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03 Jun
2016

DerivSource and JWG podcast on Brexit

  • 3rd June 2016
  • Aoife Quinn

Last week, JWG had the pleasure of taking part in a podcast to discuss the recent publication of our Brexit research paper.  Hosted by Julia Schieffer from DerivSource, the podcast, which can be found here, takes an in-depth look at some of the most pertinent issues raised in the report. The discussion focused on the Read More

31 May
2016

Mis-selling: the case for regulation and redress

This month, the House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts released its forty-first report of session 2015-16 which looks at ‘financial services mis-selling: regulation and redress’.  The Committee is tasked with ensuring value for money of public spending and generally holds the government and its civil servants to account for the delivery of public services. Read More

23 May
2016

RegRoundup 23 May: Locking down cyber-security

  • 23rd May 2016
  • Aoife Quinn

In a week which has seen cyber-risk cement itself on the agendas of regulators across the world, we’ve witnessed action in the trading space with plenty of developments occurring in Europe’s markets in financial instruments’ overhaul, as well as a concerted effort to rethink the way in which regulations and regulators work in the financial services industry. Read More

11 May
2016

RegTech and change management at the heart of the Brexit debate

  • 11th May 2016
  • Aoife Quinn

With 23 June just around the corner and a vote deciding the future of the UK in the EU on the horizon, we at JWG have issued a ground-breaking report today – Brexit: changing out the engine of finance. The report finds significant technical and leadership challenges ahead in the event of a decision to Read More

21 Apr
2016

Regulatory burnout and Brexit

A vote in favour of Brexit in the UK will have huge repercussions for the financial services sector. The issues of political sovereignty, economic benefits, market upheaval or immigration aside, the consequences for the people within financial services will be huge. Whether it is their job or how they are supervised, Brexit will require a Read More

05 Apr
2016

How to make RegTech Real: Four Policy Initiatives and Recommendations

  • 5th April 2016
  • Adedayo Banwo

JWG’s recent series on the emerging regulatory barriers and issues in FinTech, does an excellent job of setting forth the main issues for what is sure to be a busy few years of calibration for regulatory compliance and reporting. The emergence of RegTech, roughly the ways in which the adoption of new technologies can help Read More

05 Apr
2016

Full steam ahead for the LEI

  • 5th April 2016
  • Mark Robinson

The Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) has come some way since its formal establishment in November 2011.  10 March marked a new date for going forward, when a report by the LEI Regulatory Oversight Committee (LEI ROC) set out their policy design for the phase 1 collection of level 2 relationship data for the Global Legal Read More

04 Apr
2016
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RegRoundup 4 April: the pursuit of clarity

In the post-Easter week, regulators were busy shining a spotlight on remuneration practices in the industry.  We saw the EBA releasing a report looking at the high earners in EU banks and ESMA focusing on sound remuneration policies under the UCITS Directive and AIFMD. The FSB also met in Tokyo to discuss their priorities for Read More

03 Mar
2016
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On your marks for the Benchmarks Regulation

On 15 February, ESMA released a discussion paper with the purpose of consulting stakeholder opinions on the technical implementation of the incoming Benchmarks Regulation.  This regulatory process was initiated on 18 September 2013 at an EU level when the Commission published a legislative proposal for a new regulation on benchmarks, which falls in line with Read More

01 Mar
2016

ESMA reveals supervisory plans for 2016 – part 2

  • 1st March 2016
  • Aisha Dudhia

Continuing on from part 1, where we discussed the European regulator’s priorities for Credit Rating Agencies (CRAs) and Trade Repositories (TRs) for 2016, we now look at the nature and focus of the work the regulator plans to carry out this year to promote supervisory convergence. In October 2015, the European Securities and Markets Authority Read More