The Financial Times invites you to try its forward looking regulatory analysis service for a month


Dear colleague, 

Did you know that The Financial Times has a specialist service focused on delivering forward looking analysis on financial regulation? 

It informs many of the world’s leading central banks, global banks, securities regulators and global standard setters. 

Some of them are the very same people who draft and interpret the rules that banks and non-bank financial institutions must follow. 

The Financial Times provides excellent blow-by-blow coverage of changes in financial regulation as they unfold. What Global Risk Regulator does is to stand back from the ‘noise’ and dig deeper into the real significance of these regulatory announcements. 

It hones in and extracts the key topics from the regulatory debate to deliver concise forward-looking insights that you can act upon.

It analyses how new regulatory initiatives are likely to unfold, their consequences - intended or otherwise - what the industry thinks about them and how they will shape wholesale capital markets and global banking businesses.

Plan ahead  

If you work in a financial institution, Global Risk Regulator provides you with forward-looking analysis to help you anticipate, respond and plan for incoming rules. This is also useful to explain the impact of regulatory changes to senior management. 

If you are a regulator, Global Risk Regulator will help you track industry reaction to new and upcoming rules and how they plan to respond to them.

It also stays on top of policy making by global standard setters such as the FSB, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and IOSCO. These bodies have a huge influence on global and national regulatory frameworks.

That analysis is informed by speaking with senior industry thought leaders and regulators as well as researching reports and other important data.  

The key areas of coverage are prudential, securities, crypto, ESG and conduct regulation. 

This includes Basel 3 (plus national implementation), G20/FSB regulatory initiatives, CRR/D, MiFID/R, EMIR, MiCA, MAR, SM&CR, Dodd-Frank financial reforms and so on. 


With Global Risk Regulator you get: 

  • Monthly print delivery 
  • Bi-monthly e-newsletter with a downloadable PDF
  • Unrestricted access to and its 10 year+ archive 


So why not give the service a try? The Financial Times will cover your first month’s subscription and there is no obligation to carry on if you decide that it is not for you.

Please contact: Ella Jacob


Tel: +44(0)20 7873 3183