Compliance

Compliance


News analysis on how banks, asset managers and trading venues are implementing new rules, from the changing nature of market structure under Mifid II, to how firms are grappling with transparency obligations and transaction reports.

EU financial regulation in 2020: what to expect (p.III)

Jan 14, 2020

As we kick off the new decade, find out key dates and initiatives you need to keep an eye out for this year. Part three looks at consolidated tape, MAR, CSDR, Priips, Prospectus Regulation, cryptocurrencies and sustainable finance

SFTR guidelines: too little, too late

Jan 16, 2020

Although Esma’s recently-published guidelines on SFTR reporting have brought some welcome responses, some argue they’re insufficient and have come too late in the process

EXCLUSIVE: EU Commission’s Mifid II review delay caused by survey issues

Jan 16, 2020

The eagerly-awaited review, due in September 2019, has been postponed indefinitely due to issues with the survey itself, according to sources familiar with it

EU financial regulation in 2020: what to expect (p.II)

Jan 13, 2020

As we kick off the new decade, find out key dates and initiatives you need to keep an eye out for this year. Part two looks at SMCR, the transition away from Libor and Emir

EU financial regulation in 2020: what to expect

Jan 10, 2020

As we kick off the new decade, find out key dates and initiatives you need to keep an eye out for this year. Part one looks at Brexit, Mifid II and SFTR

Libor: UK is EU’s guinea pig in transition to risk-free rates

Dec 19, 2019

European banks tell Practice Insight they will wait for the UK to make more progress on the Libor to Sonia transition before they take action

Libor transition: 2019 has seen ‘little progress’ for corporates

Dec 18, 2019

The FCA’s Q3 2020 deadline for Libor loans looks unrealistic

Market not ready for CSDR’s mandatory buy-in regime

Dec 17, 2019

With less than a year to go until the regime’s full implementation, many market participants are still largely unaware of its implications