Monday, 23 July 2018

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  • London edges out NY, but maybe not for long

    People & Markets | 30 September 2016

    London’s role as the world’s top financial centre could be under threat as the implications of Britain leaving the European Union start to sink in.

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    Banks step up effort to avoid damaging Brexit

    People & Markets | 09 September 2016

    Banks and financial firms in the City of London have stepped up their efforts to influence the terms of Britain’s exit from the European Union and ensure their interests are heard.

  • EU bank watchdog seeks to clarify capital guidance

    People & Markets | 01 July 2016

    This year’s European Union bank stress tests should not automatically trigger cuts to dividends and bonuses if they reveal capital shortfalls, the bloc’s banking watchdog said last week.

  • EU to soften roll out of bond trading rules

    People & Markets | 24 June 2016

    Stricter European Union rules for corporate bond markets will be phased in gradually to ensure they don’t threaten funding for the economy, a senior EU official said last week.

  • Waiting for ECB impact on mezz

    Brexit risks taking multi-trillion euro trading from London

    Capital City | 01 April 2016

    (Reuters) - If Britons vote to leave the EU, London’s financial centre faces losing one of its top money spinners - the trade in trillions of euros in derivatives - and the European Central Bank will be pushing hard for the business to move onto its patch.

  • Regulators rein in banks' use of internal capital models

    People & Markets | 24 March 2016

    The world’s largest banks will have less discretion over how much capital to hold against loans turning sour, global regulators proposed last week.

  • Serious Fraud Office sign

    UK fraud office closes probe into FX market

    People & Markets | 18 March 2016

    Britain’s fraud watchdog has ended an investigation into possible foreign exchange market rigging, saying it did not have enough evidence to secure convictions, in a further setback to its efforts to prosecute wrongdoers in financial markets.

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    UK watchdog paper says bank rules have not hit bond market liquidity

    Ticker | 17 March 2016

    (Reuters) - The ability of investors to buy and sell corporate bonds has actually improved, not declined, in recent years, a paper published by Britain’s markets regulator said on Thursday which undermines calls from banks for a regulatory pushback.

  • The Bank of England

    BoE says regulators may lighten capital burden on derivatives

    Ticker | 16 March 2016

    Global regulators will propose ways that could ease capital requirements for banks that clear large numbers of financial derivatives, a Bank of England official said on Tuesday.

  • Serious Fraud Office sign

    UK fraud office closes probe into FX market

    Ticker | 15 March 2016

    Britain’s financial watchdog has closed down a probe into possible foreign exchange market fraud, saying it did not have enough evidence to secure convictions, in a fresh blow to its efforts to prosecute wrongdoers.