Regulating for good culture and ethics at financial institutions is difficult because it is so subjective, but there are signs the UK supervisor is moving in that direction
More details emerge on how the new regulatory regime in the UK will be structured
Temenos product director says “buffer” of regulation obstructs meaningful dialogue
Mortgage lenders must hold capital for operational risk
The break-up of the UK Financial Services Authority is beginning to take shape, says the regulator's head of risk management
Some professional indemnity insurers are charging higher premiums for structured products or are refusing to cover them. This makes it difficult for IFAs to offer them to their clients
Chair of All Party Group on Insurance and Financial Services says reorganisation of UK regulatory structure is welcome
Effort by regulators to ban naked short-selling on financial stocks is misplaced, as market abuse from short-selling on small cap stocks based on insider information is a more real problem, says Lombard Odier's hedge fund arm
UK MP Jonathan Evans asks for a fresh, "simplified" approach on consultation, and fairer implementation of EU directives
New European Union compensation rules affect hedge funds before AIFM comes in force
Auditors were too willing to follow management's line before the crisis, FSA charges
Jon Pain to step down from UK regulator before proposed changes take effect next year
The FSA's plans to overhaul regulations governing investment advice will spark a boom in the use of ETFs in the UK, according to BlackRock.
The FSA has fined and banned a former oil futures broker for manipulating the price of brent oil after an “extremely heavy” drinking session.
The UK Financial Services Authority is taking a hardline approach to insider trading, increasingly carrying out criminal investigations. But at the same time it is asking firms to work with it by providing information to build a bigger picture of what’s...