The European Commission (EC) is reportedly considering a move to bring foreign exchange spot trading in scope of the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR). As part of a regulatory review, the EC has asked ESMA to consult with the industry on whether FX spot transactions should fall under the three-year old market abuse rules. The consultation, which includes other proposed changes to MAR, will run until November 29, 2019, with a final report presented to the EC in early 2020.
A-Team Insight Briefs
Recorded Webinar: Privacy vs. Surveillance: Managing conflicting regulations in Germany and other privacy-sensitive jurisdictions
The EU’s MiFID II and other regulations globally have placed greater emphasis than ever on market surveillance, recording of trading communications and records-retention processes in an attempt to stamp out market abuse and boost investor confidence and protections. At the same time, the public’s attitude toward data privacy has hardened, most visibly through new regulations...
As first reported by RegTech Insight at the start of September, specialist RegTech provider Shield has officially launched a version of its flagship eComms compliance platform specifically targeting small and medium-sized businesses. With warning signs that the focus of the regulator towards smaller firms has changed, a more rigorous approach to enforcement could be on...
Now in its 3rd year, the RegTech Summit in London explores how the European financial services industry can leverage technology to drive innovation, cut costs and support regulatory change.
Welcome to A-Team Group’s best read handbook, the Regulatory Data Handbook, which is now in its seventh edition and continues to grow in terms of the number of regulations covered, the detail of each regulation and the impact that all the rules and regulations will have on data and data management at your institution. This...