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In a world roiled by activism, geopolitical uncertainty and data risk, dealmakers are eager to lean in, according to our survey
Activism affects virtually everyone now—even those who may never have to deal with an activist
LIBOR, one of the most significant global benchmarks for calculating interest, is to be phased out by 2021 and replaced by alternative benchmarks in the form of risk-free rates. With LIBOR widely used in the loan, bond and derivatives markets, and in many long-term contracts, the impact of this change cannot be underestimated. The transition to the new replacement rates will not be an easy process, but it is a necessary one, and market participants must start now.
Financial institutions M&A sector trends: stock exchanges/clearing houses/trading venues — H2 2019 and outlook for 2020
Financial institutions M&A sector trends: fintech — H2 2019 and outlook for 2020
Financial institutions M&A sector trends: consumer finance — H2 2019 and outlook for 2020
Financial institutions M&A sector trends: brokers/corporate finance — H2 2019 and outlook for 2020
Financial institutions M&A sector trends: banks — H2 2019 and outlook for 2020
Financial institutions M&A sector trends: specialty finance/marketplace lending — H2 2019 and outlook for 2020
Our countdown illustrates the key dates and milestones on the road to Brexit. We will share regular updates regarding the progress of the Brexit negotiations as they unfold.
What businesses need to know for a strategic approach
Valdis Dombrovskis has a full in-tray that includes securing the EU banking and capital markets union as he begins his term at the European Commission.
How to stay ahead of the curve, minimize future costs of compliance and feed the growing demand from investors for responsible products and services.
Refinements to the regulatory framework are needed before banks can make widespread use of securitization by European banks.
Current rules fall short of providing a clear framework for a single European market for fintech companies.
The European Courts have handed down first judgments on supervisory measures taken by the ECB, highlighting important issues regarding the application of the law.
The latest consultation paper from ESMA raises some important questions about the market abuse regulation (MAR) but lacks detail in some crucial areas.
As technology reshapes the banking industry, regulators are rising to the challenge.
Since the 2008 financial crisis, a non-US bank seeking to establish or maintain a US presence has been required to comply with a set of stringent regulatory requirements, but a recently adopted rule (Final Rule) limits their application.