Companies, governments and market participants must work together to create global standards on climate-related data reporting, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s chief has urged. In a webinar hosted by the Principles for Responsible Investment and the London Stock Exchange Group, SEC Commissioner Allison Herren Lee said “we must seek ways to collaborate across jurisdictional boundaries to promote consistency in climate-related disclosure”. This was vital to ensure investors made the right decisions to help solve the climate crisis.
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SEC chief urges collaboration on reporting standards
Market surveillance is crucial, and in many cases a regulatory requirement, to ensuring orderly securities markets and sustaining confidence in trading. It can be breached and has become increasingly complex in the wake of the Covid pandemic, Brexit, and the emergence of new asset classes. This webinar will review the extent of market abuse in...
Don’t miss the latest edition of A-Team Group’s Regulatory Data Handbook, a publication dedicated to helping you gain a full understanding of regulations related to your organisation from the details of requirements to best practice implementation. The 2021/2022 handbook covers more than 40 regulations, providing you with a detailed description of each regulation including its...
Now in its 7th year, the RegTech Summit in London will bring together the RegTech ecosystem to explore how the European capital markets financial industry can leverage technology to drive innovation, cut costs and support regulatory change.
In these unprecedented times, a carefully crafted trading infrastructure is crucial for capital markets participants. Yet, the impact of trading regulations on infrastructure can be difficult to manage. The Trading Regulations Handbook 2021 can help. It provides all the essentials you need to know about regulations impacting trading operations, data and technology. A-Team Group’s Trading...