Regulation news

Geopolitics causing confusion in financial crime compliance
25 April 2017 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
The Trump administration’s approach to regulation is a concern when it comes to financial crime compliance, but experts speaking at the SWIFT Business Forum suggested that attendees may have bigger fish to fry
DTCC pushes ahead with best-interest standards despite regulatory delay
21 April 2017 | New York | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
DTCC's WMS business will go ahead with new capabilities to meet the US DOL's mandatory best-interest standards for retirement savings, despite the department delaying implementation of the standards
European Parliament takes steps to bolster vulnerable MMFs
10 April 2017 | Brussels | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
The European Parliament has finalised and approved new rules to make money market funds more resilient to turbulence in the market
Carney: Brexit challenges responsible financial globalisation
07 April 2017 | London | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Opus launches KYC solution
04 April 2017 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Bloomberg wins Italian reg mandate
03 April 2017 | Turin | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
MiFID II challenges abound
22 March 2017 | Luxembourg | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Maijoor: Brexit cannot mean regulatory competition
21 March 2017 | Luxembourg | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
EU market participants too busy for CMU
20 March 2017 | Brussels | Reporter: Drew Nicol
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Irish fund admins warned to buck up on outsourcing
16 March 2017 | Dublin | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
FINMA approves first derivatives trade repository
14 March 2017 | Zurich | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
EC unveils PRIIPs RTS amendments
09 March 2017 | Brussels | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
NEX launches cross-regulation reporting platform
09 March 2017 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
ITAS: UCITS V not smooth sailing yet
02 March 2017 | Luxembourg | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
LSEG-Deutsche Börse merger hits new roadblock
27 February 2017 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
EU watchdogs lay down the law on VM deadline
24 February 2017 | Brussels | Reporter: Drew Nicol
New York takes steps to stop cyber crime
24 February 2017 | New york | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
UK and Ontario regulators team up for fintech
23 February 2017 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Abide makes MiFID II APA and ARM bid
23 February 2017 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
OFR: Margin requirement rise could prevent shocks
22 February 2017 | London | Reporter: Drew Nicol
Central Asian banks in SWIFT take-up
21 February 2017 | Brussels | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
CFTC offers respite from 1 March margin deadline
16 February 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Drew Nicol
FCA seeks feedback on UK capital markets
14 February 2017 | | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Wolters Kluwer wins CIBC reporting mandate
09 February 2017 | Toronto | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Trump puts Dodd-Frank on the firing line
06 February 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Drew Nicol
Brexit whitepaper hints at ‘third-country’ status
02 February 2017 | London | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
UK and US regulators round on Deutsche Bank
31 January 2017 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
US and Hong Kong augment data sharing deal
20 January 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Drew Nicol
Morgan Stanley settles over custody rule violation
16 January 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
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The Broadridge Capital Markets breakfast event focused on disruptive technologies, specifically blockchain. But, from implementation to regulation and eventual adoption, is anyone clear on what this technology can actually do?
Asset managers are increasingly relying on data, and the service providers that can manage it, heard attendees at London’s TSAM conference
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As the long-standing Barclays Point risk analytics solution winds down to retirement, investment managers have some tricky decisions to make, according to Confluence’s Katie Kiss
Fund administrators could be best off leaving back-office technology upgrades to the professionals, says Kelly Ashe of Pacific Fund Systems
In the search for alpha, appointing an investment fund and a management company can bring myriad benefits, says Eduard von Kymmel of VP Bank
Fund distribution is entering the digital age, and so can traditional service providers. Fundsquare’s Paolo Brignardello explains
Blockchain may be the talk of the town, but before the industry starts moving ahead, it has to figure out in which direction it will go
Technology is changing the way we live, work and invest. Experts discuss how transfer agency is reacting as the movement gathers pace
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The Asian market may be improving on the harmonisation front, but the situation is still far from ideal. Experts discuss what there is still left to do
Brazil is hogging the limelight from its South American neighbours. But, although reforms are in full swing, there is still work to be done
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No nation is an island, and the Polish CSD has post-trade services to cater to all of Central and Eastern Europe, says KDPW’s Iwona Sroka
In a region as geographically, culturally and economically diverse as Asia, funds passports have a tricky road ahead if they’re to redefine the industry
Amid cross-border restrictions and tightened belts, Luxembourg’s kingdom of real estate investment won’t be crumbling any time soon
The Chinese market has taken a knock to its confidence, but despite its size, it is still merely an emerging market, and must take these setbacks in its stride
Rich in sunshine, cork hats and tired clichés, Australia’s funds industry doesn’t buck the trend, boasting record levels of assets under custody
As the Saudi Arabian stock exchange finally opens its doors to foreign investments, the influx from abroad will be in baby steps, not leaps and bounds
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