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[US REGS] Warren warns that reforming Dodd-Frank risks new financial crisis

Senator Elizabeth Warren has criticises the US administration’s reforms of Dodd-Frank, warning they could cause another financial crisis. Justin Pugsley reports.

Transition period unlikely to threaten City of London

A proposed transition after the UK leaves the EU, but remains in it in all but name and therefore subject to all its rules, does not particularly worry the UK financial sector. What sets pulses racing is what comes afterwards, on which there is still little clarity. By Justin Pugsley

Bank of England confirms FPC re-appointments

Bank of England confirms three re-appointments made by the UK chancellor Philip Hammond to the Financial Policy Committee.

Big tech poses threat to financial stability, bankers warn

Banks call for big tech firms to be subject to same rules as them as they move into financial services and warn that this could threaten financial stability.

SEC makes $1.658bn budget request

The SEC seeks to increase its budget by 3.5% to beef up its cybersecurity, IT, data and risk capabilities.

Quarles: improvements in US regulation “inevitable”

US agencies should be able to improve the US financial regulatory system thanks to the benefit of experience and hindsight.

Markus Kaempf

Share trading jam thin edge of Swiss EU wedge

The EU and Switzerland are trying to reshape their relationship by rolling a raft of different agreements into a comprehensive institutional framework. But the negotiations are proving to be challenging with Swiss financial services potentially getting caught in the crossfire

Peteris Zilgalvis

EU desire for harmonisation risks stifling fintech development

Europe’s need for regulatory harmony may stand at odds with a need to adopt technology ahead of setting standards. By Dan Barnes.

Japan planning shake-up of its regulatory system

Japan plans to revise its financial regulatory system to inject more competition in a move that could unleash fintech potential in the country.


Making America’s regulatory system great again

Keith Noreika, the former acting Comptroller of the Currency, talks to GRR about his time as a regulator and discusses how parts of the US regulatory system might be reformed under the Trump administration 

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