Compliance

Although views differ on the details of how the equities tape should be developed, low consumer costs and a robust revenue distribution model are widely seen as crucial
With a federal legacy law due shortly, US market participants struggle to explain why some states have decided to go at it alone
As the FCA’s revised approach to Mifid II unbundling comes into effect, firms focus on timing issues, EU-UK divergence and the definition of exemption rules for FICC instruments
Market participants mull the impact of the end of the transitional relief for onshoring post-Brexit changes in UK regulation
The association cautions against further restrictions on SIs, the reimposition of a concentration rule, the calibration of the fixed income transparency regime, and the lack of pre-trade data in the consolidated tape
With a fresh consultation on how to increase Europe’s appeal for clearing just published, the countdown to the end of equivalence in 2025 has begun, and meaningful change is needed
The extension of clearing equivalence for UK CCPs until June 2025 has been welcomed by many, but others have criticised the Commission’s lack of long-term measures
MICA, DORA and the new anti-money laundering package are nearing completion, but long-term files such as Basel, Solvency or the Capital Markets Union will likely see limited progress over the next few months
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