Solvency II will apply capital requirements, heightened governance and risk management standards, and regulatory reporting obligations to insurance firms from the start of 2016, we take a deeper look into the new regulation and how it will affect hedge funds and asset managers.
Former traders at three major banks are set to appear in court over the alleged rigging of the Euribor benchmark.
Following a turbulent week in Chinese markets, The TRADE speaks with UBS and Instinet about circuit breakers.
China’s Securities and Regulatory Commission (CSRC) has announced it has suspended its recently introduced circuit-breaker system.
SEC study into August market volatility finds opening procedures and trading regulations exacerbated the situation.
A US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) staff report has issued recommendations which could tighten up the qualifying criteria for accredited investors and their ability to invest in private fund vehicles such as hedge funds or structured products.
Uncertainty and criticism continues to surround the proposed EU financial transaction tax
Plans to create a harmonised global product identifier for OTC derivatives have been unveiled by IOSCO.
Recognition of cost burden by FCA means firms can start to plan projects.
The FCA's most recent MiFID paper exempts certain funds, such as UCITS and alternatives, from reporting obligations.