FIA has welcomed the CFTC’s rapid response to the coronavirus pandemic, which includes no-action relief from certain regulatory requirements.
Regulators in the UK, Italy, Spain and France have all restricted short selling activity amid massive equity market declines.
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States has given LSEG the green light for its landmark acquisition of Refinitiv.
As the debate around market data costs continues, the FCA is looking for further input from market participants on the issue.
Industry experts believe the UK may decide not to adopt one of the most controversial aspects of the new settlement regulation post-Brexit.
FCA, Bank of England and HM Treasury are investigating how firms will manage a widespread outbreak of coronavirus.
Reporting of derivatives transactions under EMIR has proved problematic for firms and regulators, as trade groups call for a standardised approach.
The number of STORs reported in 2019 declined 8% from 2018, as the FCA says firms are taking more robust steps to tackle potentially harmful trading activity.
London Stock Exchange Group chief says Refinitiv deal is on track to close in the second half of the year, as annual results read well for bourse.
The controversial speed bump was opposed by some of the markets most active participants and industry lobby groups.