The market is adapting to regulators pushing to separate the costs of trading and research
Bill Street, SSGA’s head of EMEA investing, helps clients navigate low rates, negative yields and market volatility.
At issue is closing prices in the event of a prolonged outage.
Regulation is changing the global foreign exchange market in profound and lasting ways.
Only 23% of corporate treasurers have put hedges in place to protect against market volatility if the UK votes to leave the EU
The Consolidated Audit Trail is still a ways off.
MiFID II, new rules covering European financial markets from 2018, have caused a jump in demand for compliance technology
Asset manager Pimco selects automated compliance tools from Markit.
To reduce risk, regulators are going after Wall Street’s favorite tool.
CCP regulations should be internationally harmonized to avoid long equivalence discussions
The removal of protection for some trading venues spells complexity for Canadian market participants.
T2S shows that existing regulators and infrastructures can innovate
One exchange is now going to be able to police its own marketplace independent of market regulators.
Move may bolster client confidence, according to one observer.
Hermes Investment Management warned that a vote for the UK to leave the European Union could mean that some UK-based asset managers relocate parts of their business elsewhere.
Compression volumes for OTC interest rate derivatives continue to grow
The IEX 350-ms delay may not protect displayed, priced orders.
The goal is to harmonize securities settlement in Europe.
Up for discussion: markets, the economy, politics and more.
Niall Bohan, overseeing the European Commission’s planned Capital Markets Union, said asset managers will benefit most from the initiative but the sector need to provide…