European regulators have been told not to prioritise supervision of the changes to systematic internalisers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Industry experts believe the UK may decide not to adopt one of the most controversial aspects of the new settlement regulation post-Brexit.
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.
The delay from ESMA may not have gone far enough according to some market experts who believe challenges persist despite time extension.
After months of lobbying, trade associations and market participants get their wish as ESMA delays introduction of CSDR's settlement discipline regime.
ESMA is considering removing certain transparency waivers which would make the DVCs redundant, or lowering the threshold market-wide to further restrict dark trading in Europe.
The MiFID II SI regime, best execution reporting, market data costs and the share trading obligation were among the areas the EFSA has urged authorities to prioritise.
The EU authority’s new powers include increased oversight of third-country equivalence assessments working alongside the European Commission.
Immediately after circuit breakers are triggered, a study from ESMA finds that calmer trading conditions come at the cost of higher spreads.
John reviews the best of The TRADE News’ coverage of regulation over the past 12 months.