European securities and markets authority (esma)
Europe’s revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive appears to leave the door open for derivatives trading platforms to offer voice trading – but rules on transparency may slam the door shut....
A 20-odd page document designed to aid investor protection in Germany is likely to be done away with once the European Securities and Markets Authority passes final judgement on its latest amendment to...
Recent events at UBS have prompted one industry expert to call for a specific rogue-trading regulation
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One of the key aims of the European Securities and Markets Authority is to deliver a common approach to regulation across the EU, ensuring consistency and co-operation across borders. Executive director Verena Ross talks to ORR about how the new regulator...
Statement is beginning of "a series of recommendations" from BlackRock on ETF market, says iShares head of sales
The European Securities and Markets Authority has asked whether diversification within strategy indexes should be judged within the confines of Ucits, while also requesting responses to a discussion paper on synthetic and physical ETFs
Inconsistencies in new regulations both across borders and within the regulations themselves are giving rise to concerns of regulatory arbitrage and exploitation of loopholes
The CFTC's attempt to protect non-US regulators from an indemnity clause in the Dodd-Frank Act will fail, European regulators fear
Regulators need to protect markets from "rumours and false information" say bans' supporters
European Union regulators are looking at how they should extend rules regarding Ucits exchange-traded funds and structured Ucits products. Comments are due by September 16
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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