With the move to exchange clearing, European firms will join US buy- and sell-side firms in creating a new trading environment. However, many questions remain unanswered and challenges confront the industry...
They are questions that should strike fear into the heart of any regulator: how often does a product have to trade, and in what volumes, before it can be deemed liquid? The European Securities and Markets...
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A consultation by the European Securities and Markets Authority is being closely scrutinised for answers on how a revamped Markets in Financial Instruments Directive will affect commodity trading companies
Post-crisis financial legislation is generating deep uncertainty for industry participants, making life difficult for companies that rely on commodity markets as a vital way of managing their risk
Even dark pools have not escaped the regulatory spotlight – and financial supervisors in the EU and elsewhere are now facing up to the question of whether they provide value to the market as a whole, and how (or if) their activities should be limited...
The European Union is finally nailing down rules governing retail investment products, but an intervention from the European Securities and Markets Authority could dilute the potency of the region’s national legislators. Richard Jory reports
Dodd-Frank and Mifid II position limits could cause firms to withdraw from commodity derivatives
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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