Big banks take lead in FRTB compliance
While big banks look to fine-tune FRTB compliance, medium-sized banks are considering more complete outsourcing solutions, according to banking and consultancy sources
With the race for Tory leadership at full speed and Brexit pushed back until later this year, regulator and buyside sources say they have paused contingency planning for the summer
Regulators are investing in artificial intelligence to build insights from data generated by the new post-financial-crisis reporting regimes; however, some data quality challenges remain
Market participants and the FCA have welcomed news of the first ever successful amendment of a floating rate note to reference an alternative rate instead of Libor
Market participants are successively circumventing the rule that limits dark pool trading, though the new status quo could prove transitory if and when the regulator steps in
According to in-house sources, the capital requirement rules are behind the surprising growth of Europe's synthetic securitisation market
Term rates are better suited to cash products, but market participants must accept that they may not get what they want when Libor is discontinued in two years
This landmark SFTR report reveals how securities finance transaction market participants are preparing for the upcoming regulation.
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