Ready for anything
EX-Dresdner Banker gets record jail sentence
The number of retail investors using ETFs is rising fast, boosted by regulatory initiatives such as the Retail Distribution Review and greater product knowledge among financial advisers.
Head of international division moves to European market regulator
Treasury Committee warns against hasty reform
UK FSA says more training necessary to fill op risk gaps
FDIC shows hand on remuneration rules
Influential parliamentary committee calls for Bank of England (BoE) executive directors’ votes to be transferred to external members, citing amount of power vested in central bank
Martin Wheatley has been named head of the UK's Consumer Protection and Markets Authority, one of the two bodies that will be created in 2012 to replace the FSA. See link below for extended interview.
UK FSA jumps on the ban-wagon
The new normal
UK FSA to get ‘intensive and intrusive’ on products
Responses to EU remuneration paper urge restraint
RBS, Natwest receive £2.8m fine for poor complaints handling
UK regulator fines Barclays Bank £7.7m for mis-selling funds
Coming of age
Firms have until July 1 to comply, but experts says they can reject "pernicious" parts of FSA regulations
FSA fines Aegon UK £2.8 million for multiple control failings
Gives guidance on advanced approaches
Sigor releases revamped sound practices paper
BoE's Bailey: UK PRA and banks will be 'heavily engaged'
RBS agrees to help publish report of FSA investigation
UK FSA’s Hector Sants says primary objective of new banking regulator will be to resolve failed institutions without disrupting financial system; outlines new risk model