The argument for efficiencies made through advance rulings by the Takeovers Panel and the ousting of the courts by the panel will not outweigh current system’s benefits
Prince Charles’s public address today reiterated the need to tackle dirty money in the British capital, with two bills set to be expedited in the coming months
The industry has hit back against the proposal to include crypto in the Financial Promotions Regime, highlighting its inconsistency with the government’s ambition to make London a leading crypto hub
Scrutiny on Russia’s sovereign debt and related markets has grown as the threat of missed coupon payments lingers
The wider political context of the war in Ukraine has accelerated, and potentially toughened up measures to control the origin of investments in the UK that had been in the works for years
Key concerns include the increasing interaction between traditional financial transactions and crypto, and public confidence in the markets
Spain, Singapore, and the UK all published plans this week to strengthen cryptoasset regulation and enforcement
Recent IT outages in banks have highlighted the importance of strengthening operational resilience for financial market players, but proposed new rules are yet to come into force


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