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Regulators in the country are beginning to issue crypto licences, but the multi-jurisdictional regulatory environment is creating complexities
Research for IFLR1000 is now open for submissions
Robert McAdie, Christophe Delafontaine and Gabriel Tissot discuss the impact of the Covid, inflation, pension fund, and energy crises and how well the global regulatory system is holding up in a time of stress
US regulatory agencies are widely expected to stick to their agendas but will be subject to closer scrutiny under a Republican-dominated House
Commingling of accounts and cross-border nature of the bankrupt crypto exchange highlight complexities lying ahead
While the number of insolvencies dropped after the removal of temporary restructuring and insolvency support measures, this trend has now reversed
The bill will give more power to law enforcement agencies but sources expressed worries around the seizure of cryptoassets
Expected this month, the Ethereum blockchain upgrade has been singled out for its complexity and wide-ranging implications
The two remaining Conservative candidates, Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak, have both made post-Brexit regulatory divergence a focal point of their campaigns
The proposals are expected to require stablecoin issuers to hold stable reserves such as cash or US treasury bonds to fully reinforce issued cryptoassets
The FCA’s Nikhil Rathi and the NY Fed’s John Williams reflected on transition efforts and outlined outstanding challenges, expressing confidence on USD Libor progress
The change should put Europe in line with recent developments in the UK on corresponding anti-money laundering regulation
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IFLR’s latest primer takes a look at the first comprehensive crypto regulation in Europe
IFLR’s latest explainer looks at the FCA’s new Consumer Duty and the challenges for firms looking to implement the requirements
Following Boris Johnson’s resignation along with key cabinet members, market participants expect delays to the agenda but no major policy changes
Our latest explainer looks at the innovation in international banking regulation and how it has evolved since its initial introduction
As the dust begins to settle on the economic upheaval the sanctions have caused, IFLR unpicks their implications and ponders the long-term consequences for financial services
IFLR's latest explainer looks at the complexities of one of Mifid II’s most controversial concepts as well as its future in a post-Brexit trading landscape
In our latest explainer, we take a closer look at the new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive, which replaces the Non-Financial Reporting Directive
This edition of IFLR’s free-to-read primer series looks at the Act, the history of the anti-money laundering framework, updates to expand it, enforcement trends, and possible changes
The latest edition of IFLR’s free-to-read explainer series addresses the key changes outlined in the EU’s anti-money laundering and combatting the financing of terrorism consultation
The latest edition of IFLR’s free-to-read explainer series addresses the key changes outlined in the EU’s anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism action plan
The Americas awards research has now begun, with winners to be announced in New York in May 2023
The FCA is probing into potential competition and financial stability risks
UN officials and stakeholders have called for reforms to the global regulatory and financial system to increase green capital flows for developing countries
Paul Marquardt, Gabriel Rosenberg and Will Schisa of Davis Polk explore sanctions compliance challenges and best practices in the digital assets space