Reaction from UK finance as Theresa May fails to get her Brexit deal across the line at the second attempt.
- Brussels Takes Hard Line After Second UK Defeat for Brexit Deal – Financial Times
- UK Watchdog Prepares ‘War Room’ Over Brexit Weekend in the Event of No Deal – S&P Global Market Intelligence
FIA President and CEO Walt Lukken has released a white paper that expresses FIA’s concerns about increased fragmentation of the global listed and cleared derivatives markets due to inconsistent and duplicative regulatory frameworks.
From free flights to German school places, here is all we know about how 3,000 London bankers are being tempted to the continent
Since the financial crisis, central counterparties (CCPs) have grown in size and systemic importance and may now require a different structure, according to a study by regulators and an industry contributor. Their proposal is to split CCPs into separately-owned and funded entities providing different services.
Trading ties between London-based banks and some of their European clients will be severed – temporarily, at least – in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Several banks are unlikely to obtain the licence approvals and contractual sign-offs necessary to continue trading with European clients by March 29, and could be placed on no-trade lists from the following Monday.
The use of periodic auctions and conditional order types are helping senior buy-side traders navigate liquidity post-MiFID II more than any other technique or strategy, according to WBR Insights.
US President Donald Trump’s trade chief has warned that negotiations to end the tariff war with China were at risk of failing, saying “major, major issues” needed to be resolved before an agreement was reached, and he could not “predict success at this point”.
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The US Securities and Exchange Commission is going on tour in hopes of meeting with crypto entrepreneurs who otherwise might not engage with the regulator.
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In his letter to US Rep. Ted Budd, US SEC Chairman Jay Clayton agreed with Division of Corporate Finance Director Bill Hinman’s framework to assess what digital assets are securities. According to Clayton, the distinction depends on the character of the offering and not the terminology used to describe it.
CME Group has been handed regulatory approval by authorities in the Netherlands to establish a legal entity in Amsterdam ahead of Brexit.
Michael Piwowar will work closely with the CEO at GTS and provide the business with legislative and regulatory advice.
Matthew Scott of AllianceBernstein discusses the high-tech transformation of the trading process.
Chief Financial Officer Mark Mason also said that first quarter revenue from fixed-income and equity trading looks like it will be down by percentages in the “high single-digits” from a year earlier.
As the whispering about the potential merger between Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank intensifies, rumbles are coming out of Deutsche Bank’s fixed income division.
The Australian dollar skidded lower on Wednesday after a local consumer confidence gauge triggered fresh concerns about a slowing economy.
Hong Kong’s de facto central bank intervened to defend the local currency’s peg against the dollar for the second time in days.
Investors continue to underestimate the risk of a hard Brexit that could push the pound even lower, according to an artificial intelligence-driven hedge fund run by two former JP Morgan derivatives traders.