Amendments to China's Securities Investment Funds Law, effective from June 2013, will for the first time recognise hedge funds. This could lead to the establishment of a Chinese hedge fund industry
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...
Readying for regulation
Another institution rejects AMA because of lack of clarity in requirements
Review of 30 financial institutions will lead to first new guidance in seven years
Unanswered questions remain over the implementation of Vickers by 2019
Utilities and other energy firms are working hard to refine and enhance the scenarios they use for stress testing. Given recent market events, the impact of regulatory change and large-scale liquidity crises are taking on an increasingly important role....
Pototschnig dismisses concerns of energy firms over European Regulation on Energy Market Integrity and Transparency
Hedge funds around the world need to take note of the recent fine imposed on Royal Bank of Scotland and the extraterritorial reach of the the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority has begun a consultation on corporate governance of regulated hedge funds. The move should bring the financial centre closer in line with other jurisdictions.
Issuers say investors will not benefit from amendments to the EC's Prospectus Directive, but Esma maintains the new requirements serve a purpose
The SEC will soon send issuers final guidance on structured note valuation disclosure, following a sweep letter sent last April
Mary Jo White to replace Elisse Walter, following Schapiro’s resignation in December 2012
Sponsored forum: US inflation derivatives
Fifth senior employee to depart SEC following resignation of SEC's chair
Welcome to the 2012/2013 winter issue of Custody Risk
The golden state?
Shutting up shop