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The Single Supervisory Mechanism | One Year On
November 4, 2014 marked a turning point in European banking supervision. It was the day the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) took over responsibility for banking supervision in the Eurozone.
European Union
11 Nov 2015
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The SSM And Banking In The Eurozone | Looking To The Future
The first year of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) was a busy one for banks – and for supervisors.
European Union
9 Nov 2015
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Financial Benchmarks: Last Chance For The Industry?
The FCA issued a loud wake-up call to the market in its recent thematic review of firms' oversight and controls in relation to financial benchmarks.
UK
6 Aug 2015
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Qualifying Securitisation | What Is It And What Does It Mean For The Market?
In September 2015 the EU Commission is expected to bring forward a legislative proposal in on ‘high-quality' securitisation as part of the Capital Markets Union.
UK
3 Jul 2015
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Management Information For Conduct Risk: Underpinning Better Decision-Making
Regulators are placing increasing emphasis on the management of conduct risk within financial services firms. Central to this is the right management information (MI).
UK
1 May 2015
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PRA Puts Ring-Fencing In Industry's Court
The Prudential Regulation Authority's first consultation paper on UK bank ring-fencing puts the ball back in industry’s court.
UK
14 Oct 2014
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Risk And Regulation Monthly – June 2014
Following the surge in legislation ahead of the European elections, June saw a number of final texts published.
UK
24 Jul 2014
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ESAs Outline Details On EMIR Margin Requirements For Non-Cleared OTC Derivatives
The ESAs published the draft regulatory technical standards setting out of risk-mitigation techniques for OTC derivative contracts not cleared by a CCP.
European Union
25 Apr 2014
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EU Bank Structural Reform | Commission Sets Out Ban On Prop Trading, Retail And Trading Split
Today marks the ‘end of the beginning’ for EU bank structural reform, after the Commission published its long-awaited proposal for a Regulation which would ban proprietary trading at the biggest banks in the EU and ring-fence some of their remaining trading activities.
European Union
3 Feb 2014
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Sweeping Regulation Set To Capture A Wide Range Of Benchmarks And Indices
Commission proposal will affect benchmark administrators and submitters well beyond LIBOR: The regulatory interest in benchmarks prompted by the manipulation of LIBOR has now extended into many other areas of the financial system: what began as a banking issue has evolved into a system-wide concern, with potential regulatory impacts for a wide range of firms.
UK
24 Sep 2013
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