UK prime minister Theresa May has finally served notice that the UK is leaving the EU, reports Justin Pugsley.
The UK’s pending departure from the EU and the US’s much more nationalist administration have become a big source of concern for clearing houses. Justin Pugsley reports.
The Financial Stability Board has voiced its concerns to the G20 about loss of reform momentum and capital markets fragmentation. Justin Pugsley reports.
The UK has been warned that leaving the EU means an end to access to its markets for financial services. Justin Pugsley reports.
The failure to repeal Obamacare by the Trump administration makes Dodd-Frank look a little more secure. However, the administration has other tricks up its sleeve to drive financial reform
A group of Democrat senators claim that Michael Piwowar, the designated chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission is stepping beyond his remit and is potentially wasting the agency’s time and resources
Republicans are looking to work with Democrats in the Senate in a bid to come up with a bipartisan replacement for Dodd-Frank
The financial scandals that have rocked the industry since 2008 are forcing firms and regulators to take conduct risk much more seriously. However, firms shouldn't just rely on the ‘three lines of defence’ model for compliance. By Jon Szehofner and Clarisse Mallem at GD Financial Markets.
The Bank of England’s models are not up to the job of spotting the next financial crisis, according to one senior official.