The FCA has disputed a peer assessment that its analysis and integration of EMIR data in its supervisory approach is not meeting expectations.
Firms have been urged by the FCA to take reasonable steps to prepare with post-Brexit MiFID and EMIR reporting requirements.
The rates division at Tullett Prebon engaged in improper trading with lax controls and systems in place to monitor broker conduct.
Industry review from UK regulator finds positive results since MiFID II implementation with no negative impact to research access for small-to-mid caps.
Regulatory pressures on asset managers to oversee and govern their outsourcing service providers has become a challenge for the buy-side.
The London-Shanghai Stock Connect has gone live providing international investors access China A-shares without the need for a direct trading link.
ICE Data Services has been given green light in the UK to act as a third country benchmark administrator.
Several major institutions have opted to establish Dutch entities as the UK prepares to leave the European Union.
European regulatory watchdog revises approach to STO for 14 UK stocks after FCA raises alarm over liquidity and market fragmentation under a no-deal scenario.
Over one year since the separation of payments for execution and research was introduced via MiFID II in Europe, Hayley McDowell examines the unintended consequences of unbundling for buy- and sell-side institutions and finds an industry still coming to terms with the change.