I report on regulation for Risk.net and have covered rules covering market practice, capital, liquidity and high-quality securitisations. To name a few, at the moment I am covering news stories on non-modellable risk factors under the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book; the second Markets in ...
Compliance burden jeopardises EU securitisation revival - Risk.net
Fading from view: euro-denominated fixed-value MMFs could disappear by the end of 2018 European corporate treasurers are likely to lose access to one of the main homes for their cash – euro-denominated fixed-value money market funds – as these look set to disappear by the end of the year, at least temporarily.
Dramatic increase: multilateral trading facilities experience a surge in volumes New European market rules have triggered a surge in trading volumes of exchange-traded funds on platforms, but ETF market-makers believe this sudden dominance will be short-lived. Two dealers who spoke to Risk.net say venues allowing firms to request quotes from multiple dealers, known as request-for-quote platforms, have all witnessed a “dramatic” increase in volumes.
High-profile hacks have made cyber security a growing focus for the financial industry, with the likes of Bangladesh Bank, Equifax and Tesco Bank falling foul of criminals. A new piece of European legislation is now threatening to add to the risk of a breach by requiring firms to hold and exchange vast amounts of personal data on individual traders and clients. “People don’t necessarily want to share that private information,” says Vikas Srivastava, chief revenue officer at foreign exchange pla
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Selecting a term
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