Jo writes that the EU’s new digital package could find large cloud providers operating in the bloc subject to potentially invasive oversight, as the EU strives for “data sovereignty”.
With regulators slow to answer industry questions relating to how a CT should be built and what it's for, development has slowed.
Has the so-called ‘API economy’ been over-hyped, or is there value in recalibrating an open API strategy? WatersTechnology examines.
Many fear performance scenarios will remain misleading and expose providers to mis-selling claims.
With the UK preparing to leave the EU in March, regulators have a limited amount of time to figure out how to keep the flow of information going between each other post-Brexit—and the window is closing.
Growing concern from regulators and industry bodies about potential harm to investors could yet force the European Commission to eventually rethink its position on PRIIPS.
KYC data requirements and new legislation aim to move cryptocurrency markets into the mainstream, but are the anonymity and illegal activity tied to digital currencies exaggerated?
Problems and bad practices continue to plague Europe's vision of a new transparency regime. An inside look.
Reporting platforms told by regulator to substantially improve quality of publicly reported data.
Approved Publication Arrangements—a critical component in the new Mifid II European markets regulation—may be falling short of their requirements under the new transparency rules, and have drawn Esma’s attention. By Samuel Wilkes, with additional…
The push to expand oversight of US CCPs is “a clear breach” of 2016 equivalence deal, Quintenz says.
Mario Draghi says European authorities must have direct supervision of non-EU CCPs
Just over a week into Europe’s new financial regulatory regime, Joanne Faulkner assess the key challenges that still lie ahead as market participants and regulators alike grapple with the data and reporting requirements of Mifid II.
Waters runs through the key facts you need to know about Mifid II, GDPR, BMR and Brexit.
Europe’s top markets cop talks to Waters about Mifid II and III, Brexit, no-action letters, clearinghouses and the regulator’s future.
While all the talk pertaining to regulation across the capital markets has centered on Mifid II, GDPR has surprised many financial institutions due to the extent of its reach and the data governance challenges is poses. Anthony Malakian talks with…
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.
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”.
“It is a competitive marketplace and, in my experience, professional traders are quite capable of trading at a market price that is fairly independent of a specific dealer’s cost structure.”
Incumbent vendors may turn the table on fintech upstarts, once regulation begins to calm down
European regulators landed a body blow against the UK, but not all participants are convinced it will work
New EU rules suggest London-based clearinghouses may be forced to relocate to the eurozone.
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.