Regulation news

ISLA: Liquidity objectives of CMU face obstacles
24 March 2017 | London | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
EU legislators should open up UCITS fund securities lending and pay closer attention to the lending of government bonds to meet its liquidity targets when developing the capital markets union
EU market participants too busy for CMU
20 March 2017 | Brussels | Reporter: Drew Nicol
EU financial market participants are too bogged down in regulatory implementation to make the most of capital market opportunities, according to a BNY Mellon regional chief
Asia may have to stay another day
09 March 2017 | Seoul | Reporter: Drew Nicol
Beneficial owners across Asia must come to terms with stay protocols in the near future if they want to do business in foreign markets
Short selling under threat in South Korea
08 March 2017 | Seoul | Reporter: Drew Nicol
Future of Basel IV in jeopardy from Trump
07 March 2017 | Seoul | Reporter: Drew Nicol
Hong Kong’s reporting proposal is ‘disproportionate’
07 March 2017 | Hong Kong | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Malaysia loosens the reins on its sec lending market
28 February 2017 | Kuala Lumpur | Reporter: Drew Nicol
LSEG-Deutsche Börse merger hits new roadblock
27 February 2017 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
EU watchdogs lay down the law on VM deadline
24 February 2017 | Brussels | Reporter: Drew Nicol
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DB: No light at end of the tunnel for EU repo
23 February 2017 | Frankfurt | Reporter: Drew Nicol
OFR: Margin requirements must rise to avoid amplifying market shocks
22 February 2017 | London | Reporter: Drew Nicol
India offers fee savings boost to lending
16 February 2017 | New Delhi | Reporter: Drew Nicol
Taiwan overhauls lending rulebook
13 February 2017 | Taipei | Reporter: Drew Nicol
South Korea confirms fresh short selling rule deadline
10 February 2017 | Seoul | Reporter: Drew Nicol
WFE calls for CCP control over recovery plans
08 February 2017 | Paris | Reporter: Drew Nicol
Brexit whitepaper hints at ‘third-country’ status
02 February 2017 | London | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
IMN: Eat, sleep, balance, repeat
01 February 2017 | Florida | Reporter: Drew Nicol
IMN: US regulation here to stay
01 February 2017 | Florida | Reporter: Drew Nicol
FSB targets collateral rehypothecation and reuse
30 January 2017 | Basel | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
GFF: ECB urges calm
26 January 2017 | Luxembourg | Reporter: Drew Nicol
Dutch regulator admits short notification error
26 January 2017 | Amsterdam | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
GFF: 11th-hour EMIR respite highly likely
25 January 2017 | Luxembourg | Reporter: Drew Nicol
NSD to launch OTC repo collateral service
24 January 2017 | Moscow | Reporter: Drew Nicol
SDR takes dim view of sec lending
24 January 2017 | Brussels | Reporter: Drew Nicol
US and Hong Kong augment data sharing deal
20 January 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Drew Nicol
Australia doubles down (under) on reporting
17 January 2017 | Perth | Reporter: Drew Nicol
ITG fined for sec lending violations
16 January 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Drew Nicol
FSB issues final sec lending recommendations
13 January 2017 | Basel | Reporter: Drew Nicol
Hong Kong trader spared jail for shorting violation
09 January 2017 | Hong Kong | Reporter: Drew Nicol
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Tred McIntire, formerly head of Goldman Sachs Agency Lending and a member of the RMA executive committee, gives his thoughts on how Donald Trump’s presidency will come to bear on regulation of financial services
Efficient collateral management can be an untapped well of significant savings in a number of areas, according to Phil Morgan of Pirum
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It should be clear that standing still is not an option, as Ross Bowman, who works in securities finance business development at BNP Paribas Securities Services, explains
BNY Mellon explains how peer-to-peer trading is transforming securities finance
Fresh opportunities are arising and perceptions are changing for securities lending in Australia, as Dane Fannin and Mark Snowdon of Northern Trust explain
eSecLending’s Simon Lee explains how tweaking your collateral parameters can significantly improve your securities lending revenue
The industry turned its focus to South Korea as participants came together in Seoul for the PASLA/RMA Conference on Asian Securities Lending
The IMN’s Beneficial Owners’ International Securities Finance & Collateral Management Conference in Florida saw many lenders shut down agents’ calls for the terms of their strategies to be revised. Drew Nicol reports
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Being an exciting emerging market is all well and good, but how long can that status really apply before interest wanes? India is doing its best not to find out
Hugh Leonard, director of repo sales at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, explains how the Australian market has excelled in recent years
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Securities lending is in a strong place in Australia. Dane Fannin, head of capital markets in the Asia Pacific at Northern Trust, explains the available opportunities
Federico Ortega Gilly of Mexico’s Nacional Financiera explains why his country’s securities lending market is ripe for foreign investment
Russia’s National Settlement Depository has had a busy year making its securities finance market more robust and attractive to outside investors. The CSD’s Alina Akchurina explains the innovations being implemented
South Africa’s securities lending industry is on the verge of embracing a modern T+3 settlement cycle that could boost the country’s market
Experts on Canada’s securities lending industry discuss the market’s qualities compared to others, finding it to be a strong source of HQLAs
A difficult end to 2015 has not deterred securities borrowers and lenders in Asia, where certain markets enjoyed significant growth and offered new opportunities
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