Market has been expecting delay; timeline will hinge on board meeting this week
Sanjay Sharma talks about risk transparency and how his book helps achieve it.
Financial rules putting progress towards liquid and transparent markets at risk
Banks warn prices to rise under new regime
Transparency rules for bilateral trades will end relationship-based pricing, banks warn
Regulators have rejected requests to share underlying data set, critics claim
Frustrating, costly, inefficient – but swap reporting can be fixed, says Isda CEO
Patricia Jackson discusses her new book and the different factors that influence an effective risk culture.
Government review calls for bank capital levels in "top quartile"
Lawyer says bill will not cut tax avoidance, only harm investment
Sponsored interview: Stoxx
A requirement to report trades under the European Market Infrastructure Regulation kicked in on February 12, creating a rush to comply among energy derivatives market participants. Some firms have struggled with the rules, and say a lack of support from...
12th Annual European Fund of Hedge Funds Awards 2013
Firms that manage family fortunes say structured products have come a long way since the financial crisis, but their use in family office portfolios remains limited
Industry calls for common trade reporting rules
The ability to infer daily performance from less frequently observed returns data can help hedge fund investors understand intra-month gains and losses
Regulators' demands for more transparency are loading a heavy burden on to compliance, IT and operational risk teams at financial institutions. But collecting the data could have unforeseen benefits too. Alison Ebbage reports
Pimco: Cleared for take-off
Market-makers will be uncomfortable taking on less liquid trades if instant reporting is required, warns a panel at Isda's European conference
New trading platforms must enable dealers to make pre-trade disclosures – but industry doesn't know what information needs to be provided
The costs and benefits of reform
Transparency and own-capital ban for OTFs could interfere with “free flow” of market, says Lord Harrison, chair of a House of Lords committee that yesterday warned of fundamental flaws in Europe’s Mifid review