New rules on algorithmic trading, such as those quickly approaching from MiFID II, are cause for preparation across the industry, with various regulations in...

The implementation of trade and transaction reporting was intended to improve transparency and mitigate systematic risk in the derivatives markets. To achieve this, global...

Introduction With less than 5 months left before the deadline for MiFID II on 3 January 2018, firms are still grappling with the implementation...

Commodity derivative trading is just one of the many topic areas under MiFID II that firms need to ensure they are prepared for before...

In our previous article we announced some of the key findings from our recent buy-side focused MiFID survey. Now we are pleased to announce...

As we’ve covered frequently on this site, incumbents are spending billions complying with the thousands of new, granular obligations demanded by FS regulators. So why,...

On 28 February 2017, I was pleased to chair our second RegTech Capital Markets Conference in London.  As many have been asking how it...

The regulators that oversee the economy are drowning in oceans of data, but need better standards to make sense of it all. The struggle stemming...

In fewer than 230 days – 7.5 working months from now, the biggest regulatory change since the 2008 financial crisis is set to come...

On 31 January 2017, ESMA published a consultation paper seeking feedback by the end of Q1 on its draft guidelines regarding the transfer of...

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