In this blog post, we round-up key forthcoming developments in the UK and at EU and International levels in financial services regulation which are expected to happen in July and August 2022.

1 Jul
2 Jul
3 Jul
4 Jul
7 Jul
8 Jul
11 Jul
13 Jul
14 Jul
18 Jul
19 Jul
21 Jul
22 Jul
23 Jul
26 Jul
27 Jul
28 Jul
29 Jul
31 Jul
1 Aug
2 Aug
3 Aug
5 Aug
12 Aug
15 Aug
17 Aug
24 Aug
31 Aug

Table of abbreviations:

AM Aggregation Method GFANZ Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero
AIFMs Alternative Investment Fund Managers HMT HM Treasury
ATM Automated Teller Machine HoC House of Commons
BO Beneficial Ownership HoL House of Lords
BoE Bank of England IAIS International Association of Insurance Supervisors
CBDC Central Bank Digital Currency ICS Insurance Capital Standard
CCP Central Counterparty IOSCO International Organisation of Securities Commissions
CfE Call for Evidence LEI Legal Entity Identifier
CFT Countering the Financing of Terrorism LSE London Stock Exchange
CoP Confirmation of Payee MiFID II Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II
CP Consultation Paper MiFIR Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation
CRA Credit Rating Agency MMF Money Market Fund
DP Discussion Paper NPL Nonperforming Loan
DSA Digital Settlement Asset NZTP Net-zero Transition Plan
EBA European Banking Authority PRA Prudential Regulation Authority
EC European Commission PRIIPS Packaged Retail Investment and Insurance Products
EIOPA European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority PS Policy Statement
EP European Parliament PSR Payment Systems Regulator
ESAs European Supervisory Authorities PSD2 Second Payment Services Directive
ESMA European Securities and Markets Authority RTS Regulatory Technical Standards
ETFs Exchange Traded Funds SDRP Statutory Debt Repayment Plan
FATF Financial Action Task Force SI Statutory Instrument
FCA Financial Conduct Authority SS Supervisory Statement
FMI Financial Market Infrastructure TPT Transition Plan Taskforce
FOS Financial Ombudsman Service UCITS Undertakings for the Collective Investment in Transferable Securities
FSCS Financial Services Compensation Scheme

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