Legal spotlight: Eurozone
Barclays Capital advises clients to stick to the UK in light of recent EUA thefts across European registries
Shortage of high quality liquid assets prompts Danish regulators to push for changes to the liquidity coverage ratio within the European Union capital requirements directive
Following sustained calls from EU members to curb commodity derivative markets, the EU will research the link between derivative and physical markets
The uses and abuses of Ucits
EUA theft damage should only be ‘reputational’
And the winner is...
Fund’s Global Financial Stability Report and World Economic Outlook updates show concern over insufficiency of eurozone stress tests, links between banking and sovereign risks
Caps and clawbacks
The ‘what if’ scenario
Risk of debtor-nation
Getting the house in order
EU plans to standardise sanctions welcomed, but 'impractical'
2011 stress tests will struggle for credibility
European leaders endorse EFSF model, as facility gears up for debut issuance of up to €5 billion
UK parliamentarians cross-examine European Commissioner for internal market regulation Michel Barnier on how much power new European supervisory authorities will have over national regulators
The European Commission has produced a consultation paper that suggests a basis for banning certain investments, with structured products making their usual appearance in the limelight
Proposed new rules on hedge accounting - published by the IASB this morning - are intended to make life easier for corporate hedgers
Is France losing its pluck?
A new prescription
Label with care