Second Budget this year
Paul Walter fined £60,090 by the regulator
Hopes for higher levels of trading activity
Working together to share data
ETF market to hit $7.6trn by 2020
Focused on asset liquidity and credit quality
Groups firming up plans
Stamp duty reform? Raid on pensions?
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It is no secret that global financial regulations are only getting tighter, writes Robert Cruz, director, information governance at IT security firm Actiance.
Not meeting client's digital demands
Cryptocurrency CFDs are “increasingly being marketed to consumers"
Attributing fees to fund range
Regulators outline priorities for coming year
Marks the end of FCA investigation into CFM
As is often the case with sequels, MiFID II is more ambitious, more expansive and arguably more confusing than its predecessor.
Our video series continues
Follows thematic review
Ex-Citigroup and UBS trader appeals ban
Need to remain competitive
Douglas Cherry, partner at Reed Smith, takes a closer look at the implications of the new regulations for asset and wealth management employees.
MiFID II: Firms can expect 'degree of flexibility' on complex issues but should not fall behind on the basics
'Zero tolerance approach' to more straightforward areas
To grow to $17trn by 2030