Esma conference panelists discuss how the trading and market infrastructure will be affected by incoming regulatory changes.
Fintech developments and implementation requires greater regulatory supervision, according to the European Commission's vice president.
September 25 marked exactly 100 days until Europe’s new financial regulatory framework, Mifid II, becomes law. Jamie Hyman gets the lowdown from market participants and observers on whether the industry is ready, what the remaining three months will look…
Macrobond will supply macroeconomic and financial data to the European Commission’s finance and economic department
New regulations and independent rivals mean sell-side firms have a serious issue when it comes to pricing research.
The importance of data is rising in regulatory circles, Swinburne told WFIC attendees.
Lingering questions remain over the SEC's handling of its own cybersecurity incident.
Bryan Harkins joins to discuss how the CBOE-Bats integration is going and plans for the exchange operator going forward. Anthony and James talk about the SEC hack and Esma's potential new powers.
MEP Markus Ferber tells Waters that this change “must not mean that the ESAs can do what they want to just because they get more money,” and that the ESG provisions are “a non-starter”.
Christoph Boschan on mixing finance with law, Mifid II's flaws, and how Wiener Borse is avoiding a "massive technology trap."
The European Commission and the wider industry are turning their eyes to post-trade practices
MiFID II’s data disaggregation requirements aim to reduce data costs by forcing marketplaces to unbundle datasets and sell consumers only the specific data they need. But in reality, this seemingly simple and cost-reducing idea could make buying and…
Banks and industry associations warn of havoc if current timeline is implemented
Trade body says any forced move could increase risks and costs for derivatives users
European regulators landed a body blow against the UK, but not all participants are convinced it will work
John reviews recent announcements from blockchain consortium R3 and the Digital Trade Chain Consortium
International regulators say it's too soon for fintech such as blockchain or robo-advisors to pose a threat to financial stability, but warns that caution is still necessary.
John reviews some of last week’s top sell-side stories, including the European Commission’s proposals for new rules on the supervision of non-EU CCPs.
New EU rules suggest London-based clearinghouses may be forced to relocate to the eurozone.
Joanne Faulkner reports on how financial firms expect to increase their consumption and use of market data while managing increasingly complex data, to meet regulatory demands and deliver a new edge.
The project is designed to provide a further understanding of distributed-ledger technology and its impact on financial services.
The SI regime has proven to be the most fragile piece of regulation, as its legal loopholes have triggered a series of political events and has been established as the market’s most notorious law.
European Commission prohibits deal on basis it would create a monopoly for fixed-income clearing in Europe.
The collapse of the London Stock Exchange and Deustche Börse deal doesn't come as much of a surprise.