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Tarullo advises against de-regulation

Federal Reserve governor Daniel Tarullo warns against a US deregulatory push as memories of financial crisis are still fresh

Agustin Carstens to lead Bank for International Settlements

Governor of the Bank of Mexico to take over at the Bank for International Settlements in October 2017

Dodd-Frank reforms having mixed impact on credit availability

Mixed evidence that Dodd-Frank is restraining credit availability, says Government Accountability Office

Theresa May

Potential hard Brexit sparks passport alternatives search

The UK’s financial services sector is worried over the terms of trade with EU once the country has left the union, and is looking for alternatives to passporting for selling into that market


Basel III delay signals growing risk of regulatory divergence

With the finalisation of the Basel III framework having been delayed over output floor levels and with a new administration taking over in the US, speculation is rife over the future shape of the framework.  

Massad steps down from CFTC, Clayton to head SEC

Timothy Massad has resigned from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, while Jay Clayton is named to take over at the Securities and Exchange Commission

Trump promises new regulatory overhaul

Donald Trump's US election victory shocked the establishment. But this might be just the beginning as his administration promises to significantly alter the country's regulatory framework for banks basing it much more on free market principles.

Cutler appointed to FINRA board of governors

JPMorgan lawyer Stephen Cutler appointed as a governor at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).

Swiss supervisor sets out plan for 2017-2020

Switzerland’s authorities are to prioritise tough capital requirements, conduct and innovation over the next four years.

Mike Pence

Keep an eye on Mike Pence for regulatory clues

The Trump administration could radically reform US financial regulation – and the real powerbroker behind the process is likely to be vice president Mike Pence.

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