After $150 million fine for Barclays, more legal action could follow
Barclays' penalty for forex-related misconduct is now $635 million
CFTC signals softening on position limits monitoring, however
Officials hope to catch cross-market schemes by monitoring Remit data
Costly fines deter firms from employing cross-market strategies
UK regulator says it won't provide a "road map" for avoidance
Regulators must take energy market manipulation seriously, argues Kaminski
Result comes despite tougher rules on market manipulation and abuse
Graduates must be warned of the serious risks of market abuse
Huge losses will affect risk modelling and capital calculation
Complex investigations and delays in trials over index rigging
Allegations of manipulation are particularly bad for energy trading firms, which should respond by holding themselves to higher standards
Acer probed 10 cases under Remit in 2012, agency says, in report that sheds light on the development of monitoring regime
Despite coming into force in December 2011, Remit insider trading rules continue to raise questions among energy traders
By mid-2014, the Regulation on Wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency is expected to see European energy market participants reporting masses of information about their trading activity to regulators. How do regulators intend to use this data...
Record $410 million settlement demonstrates zero-tolerance approach towards exploitation of market design flaws
Ferc penalties against Barclays and other banks expected to bolster compliance with market manipulation rules
Regulators, including the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, are aggressively targeting uneconomic trading in a crackdown on potential market manipulation. Such moves have striking parallels in the history of baseball - some of which might prove...
An incessant torrent of regulation, divergent approaches by different regulators and the practical difficulty of ensuring compliance by employees spread across different locations have created major challenges for senior management in the financial services...
Study disproves commonly held negative perceptions of HFT
Managing director's departure comes before regulatory overhaul
FSA fine for ex-JC FLowers chief executive 'does not show credible deterrence'
Latest fines include second-highest individual market abuse penalty so far
Experts believe multi-million-pound fine issued to HSBC to be continuation of FSA focus on banks' retail failings