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  • Sunday, May 26, 2024

Citi asserts control over any data tied to bilateral client trades

The European credit trading team at Citi has, according to several large asset managers, told buy-side clients the bank owns any data relating to bilateral bond trades ...

FCA to investigate barriers for buy side to access data

The UK’s market regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will launch two market studies and gather further information to investigate access to wholesale data. ...

BlueCrest hit by £40m fine by FCA

Fund manager BlueCrest has been fined just over £40 million by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for inadequate disclosures to investors, regarding its ...

Credit Suisse and VTB fined millions by UK, US and Swiss authorities over Mozambican bonds

Credit Suisse Group AG has agreed to pay nearly US$475 million to Swiss, UK and US authorities, including nearly $100 million to the US Securities and Exchange ...

European Women in Finance: Isabelle Girolami - A fresh attitude to risk

Isabelle Girolami has been CEO of LCH Ltd. since 1 November 2019. She has since had to deal with a global pandemic requiring employees to work from home, the debate over ...

IHS Markit publishing new CRITR US dollar funding rate

Julien Rey, executive director and head of the LIBOR Transition Program at IHS Markit.

Traders note FCA ‘rebundling’ exposes misunderstanding of bond market

The UK market regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has released a consultation paper (CP) on existing MiFID II rules, which includes a proposed scrapping of ...

Market data costs in spotlight under new FCA review

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued a call for input (CFI) to better understand how data and advanced analytics are being accessed and used in the ...

FCA says HFT firms exacerbate and profit from flash crashes

A paper published by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has said that high-frequency trading (HFT) firms and agency traders exacerbate flash crashes in the equity ...

Asset managers ‘not investment firms’ under MiFID II?

By Flora McFarlane & Dan Barnes. Several European investment managers have reportedly claimed that they will not be classified as investment firms under the revised ...