New authority will conduct cost-benefit analysis to decide which derivatives should be cleared - but G-20 deadline is not negotiable, says Esma chair in first public speech
Investors hoped European leaders would finally provide clarity on their plans to resolve the Eurozone funding crisis at summit meetings in March. But the solutions offered have done little to dispel unrest in the market
Industry group fears European Union legislative process will set LCR and NSFR flaws in stone
New Fatca tax regulations enacted last year in the US will have a wide-reaching impact on the US financial industry. This has attracted many complaints and prompted the European Commission to call for changes to the new rules.
Europe's new systemic risk watchdog could clash with the ECB - but the ESRB's powers may need to be expanded, says Belgian finance minister, Didier Reynders
Balancing the books
European policymakers and regulators are considering dramatic changes to the capital treatment for government bonds
Participants on a Credit Institute panel debate held in London argued that peripheral funding and inflation are the major challenges for the Eurozone
The EU prepares itself for another sovereign bail-out after Portuguese parliament rejects tax rises and budget cuts
German investors look into the Sun for infinite returns
Council removes back-loading provision in Emir proposal
Consultancy warns Co-Rep requirements might still be subject to regional 'gold-plating'
Publication of responses to European consultation paper reveals widespread dislike of risk indicator plans
FM Capital - a UK hedge fund with ties to Libya - gets HM Treasury licence to keep trading, but dealers are wary
CDS spreads increase for several eurozone sovereigns as Moody’s downgrades Spanish credit rating
Lawmakers throw their weight behind Tobin tax on financial transactions; say global difference of opinion should not stop Europe implementing levy
European Banking Authority unveils timeline for second round of EU-wide stress tests with launch set for Friday; first executive director and internal committee named
ETF Securities has launched two ETFs based on the growing infrastructure sector, which will require $2 trillion of investment every year until 2030, according to OECD estimates.
All systems go
Coupling up in Europe
Next move for data