Study by Liquidnet found that 87% are not looking to relocate trading desks ahead of the UK’s departure from the EU, but this could be temporary.
Jay Lee has been an executive director at US investment bank Morgan Stanley for the past eight years.
State Street survey of 250 asset managers finds that more than half plan to hire new staff in locations established outside of the UK.
Virtu Financial’s Singapore entity gains regulatory approval to operate a high-speed trading business in Japan.
HSBC failed to assess risk of individual bonds before recommending them to clients in Asia.
Both countries face the Court of Justice for failing to implement MiFID II regulation.
DTCC is the latest post-trade market infrastructure planning to move its European operations from London to Ireland.
Third country instruments may have to comply with tick size regime as ESMA looks to protect venues inside the European Union.
European regulator warns market participants over authorisation deadline for Brexit relocation.
Citigroup Global Markets in Asia overlooked a system failure within its dark pool and failed to hand out guidelines to clients.