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EXCLUSIVE: IBA, Refinitiv to launch Sonia term rate production

Jan 6, 2021 Conduct

ICE Benchmark Administration and Refinitiv have confirmed they would launch the production of their term Sonia benchmark on January 11, ahead of competitor FTSE Russell

Market questions SMRC’s efficiency

Jan 19, 2021 Conduct

Four and a half years into the regime’s implementation, industry players remain uncertain it is living up to its task of holding senior managers accountable for their actions

Brexit: financial services continue to operate in no-deal settings 

Jan 18, 2021 Compliance

Although a trade agreement has been signed between the EU and the UK, financial services firms say this has changed nothing

Libor transition 2021: no time to die off

Jan 13, 2021 Conduct

UK authorities have just published a refresher of key upcoming deadlines and milestones, sending a clear message that there will be no backtracking from here onwards

Capital markets union: the Brexit factor 

Jan 7, 2021 Conduct

 The need for a fully-fledged capital markets union has regained attention in the aftermath of Covid-19, but the UK’s departure from the EU could reshape the project dramatically

Reflecting on attempts at Mifid II reform

Jan 4, 2021 Compliance

After several years of articles on Mifid II, perhaps the most extraordinary thing is, you'll be be hearing even more about it next year

Opinion: could we not just have fixed Libor?

Dec 17, 2020 Conduct

The latest setback to the Libor transition came as little surprise to those involved in the process, calling into question the need for replacement rates in the first place

Emir and Mifir – all effort no value

Dec 17, 2020 Conduct

Struggling with the difficulties of regulatory reporting after Brexit, firms are questioning the need for such stringent requirements



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Following more than 40 hours of interviews with 63 sources across financial services, Practice Insight’s landmark investigation into the accumulative impact of the financial crisis is now available

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