NYDFS Requires LIBOR Transition Plans by Early February
What businesses need to know for a strategic approach
As technology reshapes the banking industry, regulators are rising to the challenge.
How to stay ahead of the curve, minimize future costs of compliance and feed the growing demand from investors for responsible products and services.
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.
The European Courts have handed down first judgments on supervisory measures taken by the ECB, highlighting important issues regarding the application of the law.
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.
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.
The latest consultation paper from ESMA raises some important questions about the market abuse regulation (MAR) but lacks detail in some crucial areas.
Cov-lite loans can leave lenders with limited restructuring options, but creative lenders will still find ways to bring debtors to the table
Financial institutions M&A sector trends: specialty finance/marketplace lending — H1 2019 and outlook for H2 2019
Financial institutions M&A sector trends: credit cards/consumer finance — H1 2019 and outlook for H2 2019
Financial institutions M&A sector trends: brokers/trading service providers — H1 2019 and outlook for H2 2019
Financial institutions M&A sector trends: stock exchanges/clearing houses — H1 2019 and outlook for H2 2019
Financial institutions M&A sector trends: banks — H1 2019 and outlook for H2 2019
Financial institutions M&A sector trends: fintech — H1 2019 and outlook for H2 2019
The Banking Reform Package marks a milestone in the new EU regulatory landscape.
New guidelines reflect the rise of outsourcing by financial institutions in a new era of disintermediation and technological change.
Within a decade, the UK's peer-to-peer (P2P) financial services sector has moved from an offbeat outsider to an increasingly significant and permanent player in loan and equity markets.
There is no silver bullet for maintaining cross-border trading if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
The impact of crypto-assets on the global financial system continues to be a subject of debate for regulatory and supervisory authorities.