Lizzie joined IFLR in 2015 as EMEA reporter, leaving in 2020 to join the New Statesman. Lizzie covers all areas, but her main interest is financial regulation, particularly Mifid II and benchmark reform.
July 11 2016
Brexit will have a profound effect on the framework governing the city and its banks. From clearing restrictions to passporting workarounds; data protection to new risk factors.
A UK no longer subject to the European Insolvency Regulation would struggle to have its own proceedings recognised in other member states
July 06 2016
Britain’s ECJ victory over the ECB last year may be short-lived as post-referendum comments suggest a policy swing towards the eurozone
June 30 2016
Member of European Parliament Markus Ferber said that in voting to leave the EU, the UK has voted to leave the single market too – and must accept the consequences...
June 28 2016
The Commission’s recent review of a joint venture involving a Chinese SOE with no presence in the EU shows the regulator won’t take independence arguments at face value
June 20 2016
The proposed regulation, aimed at breaking the doom loop between banks and their governments, faces a long road ahead
June 14 2016
The country's first ever local currency denominated sovereign debt outside of greater China is a vote of confidence in the capital as RMB hub of the west
June 09 2016
The UK would most likely pursue an equivalent regime. But the interim period could see British managers reliant on NPPRs, which differ wildly between member states
June 08 2016
The state has, for now, opted for a eurobond instead. More work is to be done to align accounting and auditing standards between the two countries
June 03 2016
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