News analysis on the regulatory effects on disclosures, terms, covenants, redemption and subordination. Whether it’s how product manufacturers are keeping their Priips KIDs under three pages or how bail-in clauses are changing as a result of new capital rules, it’s all here.

ISSB publishes first set of global guidelines for sustainability disclosures

Apr 4, 2022

Amid calls for regulatory convergence in a fragmented ESG space, market participants say the proposals will help to create a global benchmark for sustainability disclosures

FCA opens new era of financial regulation

Aug 3, 2021

The UK watchdog has unveiled a new business plan that aims to respond better to market needs and the realities of a post-Brexit era

Inside OCBC’s Libor to Sonia bond consent solicitation process

Jul 7, 2021

The transaction marks Asia’s first public sterling Libor to Sonia consent solicitation and opens the door to similar transactions in the future

Big changes expected on green transition under Biden

Jan 28, 2021

With the new administration’s commitment to the Paris Agreement officially in place, market participants discuss the potentially far-reaching impact of a US Green New Deal in the finance sector

Libor tough legacy continues to haunt market

Jun 17, 2020

The Bank of England’s RFR working group recently published its tough legacy report, but many market participants are still likely to feel left in the dark

Libor transition: consensus on fallbacks is stepping stone

Apr 30, 2020

The consensus reached in the latest consultation on pre-cessation fallbacks will help Isda develop a single protocol, effectively fast-tracking market participants’ efforts to transition away from Libor

The ARRC takes a look at student loans

Apr 16, 2020

Consultant George Bollenbacher considers the Alternative Reference Rates Committee’s latest consultation on how to treat this huge retail category when it comes to Libor reform

'No meaningful use' for Mifid best ex reports

Feb 3, 2020

Market participants don't see the point in the reports, but are overly optimistic if they expect regulators to change the rules