Regulation outlook 2022: Impact of past, present and future decisions set to take hold

LIBOR, LTAF, crypto, SDR and Brexit

James Baxter-Derrington
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2022 could see a "cold war of regulator action" between the UK and EU

2022 could see a "cold war of regulator action" between the UK and EU

The asset and wealth management industry is set to face a busy year of regulation, with the impact of recently passed legislation, including sustainability disclosure requirements and new listings rules, combining with that yet to come, such as long term asset funds.

Past decisions will also bring change, as LIBOR also comes to an end this year, with very slim exception, while the spectre of Brexit is far from banished. On 10 December, the Financial Conduct Authority...

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