Federal Reserve governor Daniel Tarullo warns against a US deregulatory push as memories of financial crisis are still fresh
Governor of the Bank of Mexico to take over at the Bank for International Settlements in October 2017
Hong Kong and Switzerland agree reciprocal market access for fund managers to retail investors
Rules to curb speculation in food-related commodities have been amended by the European Commission, but critics remain unconvinced that they will perform as intended
Regulators are struggling to find LIBOR alternatives, though there are hopes that replacements will emerge this year.
Singapore takes fostering fintech seriously and does so by taking a pragmatic and balanced approach ensuring that new ideas are not prematurely snuffed out by overly burdensome rules.
CFTC commissioner warns that new rules are undermining uncleared derivatives trades and draining liquidity from secondary markets
The Bank of England stress tests were seen as tough enough to be credible, but still drew criticism from some quarters.
A big part of formulating climate change policy is having the right information. A task force led by the Financial Stability Board hopes to provide just that, following the release of a voluntary financial disclosure regime for publicly listed companies.