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Libor: Isda fallback protocol is no miracle solution

Oct 29, 2020 Conduct

The long-awaited protocol standardises the approach to robust Libor fallbacks in contracts, but will only be effective if efforts are matched in other areas of the transition

US election 2020: what a Biden/Harris admin would mean for the regulators

Oct 29, 2020 Compliance

We asked a number of DC-based lawyers and experts what US financial regulators may look like under a Biden administration

EU and UK diverge on Mifid II options as Brexit nears

Oct 28, 2020 Conduct

With the official divorce just weeks away, agencies in the UK and the EU are taking contrasting approaches to financial services regulation

Covid-19 spurs automation in financial services

Oct 27, 2020 Conduct

Cloud technology, artificial intelligence and data security have become even more crucial during the pandemic. The industry is rising to the challenge

US election 2020: what a Biden/Harris administration would mean for financial regulation

Oct 21, 2020 Compliance

We asked a number of DC-based lawyers and experts what the financial regulatory space may look like under Joe Biden

Brexit: finance firms make last-ditch appeal for a deal

Oct 21, 2020 Conduct

As tensions linger, market participants are increasingly worried that politics will prevail over economics and are calling on negotiators to revise their positions

FSB publishes Libor transition roadmap

Oct 16, 2020 Conduct

The Financial Stability Board’s roadmap supplements existing timelines in other jurisdictions. Market participants believe it’s largely aimed at markets outside the US and UK

Buyside Libor transition: time is running out

Oct 15, 2020 Conduct

The buyside has made good progress on the transition compared to this time last year, but the road ahead is still long