Now, among many other emotions, they are angry. They are asking why, out of all the hundreds of currencies traders in the City of London, they were picked out for a criminal trial. The traders and their lawyers struggle to understand how the long arm of US law can justify trying them away from home based on “hypothetical” victims and the testimony of a single former friend that failed to withstand scrutiny at trial.
The FX industry is advancing how it deals with certain issues, but the pipeline of areas in need of clarification and further debate shows little sign of slowing down. Two areas of concern are how
The last week has
Citigroup and JP Morgan will pay $182.5 million to settle US investor litigation claiming they violated antitrust law by conspiring with other banks to rig a key European interest rate benchmark.
Investment banks have made a nice little money-spinner out of a once broken trading strategy: The repo. But now that the secret is out, it risks losing its force.
While the future of the bull market remains top of mind for most, we find the impact of market volatility on e-trading much more fascinating to explore.
Financial firms with a data or technology ‘vendor’ arm developed in house are finding that separation can benefit both business lines.
The Financial Stability Board has published its
The vast bulk of euro-denominated derivatives clearing – around 70 percent – takes place in London.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a further consultation on its approach to the UK’s exit from the EU. The paper sets out additional proposals to prepare for the possibility the UK leaves the European Union on 29 March 2019 without an implementation period.
- Hard Brexit: The Impact For US CFTC-Registered Entities – Markets Media
- FCA to Supervise UK Trade Repositories after Brexit – Global Investor (subscription)
As banks prepare tomove away from the scandal-tainted London interbank offered rate, few in the city of London will be watching more closely than William Porter.
Bitcoin extended its falls on Monday to $3,843, down more than five percent from the day’s highs onrenewed selling in cryptocurrencies.
- ‘I Need a Selling Season’ – Bitcoin Falls Below $4,000 – Financial Times (subscription)
- Bitcoin Falls Further Below $4,000; Crypto Continues Plunge – Bloomberg
Mike Novogratz, ex-Goldman Sachs partner and founder of Galaxy Digital, has said that he expects cryptocurrency to “flip next year”.
As the price of the controversial cryptocurrency Bitcoin plunges, new figures show that the City watchdog is stepping up its investigations into the murky sector.
It is something of an attention-grabber when someone who builds solutions on distributed ledger technology says, “We are not a blockchain company”,
Saxo Bank has announced the appointment of Thomas Hovard to the position as COO of global distribution and client services, effective from 4 February 2019. He will report directly to Damian Bunce, chief commercial officer.
The UK’s anti-trust regulator has confirmed that it is investigating Nasdaq’s recent bid to acquire Swedish exchange and clearing technology provider Cinnober.
Fund managers question whether sterling will plunge should MPs reject PM’s deal.
The euro advanced towards a two-week high on Monday as risk appetite picked up thanks to firmer oil
Eighteen leaders of the world’s largest economies will gather in Argentina this week to watch two heavyweights duke it out in a diplomatic ring. Heads of state and leaders from Europe, Asia
Most serious escalation in four years spooks investors.
Goldman Sachs economists have proposed some “rules of thumb” for the impact of Federal Reserve interest rate hikes on financial conditions and the US economy, which showcase the importance of policy makers’ communications.