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Financial services commissioner says there will be no ‘sudden twists and turns’ over licence
Banks and investors have warned over impact of ‘buy-in’ regime for trade slip-ups
A negotiation that largely ignored financial services has given way to an unhappy stalemate
Banks and asset managers warn of ‘major’ market disruption when licence expires next year
Systemic problems around the use of collateral in trading remain
Glitch in key part of market infrastructure caused central bank to push back bond sale
Exchanges chase data deals; London claws back losses to Amsterdam; taking trading tech into new markets
Cost of trading derivatives likely to be critical factor if current arrangement expires
Regulation of swaps used by Bill Hwang was pushed back once again by Covid
It’s easy to be profitable if your real unique selling point is being a beneficiary of regulatory arbitrage.
Instinet and Credit Suisse skip main US clearing house and settle deals on digital ledger
Transfer to Brussels of securities deposits follows shift of share trading away from UK
Former BoE deputy governor Paul Tucker urges greater scrutiny of clearers and brokers
Andrew Bailey says tensions will escalate if banks are forced to cut ties with City
DTCC sets out plan to cut settlement times to one day after calls from brokerage Robinhood
Joanna Coles and Jonathan Ledecky prepare $4.7bn NYSE launch of Apex Clearing via special-purpose vehicle
€1bn-a-day market is latest to move away from UK in wake of Brexit
Capital infusion comes as day trading surge sharply boosts broker’s clearing requirements
Day-traders putting the squeeze on hedge funders speaks to the economic, political and cultural moment
Volatility prompts firms with crucial settlement role to increase collateral demands
Investors underestimate the pandemic-induced risk of conflict and imposition of capital controls
Swedish regulators issue $36m penalty after investigation uncovered ‘serious deficiencies’
LSE and Deutsche Börse’s reported rises in ETF turnover of 50% or more far outstrip broader market
Putting all trading and repo transactions through a central clearing house could protect the global financial system
From the return of M&A by bullish exchange owners, the prospects for the Hong Kong financial hub and new US contenders, to FX data price wars and post-Brexit wrangles over regulation, clearing and ETFs