A look at some of the key "people moves" from the past week.
UK regulators have proposed new laws to clamp down on operational resilience and third-party risk, pushing fintechs to put some skin in the game.
The trade association is looking to offer its Common Domain Model to rulemakers.
WatersTechnology looks at more than 20 cloud-based projects and initiatives to see how banks, asset managers and vendors are embracing public providers, and the inherent problems involved.
Technologists urged to adopt a more flexible plug-and-play approach using APIs, as concerns grow about the FCA and Esma's differing attitudes toward dark trading.
Bureau Van Dijk's Compliance Catalyst has been rebuilt ahead of plans to move the platform to the cloud, as well as navigate the EU's fifth anti-money laundering directive.
The UK financial regulator is seeing fewer entrants into the industry as start-ups struggle to break into the market.
The UK regulator has moved much of its data to the cloud and is using more advanced analytics as it seeks to better regulate evolving financial firms.
A look at how regulators could approach supervising public cloud companies in the future.
As all FCA-regulated firms will fall into scope of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime by the end of the year, concerns emerge on how to implement the regulation.
Current and former employees of the London-based software provider say around 400 employees have left in the last year.
As the regulator looks at new ways to handle data, there are still a lot of paths to consider.
Caspian's Chris Jenkins says the crypto space is still struggling to attract institutional clients, who want greater regulatory guidance.
ISDA's Common Domain Model (CDM. 2.0) aims to standarize regulatory reporting and bring greater automation to derivatives trading.
The planned exchange will source its trading platform from Euronext and is expected to announce more technology partnerships.
The transition away from Libor is a mammoth task for the banking sector—one that the industry is increasingly finding itself woefully unprepared for. By Hamad Ali
Max previews the first issue of the relaunched magazine, and extends a welcome.
Banks are trying to split responsibility for their operating environments with the major cloud providers. Regulators are having none of it.
With over 25 years of experience in law and shaping regulatory policy, Nausicaa Delfas is tasked with one of the biggest challenges of her career yet—tackling Brexit.
The firm will be authorized to operate its trading and reporting businesses from the Netherlands post-Brexit, enabling it to expand its footprint in the European markets.
In February, UK and EU regulators made announcements expected to shed light on the future of data sharing and alleviate some uncertainty post-Brexit, but industry experts say the latest statements fall short of lifting the real burden on affected firms.
UK and EU regulators agree to share data post-Brexit, but trading firms say this doesn’t go far enough.
The vendor will be responsible for publishing the compound setting in arrears rate and the spread adjustment based on historical data, following the discontinuation of IBORs.
The introduction of a regulatory framework could revitalize interest in waning ICO funding.