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Luke Clancy

Editor-at-large

Luke Clancy is the London-based editor-at-large for Risk.net. Over the past 20 years spent in financial journalism, his previous positions have included: supplements editor, Risk magazine; editor of Hedge Funds Review, ETF Risk and Custody Risk (all formerly published by Incisive Media (now Infopro Digital)); senior investment writer, Investment Week (published by Incisive Media); deputy editor, Global Investor (Euromoney); managing editor, Engaged Investor and Pensions Insight (Newsquest Specialist Media); editor, World Mining Stocks (Aspermont UK); editor, Global Pensions and deputy editor, Professional Pensions (MSM International); online editor, Private Wealth Advisor and Offshore Red (Camden Publishing).

Articles by Luke Clancy

Ucits’ future in Asia questioned

Ucits has enjoyed unprecedented success penetrating Asia but the party may be ending for the investment vehicle as three Asian initiatives prepare to challenge the European brand

Data fragmentation hampers oversight

The G-20 had hoped the reporting of OTC derivatives trades would give regulators an opportunity to spot the build-up of systemic risk. But domestic reporting requirements, a lack of standard data formats and local privacy laws are preventing supervisors…

BNY Mellon announces eight new appointments

BNY Mellon has made several new hires across four businesses, including appointing Dean Sakati to head strategy for securities finance within global collateral services, and Mark Gonzalez as US chief operating officer for derivatives clearing services

New Iosco chair launches cross-border taskforce

Greg Medcraft took over as chair of the International Organization of Securities Commissions in March, alongside his role as chairman of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. He talks to Luke Clancy about his priorities for both roles

Solving systemic risk in harmony

Regulators face an uphill task fixing the plumbing of global financial regulation, but an organisation waits in the wings ready to be tasked with the job of marrying up the connections

Extraterritorial clash continues for clearing houses

While the Group of 20 nations want to see progress with financial regulatory reforms, individual authorities around the world are reluctant to relinquish domestic sovereignty over standards for central counterparties. Luke Clancy reports

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