quiet’ times.  As we wrote in January, the last 2...

JWG analysis. As MiFID programmes take off and top tier firms tackle MiFID II implementation, the banking sector is about to be hit by even...

Introduction With new arrivals from big names including FATCA, MiFID, Dodd-Frank and the AIFMD, 2014 is set to be another eventful year in the regulatory...

By: Conor Foley & Umar Ahmed.  New EC proposals raise risks for fund managers and investors relying on EU Money Markets. Overview This memo summarises key provisions of...

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