Amendments and deadline extension spark relief among end-users
Parliamentary rapporteur undermines STS with investor due diligence plan
German policy-makers talk tough in opposition to lowering of discount rate
Swinburne says clearing should be shielded from ratio "if Basel does not deliver"
Failure to engage with European Parliament will delay and undermine international insurance regulation, says MEP
Improving credit risk modelling assumptions could soften Basel's push for input floors
Key MEP urges broader exemptions for regional banks as FRTB looms
Some trades will face transparency, but the outcome “could have been worse”
European Parliament cannot agree on bank structural reform to tackle the too-big-to-fail issue
But three dealers say it is too early to know whether corporate CVA exemption will be removed
MEPs to vote on four changes to Mifid II text on March 17
European Parliament and UK regulator push for carve-out, but industry unimpressed
Ferber warns amending text "risks opening Pandora's box"
Some want the new regime to be phased – on top of mooted one-year delay
European officials should look at the impact of the leverage ratio on clearing, the Bank of England chief tells MEPs
Deadline could arrive in mid-June; pressure to resolve EU-US dispute grows
Funds could be subject to CVA charge for period of weeks or months
Affiliate and client positions not commingled, they argue
Isda AGM: analysis aims to end wrangle over merits of 1-day and 2-day margin rules
But close-ended, unleveraged or Ucits fund may provide an exception
Mifid II proposals seen as bad for end-users and market liquidity
"Hard to see" how plans honour EC pledge to avoid harm, says Swinburne
Pearson: commission is "considering an appropriate response"
Chair of Lords subcommittee says UK neglect of Europe is "criminal"