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G7 calls for stronger co-operation against cyber-crime

G7 calls for more co-operation in fight against money laundering, terror financing and cyber-crime, and talks up fairer taxation policies.

IMF calls on New Zealand to strengthen supervision

New Zealand’s banking system is basically in good shape, but the IMF nonetheless warns over vulnerabilities and calls for a strengthening of the country’s macro-prudential framework.

James Grieg

Brexit prompts EU to hasten regulatory clean-up

The scramble among EU-27 financial centres to host UK located firms looking for a new home in the Union is likely to accelerate the drive towards regulatory convergence. By Justin Pugsley.

Nicolas Veron

ESAs likely to gain more power following European Commission review

The European Commission’s review of the three European supervisory authorities is likely to grant them more power. But it could also lead to some quite radical outcomes. By Justin Pugsley.

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Europe rebooted?

It was not that long ago that existential questions swirled around the eurozone. But the results of the French election and strong economic growth seem to have reinvigorated sentiment and the drive towards greater harmonisation.

Industry giving mixed message over Brexit

UK financial industry sources express different levels of confidence about coping after the country has left the EU

Mnuchin rules out breaking up largest banks

Administration has no plans to break up the biggest banks, says US Treasury secretary.

Any big changes to Dodd-Frank unlikely for a year, says analyst

Analyst believes no significant changes to Dodd-Frank will materialise for at least a year and will rely largely on interpretations of agencies’ heads.

Ending Dodd-Frank could save $35bn over 10 years says White House

White Houses identifies $35bn of savings over 10 years from abolishing Dodd-Frank.

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UK’s Great Repeal Bill faces tight deadline as Brexit looms

The UK faces the monumental task of turning EU laws into domestic ones as it leaves the EU. However, plenty of other countries have trodden this path, not least countries formerly part of the British empire. By Farah Khalique.

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